Europe’s First Kpop.Flex Will Be Streamed Post-Event

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Mamamoo performs at Kyunghee Grand Peace Hall in Seoul. The group is among the lineup of the first Kpop.Flex edition.

Kpop.Flex, Europe’s first K-pop festival premiering at Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt, Germany, May 14-15, 2022, will be streamed globally with the exception of South Korea, which get the TV exclusive.

The ticketed stream is scheduled for May 29, and will cater to different time zones, from East Asia to the Americas. EXO’s Kai, Monsta X, ENHYPEN, Mamamoo, (G)I-DLE and more will perform at the first Kpop.Flex edition.

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The stream will include behind-the-scenes footage of the event. Fans will be able to join friends in private chats or gossip about the event in fandom-specific group chats.

All 63,000 tickets for the Kpop.Flex premiere are sold out. The stream is realized with digital live platform Doors. The stream is an interactive edition of a South Korea-exclusive 90-minute TV special produced by South Korean broadcaster Seoul Broadcasting Systems (SBS).

David Ciclitira, founder and chairman of promoter Live Company Group, commented, “We are very proud to be working with SBS and Doors to bring our incredible Kpop.Flex performances to global audiences. With our mission to celebrate K-pop across the world, we’re delighted to offer the Kpop.Flex experience to fans both at the festival and within their own homes.”

Mark Cranwell, chief content officer of Doors, added, “K-pop has seen an astonishing global ascent, and we’re thrilled to stream the Kpop.Flex festival, providing front row access to stans globally. It’s an incredible array of K-pop’s very best performers and will be an event never to forget.”

Tickets for the stream are available at

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