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Get Ready for KCON LA 2023 on August 18-20

KCONers, gear up for another annual KCON LA, starting August 18th and lasting until the 20th.

KCON LA 2023

The largest celebration of Korean culture is back again. KCON LA is ready for its 11th year of festivities, food, music, beauty, and more.

Since 2012, KCON LA has attracted people from all over the country to celebrate Korean culture. The festival holds a convention with stands ranging from K-pop merchandise to K-beauty products to K-food for sampling and buying. It holds exclusive K-pop concerts with both well-known artists and up-and-comers. The festival also has idol-fan interactions, such as meet and greets, sendoffs, a red carpet, and more.

This year’s KCON LA starts on August 18th. Convention happenings and performances are being held at the LA Convention Center and the Arena. The last day of the festival is August 20th, making KCON LA a three-day event.

Ticket information for the festival can be found here. Tickets available left to purchase can be found here. Be sure to grab your ticket before they’re all gone.

The Lineup

This year’s lineup for KCON LA 2023 is as star-studded and impressive as every year, if not more.

  • Friday, Aug. 18th
    • IVE
    • NMIXX
    • TAEMIN
    • WayV
  • Saturday, Aug. 19th
    • ATEEZ
    • INI
    • Kep1er
    • RAIN
    • xikers
  • Sunday, Aug. 20th
    • (G)I-DLE
    • ITZY
    • JO1
    • Lapillus
    • Stray Kids
    • THE BOYZ
    • ATEEZ

There are some new acts to the KCON world: artists who are making 2023’s festival their KCON debut. These artists are K-pop legend TAEMIN, TikTok trending artist FIFTY FIFTY, NCT rapper and dancer TAEYONG, and NCT Chinese sub-unit WayV.

Fans always enjoy the performances, regardless of whether they were lucky enough to see them in person, or watched them online.

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