Every year, one can expect different concerts around the whole Korea which includes their artistsâ€™ concerts as well as the charity events and even more other concerts. One from the very expected concert around a year is the Dream Concert. Recently, very good news was unveiled and it is the official news regarding the most awaited Dream Concert 2011.
On the 25th of April, the Korea Entertainment Producerâ€™s Association or KEPA had officially announced by means of a press release that the concert will be going to held on the 28th of May at the Seoul World Cup Stadium with an expected 20 of Koreaâ€™s finest top performers.
They had also mentioned that TVXQ, 2PM, IU and 4minute are only some of the current line-up and the others will be expected to announced later. Currently, these four groups are the only ones that are still confirmed to participate by KEPA, this official news that was listed had given an end to the false list of the performers that was being posted online and in various sites.
On this year, the â€œI Love You Korea 2011 Dream Concertâ€ will be going to celebrate their 17th anniversary. Because of this, a copyrights protection campaign was then planned to be launched. You can check more information about the event that will be revealed on upcoming days through their official website and on @dreamconcertkr.
Early last year, it was rumored that trio JYJ will be participating the event but with this official news, the rumored was then cleared up and it is also somewhat impossible because of their current lawsuit problem to their company. Aside from that, some of the rumored artists beforehand are SHINee, Super Junior, Girlsâ€™ Generation and other biggest artists of the Korean music industry.
On the other hand, many of the awaiting fans had expressed their feelings by stating, â€œoh. TVXQ, itâ€™s been awhile since I last saw them on dream concertâ€, â€œgood luck to those 20 performersâ€, â€œI canâ€™t wait for the other artists that will be joining the eventâ€ and â€œwe are very excited to watch their performanceâ€