Kep1er and more K-Pop stars will perform at Kpop Flex Festival!
It has long been known that the KPOP. FLEX Festival, which was held for the first time last year, will return twice as strong in 2023. K.FLEX, as the festival now usually calls itself, will once again take place at Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt this summer. So on June 17 and 18, a whole bunch of K-Pop stars will be on stage together again in Germany. In addition, K.FLEX will also come to London for three days in September!
Already since January 6, K.FLEX has been announcing the line-up for Frankfurt on Instagram and Twitter, starting with the girl group Billlie. Since then, a few other groups like Pentagon, Younite and Weeekly have joined them.
Yesterday, the young girl group Kep1er also joined the line-up!
Like for many of the other groups, it's their first concert ever in Germany and Europe. So European fans finally have the great opportunity to see these stars live! Since Kep1er is a project group and will probably disband in the middle of 2024, it might even be the last chance to meet the girl group in Germany.
And fans of Oneus also have a reason to rejoice!
The boy group was supposed to perform at the festival last year, but had to cancel at short notice. A few of the members had tested positive for Corona. Fortunately, Oneus got another chance this year!
In 2022, K.FLEX also took place on two days, but the line-up was partly different for both days. This time all the artists are performing for the whole weekend:
Billlie, Blank2y, Pentagon, Weeekly, Oneus, Younite and Kep1er.
Which group are you looking forward to the most?
We're probably almost at the end with this one. Last year there were seven artists performing on Saturday and eight on Sunday. So hopefully there will be one more surprise in store for us. Who else would you most like to see at the festival?
Sources: K.FLEX Homepage, K.FLEX Twitter, K.FLEX Instagram
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