B.A.P, EXO-M, 4MINUTE, G.NA, VIXX AND NU'EST TO PERFORM AT FIRST EVER K-POP CONVENTION IN NORTH AMERICA!
WITNESS A HISTORIC EVENT AT KCON WITH UNPRECEDENTED ACCESS TO YOUR FAVOURITE K-POP IDOLS!
K-Pop is here! Get ready for the defining K-POP event of the year! KCON is coming to Los Angeles on October 13th, 2012.
Our friends at KCon have asked ANN to give away five tickets to North America's first ever K-Con, taking place at the Verizon Amphitheatre in Irvice, California on October 13th.
It doesn't matter if you're a long-time Hallyu fan or don't even know what the word means, this is a chance to get up close and experience the Korean superstars that have already taken Korea and Japan by storm.
KCon will include celebrity panels, autograph sessions, contests, fan workshops, amazing food, and a star-studded K-pop concert! Experience it ALL in one day. You won't want to miss this event, with unprecedented access to the idols, ALL STARS WILL BE DOING AUTOGRAPH SESSIONS!
Panels include: Fanclub 101, Secrets of Auditioning, JPOP VS K-POP, Evolution of K-POP, ZERG RUSH: E-Sports 101, YouTube Idols: Meet The Stars, K-POP Style Guide Workshop, K-POP Dance Workshop, Love Connection Speed Dating, K-POP Cosplay Contests and more!
Invite all your friends and experience the biggest K-POP event to hit North America together!
The Fine Print: Although unlikely to happen, Anime News Network reserves the right to cancel this contest at any time. Give-Away is open to any and all residents of the planet Earth and neighbour parallel dimensions. Winners' names will be posted on AnimeNewsNetwork.com. Winners' contact info will be erased once the prizes have been shipped. Non-winners' names, and info will not be given out to any one and will be erased when the winners have been confirmed. Non-winners will not be contacted, spammed or harassed in any way. We reserve the right to retroactively add new rules when and how we see fit.
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