New US K-pop festival KAMP LA 2022 to feature Monsta X, Somi, Kai, Super Junior, IKON and more

New US K-pop festival KAMP LA 2022 to feature Monsta X, Somi, Kai, Super Junior, IKON and more
Daniel Anderson
August 16, 2022
A new K-pop festival is headed to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, and will feature K-pop superstars such as Monsta X, Kai, Super Junior, IKON, Somi, BamBam and Zion. T.
KAMP LA 2022 is the brainchild of KAMP Global, a South Korean entertainment company focused on live experiences, and Eventim Live Asia, a brand focused on the live market in Asia. 
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EXO and SuperM member Kai said in a recent statement that it is “exciting to take part in the KAMP LA lineup. This may legitimately be the biggest K-pop event in U.S. history.”
KAMP Global CEO Tim Kim said, “There’s a deep connection between Korean culture and L.A. This was always the place to start, but we are also going to bring K-pop worldwide with KAMP and Eventim Live Asia. We will go to all markets where K-pop resonates — which is everywhere these days. KAMP isn’t just about mega-concerts or historic events — it’s a culture.”
Eventim Live Asia CEO Jason Miller added, “Kim’s vision was immediately exciting. KAMP Global and Eventim Live Asia share a true global vision for K-pop and the experience to make it happen in unprecedented ways. KAMP LA is a meaningful first step in that direction. There are many more to come.” 
Taking place at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, on Oct. 15 and Oct. 16, the two-day event will also include showcases of Korean culture through food, gaming and arts, as well as notable brands like production company Dingo Music.
A full lineup of artists and events for the festival will be announced soon. Fans can visit now for first access tickets, VIP deals and chances for backstage passes. 
In other Rose Bowl-related news, 88rising’s Head in the Clouds Music festival is happening this weekend, featuring artists such as CHUNG HA, Jay Park, GOT7’s Jackson Wang and BIBI. In October, Monsta X will headline Nickelodeon’s inaugural music festival at the Rose Bowl.
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