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KPOP.FLEX, 'Europe's Largest K-Pop Festival,' Offers Live Stream - Digital Music News

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Photo Credit: KPOP.FLEX Festival
The global live stream will cater to many different time zones so fans across the world can enjoy the stream. The 90-minute concert will feature performances from EXO’s Kai, Monsta X, ENHYPEN, Mamamoo, plus many more. The stream will also include highlights and a behind-the-scenes look at the biggest K-pop event in Europe.
“We are very proud to be working with SBS and Doors to bring our incredible KPOP.FLEX performances to global audiences,” says David Ciclitira, Founder and Chairman of Live Company Group. “With our mission to celebrate K-pop across the world, we’re delighted to offer the KPOP.FLEX experience to fans both at the festival and within their own homes.”
“K-pop has seen an astonishing global ascent, and we’re thrilled to stream the KPOP.FLEX festival, providing front row access to fans globally,” adds Mark Cranwell, Chief Content Officer of Doors. “It’s an incredible array of K-pop’s very best performers and will be an event never to forget.”
The KPOP.FLEX live stream can be accessed globally (except South Korea) and tickets are available at
May 14
May 15
Doors is a digital platform that helps shape the future of the live music economy through streaming. It gives artists a global audience and fans tickets to their favorite performers, no matter where they are in the world. The Swedish-based social live media platform cuts through procedural barriers and red tape surrounding live stream music experiences. It encompasses ticketing, merchandising, broadcasting, and production.



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