UPDATE: K-pop groups NCT Dream, WayV, Kard, Alice to perform in KL on Jan 28, ticket prices revealed

NCT Dreams will be performing at the Seen Festival. Photo: NCT Dreams/Instagram

The first music festival to kick off in 2023 is the Seen Festival on Jan 28.

To be held at Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur from 6pm onwards, the festival will see four K-pop acts taking turns to entertain Malaysian fans.

First up is the seven-member K-pop group NCT Dream which made its debut seven years ago and produced hits such as Chewing Gum and My First.

Joining the festival is another boy band from SM Entertainment – WayV. Making its debut in 2019, WayV – which stands for "We Are Your Vision" – made their comeback with the EP titled Phantom last month.

Fans can also look out for co-ed group Kard, known for its hits Oh NaNa and Don't Recall, to take stage at the festival.

Rounding up the concert will be the seven-member girl group Alice, known for their hit singles Pow Pow, Summer Dream and Dance On.

Ticket information will be announced soon.


Tickets are priced at RM388, RM488, RM588, RM688 and RM788 and will go on sale this Friday (Jan 13) at 11am. Tickets are available at https://my.bookmyshow.com or call the ticketing hotline at +603 9212 4202.

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