The online K-pop concert features big acts such as EXO-SC, Lovelyz and more.
Calling all K-pop fans, here’s another online concert you should not miss this weekend!
The 26th Dream Concert, CONNECT:D, will be streamed live worldwide on The Kpop‘s official YouTube channel and VLIVE+ from Jul 25 (Sat) to Jul 26 (Sun) at 8pm (SGT).
Fans can enjoy an immersive festival experience with segments featuring augmented reality, virtual reality, EX-3D sound and multi-cams.
The concert will cover three events. ‘Pho-Talk Carpet!’, the special red carpet for fans to see their favourite idols, and ‘Meetcha!’, where K-pop stars can connect with their fans through online fan meetings.
The main act, ‘DREAM CONCERT’, hosted by Super Junior’s Lee Teuk, X1’s Kim Yohan and Weki Meki’s Kim Doyeon, features live performances by top K-pop artists across two days.
The line-up on Jul 25 (Sat) consists of EXO-SC, Red Velvet, Irene and Seulgi, OH MY GIRL, ASTRO, South Club, Golden Child, Kim Jae Hwan, AB6IX, CIX and CRAVITY.
Meanwhile, MAMAMOO, Ha Sung Woo, Lovelyz, WJSN, Weki Meki, Jeong Sewoon, The Boyz, Stray Kids, ONEUS, ITZY and Rocket Punch will be performing on Jul 26 (Sun).
Unlike previous online kpop concerts, you will have to pay a small fee to catch these performances.
Tickets to the paid livestream for both days costs S$5.75 (₩ 4,990).
You can also catch the livestream via YouTube by signing up for the Dream Concert membership on YouTube at S$7.00 (6,070 ₩), which offers access to all three programme events and exclusive special content, such as behind the scene footage and fancams.
Alternatively, you can watch the livestream on VLIVE+ with 200 coins, or approximately S$5 (₩ 4,400). However, VLIVE+ viewers will only be able to watch the main performance.
Get your lightsticks and fanchants ready as your favourite K-pop idols return to the stage!
Head here for more details.
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