On May, 31th the Festival announced that K-Flex 2023 will be postponed from June, 17th and 18th to October, 13th and 14th.
According to the organizer, this decision will allow them to invite more artists. As a result, The Boyz have been added to a line-up that already included Pentagon, Weekly, ONEUS, Younite and KEP1ER.
The tickets will remain valid for the October dates, however, fans who wish to ask for a refund can visit K.FLEX’s website.
Following huge demand for the inaugural KPOP.FLEX [update : now renamed K-Flex], which saw over 65,000 tickets sold across 84 different countries, Europe’s largest ever K-Pop mega festival will be returning to Frankfurt’s Deutsche Bank Park Stadium on Saturday 17th June and Sunday 18th June 2023.
With artists still to be unveiled, KPOP.FLEX is ready to yet again bring some of the world’s biggest K-Pop idols all together under one roof for an unforgettable weekend. Celebrating all things Korea, the festival will also play host to a Fan Fest in the grounds of Deutsche Bank Park, offering fans the chance to join in activities, try delicious food, and experience the delights of Korean culture.
With South Korea now the 7th largest music market in the world, K-pop’s audience continues to rocket and, through the rapid ticket sales of KPOP.FLEX and the rising profiles of its stars in western media, the K-wave shows little sign of slowing down.
On the return of the festival, Deutsche Bank Park MD Patrik Meyer said: “After the huge demand for our first edition of KPOP.FLEX, we’re delighted to be bringing the festival back to Frankfurt in 2023 for another two dates.”
“K-Pop is a fantastic and very enriching part of the world´s music. We are really glad to be a part of implementing it in the hearts of Europe and its people.” added Andreas Waschk, Chairman of EXPLORADO Group. “We look forward to a wonderful weekend in May and a great experience for everyone.”
With a stunning lineup of K-pop juggernauts and rapidly rising stars, the 2022 edition has welcomed the likes of Kai, Monsta X, Mamamoo, ENHYPEN and more in an event never seen before in Europe.
Weekend ‘Festival Package’ tickets will cost:
€360 for early entrance
€295 for front of stage
€230 for main field
€205 for lower stand
€140 for upper stand
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The event is being staged by Kpop Europa, in partnership with the promoter, PK Events, and Korean broadcaster, SBS. Kpop Europa is a joint venture between Live Company Group and EXPLORADO Group.