Update: 2020 Asia Artist Awards Shares Details About Ceremony Concept And Special Performances
Updated November 21 KST:
The 2020 Asia Artist Awards has announced the concept of its upcoming ceremony, as well as details about special performances.
The concept of 2020 AAA will be “November Spring” and the ceremony will feature augmented reality (AR) effects in the form of butterflies around the concert venue.
The opening performance will also feature a collaboration between real singers and virtual characters.
There will also be a special collaboration performance between American artist MAX and Kang Daniel. Kang Daniel will perform on stage, and MAX will perform through the screen, in a trans-national collaboration performance. Kang Daniel and his dancers will perform MAX’s “Acid Dreams,” while MAX has also prepared a special performance of “Blueberry Eyes,” on which BTS’ Suga was a featuring artist.
Trot singer Im Young Woong is planning a special performance of his new song “HERO.” Super Junior is set to perform a medley of their hit songs to commemorate their 15th anniversary as a group. IZ*ONE, NCT, and TREASURE are also reported to be planning special performances.
MONSTA X originally planned a large-scale performance with 40 dancers, but due to increased social distancing guidelines, have reduced their dance team.
Updated October 30 KST:
NCT will be joining the 2020 Asia Artist Awards!
On October 30, Star News reported that all 23 members of NCT would be attending the 2020 Asia Artist Awards on November 25.
NCT recently released the album “RESONANCE Pt. 1” as a full-group comeback, including all their existing sub-units and two new members. NCT is gearing up for the release of the second part of this full group comeback in November.
Updated October 27 KST:
The 2020 Asia Artist Awards has announced their second musician lineup!
After announcing its first actor lineup earlier this week, the 2020 Asia Artist Awards have revealed their first musician lineup!
The Asia Artist Awards have been held annually since 2016 and honors both actors and singers.
On October 15, it was announced that MAMAMOO, NCT 127, ITZY, Stray Kids, ONEUS, CRAVITY, Secret Number, TREASURE, Song Ga In, Kang Daniel, beatboxer Bigman, and AleXa were part of the first lineup of singers for the event.
The 2020 Asia Artist Awards will be held on November 25 with Super Junior’s Leeteuk as MC.
Stay tuned for more updates on the lineup!