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Big Hit Entertainment to hold end-of-the-year concert

Boy band BTS [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band BTS [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

 
Big Hit Entertainment will hold an end-of-the-year concert to wrap up 2020 with musicians from all its affiliate labels, giving fans of different K-pop acts a festive way to ring in the New Year on Dec. 31.
 
Big Hit Entertainment announced the participating artists of the 2021 New Year's Eve Live concert, which will take place through its fan community service Weverse.
 
The finalized lineup of artists included Big Hit's biggest hit BTS, boy band Tomorrow X Together (TXT) and singer Lee Hyun, Source Music's girl group GFriend, Pledis Entertainment's boy band NU'EST and singer Bumzu.
 
Last but not least, soon-to-debut boy band Enhypen will also take part. 
 
The poster image of Big Hit Entertainment's end-of-the-year concert, 2021 New Year's Eve Live, to take place on Dec. 31. [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

The poster image of Big Hit Entertainment's end-of-the-year concert, 2021 New Year's Eve Live, to take place on Dec. 31. [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band NU'EST [PLEDIS ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band NU'EST [PLEDIS ENTERTAINMENT]

Girl group GFriend [SOURCE MUSIC]

Girl group GFriend [SOURCE MUSIC]

 
The concert will take place under the motto, "We've Connected," to link both fans and artists as well as 2020 and 2021. 
 
"This is especially meaningful because this will be the first time for artists of Big Hit to perform together, where they will be able to communicate with the audience together in one place," Big Hit said.
 
According to the agency, New Year's Eve Live will take place every year as a series with a different theme. 
 
For this year's event, a New Year's countdown will also take place, where artists and fans get to look back on 2020 and greet 2021. 
 
Further details will follow on the 2021 New Year's Eve Live channel on Weverse Shop.
 
BY YOON SO-YEON   [yoon.soyeon@joongang.co.kr]

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