Watch NCT DREAM, WayV, KARD, and ALICE Live At SEEN Festival! Tickets Go On Sale This Friday

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K-Pop fans, it’s time to start the new year with a bang! Watch four highly anticipated K-Pop groups in Kuala Lumpur on January 28.

At Seen Festival KL 2023, NCT DREAM, WayV, KARD, and ALICE will be performing at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil.

Who are they?

source: New Straits Times

NCT Dream is the third sub-unit of NCT, who recently released their first-ever winter special album, Candy. The title song is a remake from 1996 K-Pop group, H.O.T.

WayV is the fourth sub-unit of NCT comprised of Chinese members. The seven member group recently released their fourth mini-album, Phantom. One of their most popular songs is the English version of ‘Love Talk’.

Co-ed member group, KARD, is comprised of four members. Their concept is centred around a deck of cards – BM representing the king card, J. Seph representing the ace card, Somin representing the black joker card, and Jiwoo representing the colour joker card.

ALICE is a seven member girl group that was formerly known as Erlis. The group rebranded to ALICE in 2022, and released ‘Power of Love’ and ‘Dance On’ for their comebacks.

Ticket Sales

Seen Festival announced on their Twitter that tickets will go on sale on Friday, January 13 at 11am. 

The stage will be set up in a T-shape for fans to get up close with their favourite idols, with many seating options for everyone. 

Tickets are priced as such:

  • SEEN ZONE L & R – Free Standing – RM788
  • CAT 1 – RM688
  • CAT 2 – RM588
  • CAT 3 – RM488
  • CAT 4 – RM388

According to NME, the SEEN ZONE is a special seating area where “fans can see the artists eye to eye.” However, no further details have been released yet regarding how SEEN ZONE works. 

Ticket prices exclude the RM4 booking fee.

Tickets can be purchased here.

Stay tuned to Seen Festival’s Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for the latest updates.