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[Korea] Blue Moon Festival at Seoul Arts Center on Sep 6-8

Poster credit: Maximum Communications Ltd., Co.

The Blue Moon Festival will be showcasing a blend of traditional and modern Korean music from September 6 to 8, 2014 at Seoul Arts Center in Seocho-gu, Seoul.

To be held during the Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving) holidays, the concerts will be using various elements to create a unique style of music that can be enjoyed by all ages. Under the theme “Scent of wind, sound of water and harmony of moonlight,” the festival will be featuring performances from renowned pansori artist Lee Ja-ram, the young and talented gukak singer Song So-hee and other musicians specializing in gukak, classical, hip-hop and pop.

Tickets to the festival can be purchased at the venue, and through the website or by phone.

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<Blue Moon Festival at Seoul Art Center>

☞ Venue: Concert Hall and Shinsegae Square Outdoor Stage at Seoul Arts Center
    (2406, Nambusunhwan-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul)
☞ Date: September 6–8, 2014
☞ Admission: Concert Hall 22,000–120,000 won / Shinsegae Square Outdoor Stage
    40,000–60,000 won
    ※ Prices vary by performance and seating
☞ Reservation:
    http://ticket.interpark.com/search/ticket.asp?search=%BA%ED%B7%E7%B9%AE (Korean only)
    http://www.sacticket.co.kr/home/play/play_search.jsp?genre=&searchKey=%BA%ED%B7%E7%B9%AE (Korean, English)
☞ Performance schedule

Date

Concert Hall

Outdoor Stage

Sep 6

 19:00
 Yang Bang-eon & FRIENDS

 15:00
 Kim Gwang-seok Muscial Concert
 19:00
 Woongsan & MC Sniper

Sep 7

 14:00
 Lee Ja-ram's Pansori Nundaemok
 (Aria in pansori) & Sacheonga
 19:00
 Song so-hee Nangang Fantasy

 

Sep 8

 

 19:00
 Song Chang-sik & Sunday Seoul

☞ Website: Seoul Art Center http://www.sac.or.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
☞ Inquiries: Seoul Art Center +82-2-580-1300 (Korean, English, Japanese)
☞ 1330 Korea Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Courtesy of Maximum Communications Ltd., Co./Seoul Arts Center

Date
08/18/2014
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