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2022 Dream Concert: Air date, tickets, lineup including Red Velvet, NCT Dream, Kep1er, IVE and more

The 2022 Dream Concert has been announced and will be an offline event for the first time in two years
A total of 25 K-pop acts are slated to appear at the 28th Dream Concert that will take place offline in June (@redvelvet.smtown, @trendz_offcl, @nmixx_official, @ivestarship, @morilla_lmj, @cube_ptg, @younite_bnm, @stayc_highup, @nct_dream/Instagram)
A total of 25 K-pop acts are slated to appear at the 28th Dream Concert that will take place offline in June (@redvelvet.smtown, @trendz_offcl, @nmixx_official, @ivestarship, @morilla_lmj, @cube_ptg, @younite_bnm, @stayc_highup, @nct_dream/Instagram)

With Covid-19 slowly but surely retreating, ‘The Dream Concert,’ which has been a large-scale K-pop performance event since 1995, is finally going to make an in-person return. The show used to be a joint K-pop concert venture in which the best Korean musicians of each year appeared on stage and performed for fans. Throughout their years in business, the event has hosted artists like SHINee, 2PM, Girls Generation, BTOB, EXO, BTS, GOT7, and Monsta X, among many other second and third-gen acts.

After it was announced that the show was going to come back in person, fans were thrilled to finally be able to witness many K-pop acts share the stage in a joint event. The Dream Concert will celebrate its 28th anniversary this year and its upcoming lineup has finally been revealed as of May 18. Find out what K-pop groups or soloists will appear at the 2022 Dream Concert as well as how to buy tickets for the one-day event in Seoul.


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The 28th Dream Concert will be held as an in-person event in June of 2022 in Seoul, South Korea (

Air Date

The ‘2022 Dream Concert’ will be held on June 18 at 6 pm KST (5 am ET).


The 28th 'Dream Concert’ will be held at the Olympic Main Stadium in Jamsil, Seoul.

A clip of the last in-person event from the 2019 Dream Concert (

Where to buy tickets

Tickets for the 2022 Dream Concert will open on May 23, 8 pm KST (7 am ET) onwards on the ticketing platform Ticket Link. It has been reported that in order to comply with Covid-19 regulations, the show will only host 40,000 people.


The 2022 Dream Concert will have 25 acts in total - 24 groups and 1 solo act. The K-pop acts that will perform at the 28th Dream Concert are AB6IX, CIX, Cravity, Dream Catcher, DRIPPIN, ELRIS, EPEX, Golden Child, IVE, Kep1er, KINGDOM, LABOUM, Lee Mu-jin, LIGHTSUM, NCT Dream, NMIXX, Oh My Girl, Pentagon, Red Velvet, STAYC, TRENDZ, VICTON, Weeekly, WEi, and YOUNITE.

A shot from the 2019 Dream Concert (

How to watch online

While the streaming details of the K-pop concert have not been revealed, it is expected that just like the 2020 and 2021 shows, the 2022 Dream Concert will also be streamed online for International fans to watch from the comfort of their homes. It is expected that the event will be broadcast via the platforms V Live, Live Connect or K-pop Click. More details will follow.

What to expect from the 2022 Dream Concert?

Producers have reassured fans that the event will frequently check the safety conditions inside and outside the concert hall to maintain the health and well-being of the artists as well as the dedicated fans who will attend the show in large numbers.

The 2022 Dream Concert will be co-produced by the Korea Entertainment Producers Association and the Korea Tourism Organization. The event is sponsored by Hyundai Oilbank as well as the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, which is why some big names are expected to be in attendance at the concert. It has been reported that the event will not only aim to entertain fans as a K-pop festival but also contribute to revitalizing tourism in South Korea.