By Franchesca Judine Basbas | October 29th 2020
As part of Korea Music Festival‘s 4th edition, the concert series is holding a Drive-in Festival.
Slated to take place this weekend, the Korea Music Drive-In Festival is a grand concert celebration featuring over 30 musical acts. This is a rare chance for local K-pop fans to see their idols in-person after the onslaught of concert and tour cancellations this year.
The festival will happen between 31 October and 1 November at the Incheon International Ferry Terminalat 6PM (KR Standard Time). For fans outside of Korea, the festival will also be livestreamed starting at 2PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 3PM (Standard Time) via Outlook Events.
The festival will feature an array of Korean musical acts, spanning from K-pop to trot. Fans cans expect to see performances from NCT U, PENTAGON, MOMOLAND, ATEEZ, Park Jae-Jung, Jungyup, Cherry Bullet, (G)-IDLE, CLC, Astro, and many more.
Korean Music Drive-In Festival is the latest in socially distanced concerts around the world, following Bangkok’s Tuk Tuk drive-in festival in August and the UK’s Sam Fender’s socially distanced show earlier this year.
To watch the festival, fans can opt between two streaming quality options – 720p and 1080p, the former priced at USD 29 for single-day tickets and USD 47 for package tickets, while the latter is priced at USD 35 and USD 58.
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For more online ticket details, visit Outlook Events’ official website.