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KCON 2020 Japan Reveals Its First Lineup & Ticket Selling Details

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Are you ready, K-pop fans? KCON 2020 Japan has revealed its star-studded lineup for this year.

KCON 2020 Japan has announced its first set of lineup and K-pop fans are getting all hyped. South Korea’s biggest artists are set to participate in this year’s K-Culture convention. The three-day event will be held on April 3-5 at Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall.

KCON 2020 JAPAN Lineup

On the first day (April 3), the A-listers for the M Countdown and Meet & Greet are ASTRO, Oh My Girl, and SF9. The groups will definitely bring an outstanding opening for this year’s KCON.

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In addition, Everglow, Pentagon, and The Boyz will continue to give more exciting performances on the second day, April 4 (Saturday). However, Everglow will not be participating in the Meet & Greet for this day.

Lastly, Loona, Oneus, and Tomorrow X Together will be wrapping up the weekend with their showcases on April 5 (Sunday). Oneus and Tomorrow X Together will be participating in the Meet & Greet activities for this day.

TICKETING SALES

Along with the announcement of the lineup, the start of ticket selling was announced. There are two types of tickets to choose from – Concert tickets and Meet & Greet passes. All types of tickets includes convention access.

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A 3-Day concert ticket costs 31,950 JPY including tax fees while a 1-Day concert ticket costs 12,950 JPY with tax inclusions as well. All seats are reserved but selection of seats will be drawn by lottery.

While, Meet & Greet 1-Day Pass costs 12,950 JPY (tax included) and a Meet & Greet ticket costs 4,950 JPY (tax included). Meet & Greet ticket holders can only chose one artist on the selected day. The Meet & Greet 1-Day Pass holders can meet all the artists participating on the said event.

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Tickets for KCON 2020 Japan will go on sale starting February 13 at 10 AM, Japanese standard time, via KCON Japan’s website.


Source: KCON Japan Official Website | KCON Japan Official Twitter Page | KCON Global Official Twitter Page

Photo credit: KCON Japan

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