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 Terminal at 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.
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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 (SGD 40, PHP 1422) for single-day tickets and USD 47 (SGD 64, PHP 2275) for package tickets, while the latter is priced at USD 35 (SGD 48, PHP 1706)and USD 58 (SGD 80, PHP 2845).
For more online ticket details, visit Outlook Events' official website.