Prepare for a K-pop extravaganza this Lunar New Year! Tickets for the KRAZY SUPER CONCERT in Los Angeles are now officially on sale. The star-studded lineup includes the legendary TAEYANG, the continuously rising sensation aespa, and the genre-bending powerhouse ZEROBASEONE, among many others. The night ensures performances that will leave you breathless. Numerous talented artists will join this epic celebration, making the concert an unmissable event. Dive into the details and secure your spot for this incredible musical party!
KRAZY SUPER CONCERT Date And Venue
Celebrate the Year of the Dragon in an unprecedented way at the KRAZY SUPER CONCERT in Los Angeles. This groundbreaking event is set to commence on February 10th at BMO Stadium, offering a night filled with electrifying music and dazzling performances that you won’t want to miss.
The star-studded lineup for this year’s Krazy Super Concert boasts phenomenal artists such as BIGBANG’s Taeyang, aespa, (G)I-DLE, ZEROBASEONE, and THE BOYZ. Alongside these talented South Korean acts, the concert will also feature American singer-songwriter Lauv, renowned for his exceptional Korean fanbase. Lauv, recognized for hits like “Love You Like That,” has previously collaborated with artists such as Minnie of (G)I-DLE and BTS, adding an exciting international flair to the event.
On Wednesday, January 10, 2024, at 10 a.m. PST, the long-anticipated KRAZY SUPER CONCERT tickets in Los Angeles became available for purchase. Ticket prices vary, ranging from $85 to $356. For fans seeking a more immersive experience, a range of options such as VIP Packages, exclusive merchandise, private soundchecks, and unique fan experiences are on offer. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster.
The KRAZY SUPER CONCERT, also recognized as the Krazy K-Pop Super Concert made its debut on August 26, 2023. The inaugural lineup included IVE, AB6IX, Kwon Eun Bi, Cravity, and a performance by Shownu and Hyungwon of Monsta X. For those unfamiliar, the Lunar New Year marks the beginning of spring and the commencement of a new year on the lunisolar calendar. This celebration holds significant cultural importance, particularly in China and Chinese communities around the world.