Poland is set to hold its first-ever K-pop stadium concert later this year called the 2023 K-pop Nation x Korea Music Festival.
Today (July 20), K-pop Nation announced the third line-up for the upcoming concert, featuring girl group (G)I-DLE. The quintet join the second line-up of Boys Planet group ZEROBASEONE and boyband SF9.
2023 K-pop Nation x Korea Music Festival, will be held at the PGE Narodowy Stadium in Warsaw on September 23. Tickets for the event are available now via Eventim Germany and Eventium Poland, from EURO191.50 and PLN549.00 onwards, respectively.
Our public of KPOP NATION! We’re excited to finally share with you our third line-up announcement!
— KPOP NATION (@mykpopnation) July 19, 2023
We are thrilled to share with you our second line-up announcement!
— KPOP NATION (@mykpopnation) July 12, 2023
Our public of KPOP NATION! We’re excited to share with you our first lineup announcement!
⭐️ THE BOYZ
⭐️ MAMAMOO +
Whether you are The Bs ❤️, MooMoos ❤️, Kep1ians ❤️, FIXes ❤️, or not, we want to be together in Warsaw on September 23rd! pic.twitter.com/IJspDAZn1B
— KPOP NATION (@mykpopnation) June 22, 2023
2023 K-pop Nation x Korea Music Festival was first announced on June 14 by the Korea Management Federation (KMF), which represents at least 350 Korean entertainment agencies. It will be the first K-pop stadium concert held in Poland.
“We will show the essence of an authentic K-pop concert to foreign K-pop fans,” said KMF chairman Yoo Jae-woong, per The Korea Herald. “Starting with ‘K-pop Nation,’ we want to host K-pop concerts overseas regularly. We are also currently planning diverse projects to support K-pop rookies in expanding their reach to foreign markets.”
Several K-pop artists including Epik High, Kang Daniel and CL are also set to visit Poland next month for the upcoming ‘K-pop Stars Festival’, which will be held in Warsaw from July 7 to 9. The three-day event will feature a line-up of 12 acts, several of which have yet to be revealed, as well as various attractions surrounding Korean food and culture.