After a long three-year hiatus, KCON returned to the Crypto.com Arena with K-Pop’s biggest acts and rising names to celebrate its tenth anniversary. ATEEZ, ENHYPEN, INI, Kep1er, LIGHTSUM, Stray Kids, JO1, LOONA, NCT DREAM, NMIXX, P1Harmony, STAYC, The Boyz, TO1, and WJSN delivered two unforgettable nights of performances.
Event recaps of concerts and other coverage by the Kpop Concerts team!
88rising and Goldenvoice’s Head In The Clouds Music & Arts Festival made its biggest return yet with a two-day school-themed celebration of Asian American music and culture that delivered a star-studded lineup where K-Pop and Korean artists were in full attendance.
With a majority of her popularity gained during lockdown, Park Chaeryung, better known as CAMO, takes her very first venture into the live tour experience. Consisting of six back-to-backstops across the U.S. and Canada, her North American Wifey Tour hits the ground running with her very first show at 1720 in Los Angeles, Calif.
The 2022 MIK Festival featured various performers, groups, soloists, and collaboration projects for Hip-Hop Day. pH-1, DOK2, Jessi, Epik High, LeeHi, AOMG, Gray, and Jay Park dominated London.
The MIK Festival took place on July 30 and 31 with some of the biggest K-Pop and K-hip-hop names gracing Southwark Park in London.
In their debut U.S. appearance, Brave Girls took to the stage of Masquerade Heaven in Atlanta. The tour stop marks the group’s debut appearance in the United States, and members Minyoung, Yujeong, Eunji, and Yuna have been eagerly preparing to finally meet their Fearless fans.