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BTS, Miley Cyrus and More: Who's the First Act You Want to See Once Concerts Are Back On? Vote!

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Peter Ash Lee

BTS photographed on Jan. 19, 2018 at Korea House in Seoul.

Cabin fever has music fans missing live concerts, which have been canceled all around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic. But once they resume, whose gig are you headed to first?

Before launching her Bright Minded Instagram Live series to brighten everyone's day at home, Miley Cyrus was prepared to hit many different stages, including the World Tour Brushfire Relief concert in Melbourne, Australia earlier this month, BottleRock Napa Valley in Napa, Calif. in late May, and Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. in mid-June.

But she canceled that first gig, plus BottleRock announced it is being postponed until early October, and Bonnaroo has also been pushed back to late September.

BTS also canceled several homecoming shows in South Korea to kick off the K-pop boy band's Map of the Soul world tour.

Coachella and Stagecoach in Indio, Calif. were both rescheduled to later in October, as Frank OceanTravis Scott and Rage Against the Machine were set to headline Coachella and Carrie UnderwoodThomas Rhett and Eric Church were ready to do the honors at Stagecoach. But Goldenvoice has yet to confirm if both original lineups will remain.

So who's the first act you want to see once everyone is back on the road? Vote below!


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