Kpop group EVERGLOW will be on the global Kpop stage. EVERGLOW will appear on ‘2021 New Beginnings with K-Pop Superfest,’ which will air live on August 29th. They will perform for the fans at the global online concert.
‘New Beginnings with K-Pop Superfest’ is a concert hosted by Pison Contents Co., Ltd. and the North American festival Joy Ruckus Club. Then, the Korea Creative Content Agency and the Recording Industry Association of Korea sponsored this event.
They designed this concert to support a new leap forward around the world in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. The organizer said, “The content of K-pop itself is a big challenge and an icon of a start in the global market. So, we hope that it will be a performance that can give courage to Kpop fans worldwide who are struggling with the ongoing COVID-19.”
On this day, Kpop group EVERGLOW plans to deliver a message of hope to 160 countries. It includes the US, UK, China, and Japan. They will perform songs that global fans loved one after another. They prepared to perform ‘First,’ ‘La Di Da,’ and ‘DUN DUN.’
Recently, EVERGLOW released a new digital single, ‘Promise’ (for UNICEF Promise Campaign).
Also, they participated in UNICEF campaigns for children around the world. In addition, as part of the campaign, they are conducting a dance challenge with UNICEF to spread good influence.
In addition, following the music videos for the title song ‘Adios’ of the second single ‘Hush,’ the title song ‘DUN DUN’ of the first mini-album ‘Reminiscence,’ and the title song ‘La Di Da’ of the second mini-album ‘-77.82X-78.29’, the music video for the title song ‘Bonbon Chocolat’ of the debut album ‘Arrival Of Everglow’ exceeded 100 million views on YouTube, as of August 27th. So, EVERGLOW is solidifying its global presence.
Music fans can watch the ‘2021 New Beginnings with K-Pop Superfest’ featuring EVERGLOW through the live streaming platform LiveXLive at noon on August 29th. Then, the highlight performance will air on September 2 at 1 am on SBS.
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