Among the previously announced acts set to perform at Krazy Super Concert are (G)I-DLE, aespa, THE BOYZ and ZEROBASEONE
On Friday, Pulse Events revealed LAROI and the former 2NE1 member have been added to the lineup of performers for the newly announced second day of Krazy Super Concert, set to be held in celebration of Lunar New Year from Feb 9-10 at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles.
The "Stay" musician and CL will each take the stage on Feb. 9, as will (G)I-DLE, aespa, THE BOYZ and ZEROBASEONE, with general admission tickets and VIP packages available starting on Friday via Ticketmaster and the event's website.
(G)I-DLE, aespa, THE BOYZ and ZEROBASEONE will perform at both days of Krazy Super Concert. Additional acts slated for Feb. 10 include TAEYANG from BIGBANG, Lauv and AB6IX.
The upcoming two-day spectacle marks Pulse Events second iteration of the event following the inaugural Krazy Super Concert at UBS Arena in New York last year, which featured MONSTA X’s SHOWNU and HYUNGWON, IVE, AB6IX, Cravity and Kwon Eun Bi.
Luffy Huang, CEO of Pulse Events, said of the upcoming festival in a statement, "I’m thrilled to bring one of the most dynamic lineups of the Krazy Super Concert series to Los Angeles. We hope fans can join us to celebrate Lunar New Year with these incredible artists."
"We believe that music is a universal language," continued Huang, "and we hope everyone will join us to enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience on Feb. 9 and 10."
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LAROI's appearance at Krazy Super Concert arrives months after the release of his debut album The First Time. The project serves as a follow-up to his 2020 mixtape F--- Love, which features the hit singles "Without You" and "Stay."
In a February 2023 interview with Billboard, the Australian musician opened up about how his swift rise to fame since debuting in 2018 has impacted his life. "For me, I think I look at it [as] a big blessing. It’s also a bit of a curse,” he told the outlet.
"I signed my record deal with Columbia when I was 15 … at 15, you don’t know anything. You really don’t," continued LAROI at the time. "You’re like a literal child, even if you don’t understand that at the time. I’m about to be 20 this year, and I f---ing look back at 15, and I feel like I was a literal child and a baby.”
Elsewhere in the interview, he spoke about looking back on his past releases with fondness as he works toward future projects. "The cool thing about music and putting stuff out is it’s like a time capsule, right?" said LAROI. "So, it’s like, ‘Whatever, that’s how I felt at the time.’ And it’s cool that I get to look back, cringe at it, and be proud of the next stuff I’m about to put out."
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