MAMAMOO Announces Upcoming New York Inspired Virtual Concert

K-Pop quartet MAMAMOO will take you through the hustle and bustle of New York’s Main Street in their upcoming virtual global performance presented by the livestreaming platform, LIVENow.  

Bright lights and towering skyscrapers will give Hwasa, Moonbyul, Solar and Wheein the back-drop, and platform, for a show stopping performance as they sing, rap and dance through their greatest hits over the course of their seven-year career. During the show, Moomoos (as the group’s fans are affectionately called) can also expect a candid chat as the women of MAMAMOO take you backstage to share some of their personal stories and spill tea on what life is like as MAMAMOO.

Show & Ticket Information

Image of Mamamoo courtesy of LIVENow.

LIVENow K-Pop Presents MAMAMOO will be broadcast to homes around the world on May 1 and 2 in the viewer’s respective time zone.

The show can be enjoyed across multiple platforms: the LIVENow website, iOS / Android mobile and tablet apps, Chromecast (from web and apps), and Airplay. LIVENow can also connect to TV devices such as: Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV (includes Sony, Sharp, Phillips TVs) , Hisense TV, Medion, TCL, Toshiba, Metz, Profilo, and MasterG.

Local ticket pricing to the upcoming festivities can be found on the LIVENow website. One of the greatest features of the platform is LIVENOW’s Watch Together tickets. Watch Together tickets grant show access to you and three friends and will allow you to chat, see, and hear each other while watching the concert. More information on Watch Together tickets can be found on your region’s respective ticketing page.

Show Timetable

May 1, 2021

    • MANILA @ 5PM
    • SEOUL @ 6PM
    • SYDNEY @ 8PM
    • LONDON @ 8PM
    • PARIS @ 9PM
    • MOSCOW @ 10PM

May 2, 2021

    • LA @ 6PM
    • New York + Lima @ 9PM

MAMAMOO made their triumphant comeback last November with the release of their tenth EP Travel. The EP brought us the double-title track bops “Dingga” and “Aya,” both of which peaked on global music charts such as the Gaon Digital Chart, Billboard Korea’s K-Pop 100, and Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales. The EP broke the group’s personal records by selling over 101,000 copies on the first day of its release. 

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