CJ ENM has virtually reinvented the world’s largest annual K-Pop concert and convention. When will KCON return? Fans were told to save the dates March 20-28 for a full week of live performances and meet-and-greets. Across the web, several famed K-Pop artists will keep the program alive by actively engaging with their audience. Newcomers are in for a treat and returners can expect some new surprises.
‘We have prepared diverse content in order to recreate the offline experience. We will continue to work for the spread of global K-pop that transverses time and space,’
KCON hinted at the use of their trademarked high-technology from last year’s virtual concert, helping to bring the online experience to life. Offline programs like KCON USA and KCON Japan will host a live virtual event as well, with local influencer workshops and meet-and-greets.
KCON:TACT programs will also offer different time zones and languages to create unity among fans across the globe. The grand opening theme for the stages will be focused on taking audience members on a “world tour.”
Fan favorite collaboration stages, popular stages and spin-off shows will make an appearance to the upcoming lineups.
Since 2012, KCON has naturally developed a following of more than 1.1 million people at their events. With a following of more than 8.45 million, KCON:TACT has attracted a larger fan base virtually.
KCON:TACT 3, the largest interactive K-Pop event of the year, will host the premiere of the convert and convention in March 2021.
KCON:TACT will be streamed in countries around the world to fans with a YouTube membership.