Update: 2020 Online Dream Concert “CONNECT:D” Announces Performer And Host Lineup
Updated July 17 KST:
Dream Concert has announced its full host lineup for the two-day Dream Concert. July 25 will be hosted by Super Junior’s Leeteuk, Kim Yo Han, and Weki Meki’s Kim Doyeon, while July 26 will be hosted by Super Junior’s Eunhyuk, ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo, and ITZY’s Lia.
Updated July 16 KST:
Dream Concert has announced a small change in its lineup.
ONEUS will be now be performing on the second day, July 26, while CRAVITY will perform on July 25, the first day.
Updated July 15 KST:
Following the announcement of the performer lineup for 2020 Dream Concert “CONNECT:D,” it was revealed that Kim Yo Han will hosting the event!
A source from OUI Entertainment told Star News, “Kim Yo Han was chosen as the MC for the 2020 Dream Concert.”
Meanwhile, Kim Yo Han is gearing up for his debut as part of the upcoming OUI Entertainment boy group WEi.
This year’s online Dream Concert “CONNECT:D” has revealed its lineup of performers!
The 26th Dream Concert this year was decided to be held online for the first time ever to give hope and courage to global K-pop fans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The performing artists are EXO-SC, Red Velvet, Red Velvet – Irene & Seulgi, Oh My Girl, ASTRO, Golden Child, South Club, Kim Jae Hwan, AB6IX, ONEUS, and CIX on the first day, while MAMAMOO, Lovelyz, WJSN, Ha Sung Woon, Weki Meki, Jeong Sewoon, The Boyz, Stray Kids, ITZY, Rocket Punch, and CRAVITY will perform on the second day.
The event will be held on July 25 and 26 at 9 p.m. KST on both days and will be broadcast all around the world on the YouTube channel The K-POP. Special technologies such as VR, EX-3D sound, and multi-cams will be utilized to give fans around the world a more real concert experience. Tickets to watch both days will cost 5,500 won (approximately $4.6).