BTS Fans Camp Out Ahead of Historic Show at New York's Citi Field Stadium

ARMY have been camping out in Citi Field's parking lot for days.

Korean septet BTS will make history on Saturday night with their first-ever Stateside stadium-size concert at Citi Field, home to the New York Mets. The show marks the end of the North American leg of their Love Yourself world tour and, according to BTS' label Big Hit Entertainment, sold out in 20 minutes. The group's loyal ARMY are already ready and waiting for days.

Fans of the group been camping out in the parking lot of Citi Field all week, with the first people lining up as early as this past Monday.

Check out photos and video of the impromptu campground below:

Photo courtesy of Ady Chng
BTS fans camping outside Citifield on Oct. 5, 2018, ahead of their U.S. Stadium Debut in New York.

People reportedly attempted to camp out as early as Sept. 30 but were turned away, likely due to the Mets game that night.

Though technically against the rules of the venue, the setup has been kept orderly and clean, and Citi Field tweeted about it on Wednesday, saying that it wasn’t officially “allowing” people to do so -- but still gave the information as to which parking lot fans were camping out in. The social media account also added that, though the venue shares the excitement of the fans, it “will only start wristbanding floor tickets on Saturday at 8 a.m.”

ARMY have posted pictures on social media that show there is a numbering system in place in the campground.

Fans have been sharing moments from the site all week, such as when BTS’ V live-streamed late Thursday night and fans were heard exclaiming over the notifications on their V Live app.

Billboard’s own Kevan Kenney ended up on site Friday (Oct. 5) and took a video of the campers.