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2010 Dream Concert Lineup Revealed

2010/04/21 | 3019 views | Permalink | Source

It's one of the hottest k-pop concerts of the year! The 16th annual Dream Concert will be featuring some of the hottest stars, like it does every year. This year's line-up includes two of the most successful comebacks made in 2010: Rain and Lee Hyori. Also included on the recenly finalized list are the Wondergirls, Girls' Generation, SS501, Super Junior, 2PM, SHINee, Afterschool, Kara, U-Kiss, f(x), BEAST,T-ara, MBLAQ, 4minute, Rainbow, ZE:A, Davichi, and F.cuz.

This year's run, titled "I Love You Korea: 2010 Dream Concert", will take place 7 PM on May 22nd at the World Cup Stadium in Sang-am of Seoul.

The Dream Concert has been a yearly event, highly anticipated by local k-pop fans. In fact, up until the 14th annual concert, entrance was free. However, starting from last year, tickets came with a price tag. Fortunately for fans, ticket prices were relatively low. Unfortunately, this makes it very difficult for them to get their hands on one.

Also, artists hoping to break into the k-pop industry will see an opportunity of a lifetime through the 2010 Star Stage" portion of the concert. This will be when new artists will get their break to perform for a large crowd, ultimately getting their name out to the masses. For more information on the big event, visit Open the link

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