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K-pop stars and artists from diverse music genres will play during the Korea Music Drive-in Festival due on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 in Incheon, a port city west of Seoul. Photo courtesy of the Korea Management Federation

K-pop artists will play at two-day events on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1

The Korea Music Drive-in Festival is set to fascinated K-pop fans with a star-studded lineup during the concerts slated for 6 p.m. on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 near Seoul.

The Korea Management Federation (KMF) recently disclosed who will play at the two-day music event, South Korea’s first large-scale drive-in music festival to be held at Incheon International Passenger Terminal.

The Oct. 31 show will mostly feature idol stars like NCT U, ASTRO, AB6IX, The Boyz, Lovelyz, Momoland, Pentagon, Cosmic Girls, and ATEEZ.

Included in other performers are CIX, (G)I-DLE, Kim Jae-hwan, CRAVITY, CLC, Golden Child, Cherry Bullet, Rocket Punch, DRIPPIN, Giant Pink, Dreamcatcher, Cignature, 3YE, and No Brain.

On the second night, fans will be able to meet with artists from more diverse music genres, such as DJ DOC, Baek Ji-young, Jung Yup, Hong Jin-young, Jin Sung, and Kim Soo-chan.

Ticket sales will start on Oct. 15. Audiences can buy one ticket per vehicle, and the host plans to allow a maximum of four passengers per car.

All automobiles will be placed at a safe distance from others, and all audiences will be required to remain in their cars throughout the event for their safety.

The KMF held the Korea Music Festival between 2017 and 2019 to attract so many fans from across the world. However, it decided to hold drive-in concerts this year due to the virus pandemic.

International fans, who cannot take part in the offline events, can see the stars online because the events will be live-streamed through the internet.

The KMF is the association that represents more than 160 management companies based in Korea, including SM, YG, JYP, and Big Hit Entertainment.