The music festival KCON is going to be held this September, entitled “KCON:TACT HI 5.”
On August 11, KCON announced that the fifth KCON:TACT is going to be held this September. The “KCON:TACT HI 5” will take place on September 18 to 26 (a 9-days festival)
Watch “KCON:TACT HI 5” This September
The name “KCON:TACT HI 5” was taken after the phrase “high five” to convey the joy of the fifth Korean culture music convention and festival.
As reported, “KCON:TACT HI 5” will include an AR (Augmented Reality) opening, KCON arena, music rooms, and more. In addition, they are planning to evolve its exclusive content into an O4O (Online for Offline) platform.
“We will make an effort so that K-pop artists and fans from all over the world will be able to overcome physical distance and communicate with each other. We ask for your interest and love.” KCON:TACT
How to watch “KCON:TACT HI 5”
The fifth KCON will be released exclusively through TVing in Korea. However, international fans can enjoy KCON:TACT HI 5 through KCON’s and Mnet Kpop’s YouTube channels.
“KCON:TACT HI 5” Lineup
For the fifth KCON, you can take part in the “KCON:TACT HI 5” Lineup Wishlist on their Instagram account.
UPDATED: KCON has revealed KCON:TACT HI 5 lineup artist!
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While waiting for more updates, let’s recall the memories from the previous KCON:TACT 4 U:
What is KCON?
KCON is one of the biggest music festivals to celebrate Kpop culture and entertainment. The festival includes concerts by well-known Kpop artists.
Previously, KCON was held in different countries, such as the United States, France, Australia, Mexico, Japan, Thailand, and more.
However, since the COVID-19 outbreak, KCON made the festival online, including the fifth KCON, “KCON:TACT HI 5.”
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