After a successful run in New York last month, Korean culture convention KCON will return stateside for a three-day showing at Staples Center in Los Angeles this weekend. Some of the biggest names in K-pop will be performing between Friday and Sunday, including Block B, GFriend, ASTRO, SHINee and Monsta X, and the fourth annual showcase in L.A. is garnering big ticket demand on the secondary market.
As it stands now, KCON 2016 tickets on TicketIQ are averaging $372.75 over Saturday and Sunday. Saturday tickets currently own an average resale price of $221.36 and the get-in price is $134. Among the exhaustive list of performers set to grace the stage that day are GFriend, Block B, TURBO and DEAN. Professional workshops will also run all day, including special "Learn to Make Your Korean Sound Better with Talk to Me in Korean", K-Variety Games with Nutty Nomads, Learning Korean Rhythm (Korean Drumming Workshop), Create Your Own FanSign and Working in the K-Pop Industry with Soompi.
For those who are looking to take in the festivities on Sunday, it will be the most expensive individual day to attend. Sunday tickets now own a secondary market average of $470.69 and the cheapest ticket is listed from $264. ASTRO, Eric Nam, TWICE and Monsta X are just a few of the dozens of performances slated to be held on the final day of the convention. Additional workshops include Working with K-Pop Idols: Variety Style, K-Beauty Workshop by Skin Type with Glow Recipe & Joyce Kong, Running Fan Activity Zone and Make Me K-Pop Handsome.
To view the complete list of performers, workshops and variety events being held over the weekend, visit KCON's official website, www.kconusa.com.