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EXO, SHINee, SISTAR and More to Perform at ′2015 Dream Concert′ in May

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2015.03.18 18:20 Newsen Hwang Hye Jin Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Popular singers, such as EXO, SHINee, SISTAR and more, will be performing at the 2015 Dream Concert.

Hosted by the Korea Entertainment Producer′s Association and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and SPC, the I Love Korea 2015 Dream Concert will take place on May 23 at 6 PM KST at the World Cup Stadium in Mapo.

Taking place for the 21st time, the Dream Concert has been providing the greatest concert and a healthy concert culture for teenagers. Known for its slogans fitting for each time period and a positive message, the Dream Concert is well-known as a public service concert.

With the Dream Concert known for attracting the best and most popular singers, the 2015 concert has announced SHINee, EXO, 4minute, Infinite, VIXX, B1A4, SISTAR, BTOB, T-ara, GOT7, Red Velvet and EXID in its first lineup. More stars will be announced in the second lineup.

EXO, SHINee, SISTAR and More to Perform at ′2015 Dream Concert′ in May

On the day of the concert, there will be different zones of content, commercial, fandom, and entertainment set up on the main square of the World Cup Stadium, where spectators can enjoy various music and experience several events, surpassing the idea of a simple concert and creating a music festival. Especially with the Sewol tragedy in 2014, the Dream Concert is making detailed preparations for safety.

Hoping to plant a rightful and correct image and to show the social contributions of businesses, several businesses will be participating in the Dream Concert.

Full details about the Dream Concert will be available on its official site and official Facebook page.

Photo Credit: Korea Entertainment Producer′s Association

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