K-pop festival KAMP LA 2022 announces CHUNG HA to final lineup

K-pop festival KAMP LA 2022 announces CHUNG HA to final lineup

On Wednesday, K-pop festival KAMP LA 2022 announced the last artist to join their lineup: CHUNG HA. 

September 30, 2022
K-pop festival KAMP LA 2022 has announced that K-pop soloist CHUNG HA is the last artist to join the upcoming festival’s lineup.
KAMP LA took to social media on Wednesday to make the announcement. Her addition to the lineup follows that of girl group Aespa, who were announced as part of the festival last month.
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KAMP LA 2022 will be held at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, on Oct. 15 and Oct. 16. It is overseen by KAMP Global, a South Korean entertainment company focused on live experiences, and Eventim Live Asia, a brand focused on the live market in Asia. Their first-ever festival was held in Singapore back in 2019. 
With the announcement of CHUNG HA comes the festival’s final daily lineups. 
Oct. 15 will feature GOT7’s BamBam, iKON, EXO’s Kai, Lapillus, P1Harmony, Super Junior, Jeon Somi and Girls’ Generation leader Taeyeon. Oct. 16 will include T1419, Zion.T, Epik High, Momoland, Monsta X, Aespa and CHUNG HA. 
This is CHUNG HA’s latest music performance following her appearance at 88rising’s Head in the Clouds festival last month, which was also held at the Rose Bowl. In July, the K-pop soloist released a comeback album titled “Bare&Rare Pt. 1,” which features a B-side with fellow 88rising artist BIBI.
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      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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