KCON L.A. Ticket Sale Dates Announced


KCON LA Returns to the Staples Center & L.A. Convention Center August 10-12

KCON USA, the world’s largest Korean culture convention and music festival presented by Toyota, announced that the highly anticipated KCON Los Angeles concert tickets will go on sale July 11 at 10 a.m. (PST); and convention, Klub KCON, and Artist Meet & Greet tickets will go on sale on July 13 at 10 a.m. (PST). 

The event will take place August 10-12 at the Staples Center & LA Convention Center.

Over 85,000 fans came to celebrate KCON LA last year, and this year, the event will expand the K-Beauty, food, and gaming components of the convention, while offering even more access to K-pop artists than ever before. 

There are two back to back nights of concerts by today’s top K-pop acts. 

So far artists announced to perform are: Chung Ha, Crush, Dynamic Duo, fromis_9, Momoland, Seventeen and Wanna One.

KCON has grown exponentially since its launch in 2012, to become the undisputed epicenter for all things Hallyu (a.k.a The Korean Wave). 

The expansive event, that urges everyone to “Let’s KCON,” garnered more than 128,000 attendees last year between NY and LA combined. 

KCON 2018 USA will feature a line-up of A-list concerts, celebrity meet and greets, as well as workshops and panels that cover every aspect of Korean culture and entertainment. 

Not only does the programming offer insight into Korean pop music, it also covers food, fashion, television, film, e-sports and more.

Below is a full breakdown on the KCON ticket info:
Concert tickets go on sale July 11, 2018 at 10am PST. Ticket prices range from $60 up to $1,700.
Convention, Klub KCON, and Artist Meet & Greet tickets go on sale July 13, 2018 at 10am PST. A three-day pass is priced at $30.
More information about the tickets and benefits can be found on kconusa.com.

For more information and the latest KCON news, we invite fans to visit kconusa.com and follow @KCONUSA on Twitter, where more information will be announced. Fans can also join the conversation with #KCON18LA and #KCON18NY. Recap videos of both LA and NY events can be found on its YouTube channel (youtube.com/kconusa).

KCON is produced by CJ E&M, Asia’s leading content company, and its global music channel, Mnet.

KCON USA (kconusa.com) is the largest North American convention dedicated to ‘All Things Hallyu.’ The convention launched in 2012 with over 10,000 fans attending and has more than doubled annually since to over 128,000 fans. KCON is now established in Los Angeles as the annual flagship event for American fans of Hallyu and Asian pop culture, providing the largest forum for fans to directly connect with each other, as well as artists and professionals from the Korean entertainment industry. In 2017, the brand further expanded internationally, presenting KCON in Mexico and Australia as well as returning to Japan. KCON has also held events in France and UAE.

CJ E&M is Asia’s leading content and media company headquartered in Seoul, Korea. It has five main business units - broadcast, film (CJ Entertainment), music, live entertainment and animation. Since 2011, CJ E&M has been contributing to promotion of Korean culture around the world, through the company's 'One Source, Multi-Content' strategy. As a trend leader in Asia, CJ E&M has produced and distributed various popular content, some of which include Asia’s largest music awards Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA), leading Hallyu convention KCON, Tony Award-winning musical Kinky Boots, record-breaking box office hits Roaring Currents (2014), Ode to My Father (2014) and Veteran (2015), along with sought-after television programs such as The Incomplete, Grandpas over Flowers and Reply 1988. With regional offices in Asia and the U.S., CJ E&M currently employs over 2,000 people worldwide, and is traded on KOSDAQ under the ticker 130960. For more information, please visit: cjenm.com.