A Los Angeles BTS superfan who has been working for months, sweeping porches to earn enough to afford a ticket to see the K-pop boy band, enjoyed an all-access pass Wednesday night when the band performed at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood.
Harrison Cancilla, a 14-year-old who NBCLA previously reported on after he started a GoFundMe to help raise money for the show, worked hard in a quest to see the South Korean super group in one of their first shows in the Los Angeles area. He was surprised last month with an all-access pass.
Video from the performance show Harrison, who lives with Down syndrome, taking in the performance.
The South Korean mega-superstars are a daily obsession for the Newbury Park teen, who's gotten so good at imitating their complicated dance moves that he even does them while sitting in the car.
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"He wakes up in the morning and the first thing he does is begin dancing," Warren Cancilla, his adoptive father, said.
BTS is appearing at SoFi Stadium for a four-show run. When he was presented with the all-access pass at the stadium last month, Harrison received a gigantic ticket designating him as SoFi's "one millionth" admission.
"He'll be in a suite, parking, gift bag, and there are some other goodies for him," Matt Kittle of SoFi Stadium said.