SuperM Promises to Perform Unreleased Songs During Augmented Reality Live Stream Concert

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SuperM is coming to a screen near you and other fans in over 200 countries this Sunday (April 26) at 3 p.m. KST for their virtual live stream concert.

Their live stream marks the first show in SM Entertainment's ground-breaking broadcast concert series Beyond LIVE, which features a wide array of camera shots, 3D backdrop graphics, augmented reality that's never been experimented on online concerts, and digital communication tools between the K-pop boy band and online concertgoers to fully immerse them in the live experience. Global viewers can also choose to watch with subtitles in several different languages.

Tickets are available to purchase for 1,500 V coins on V Live, a South Korean live video streaming app that allows users to buy media content with virtual currency. According to a help page, $1 buys 50 V coins, meaning the standard ticket price for the event rounds out to $30. Every ticket holder will have access to an on-demand version of the concert at a later date. Additionally, fans can cop special ticket bundles that include an air ticket set programmed with concert highlights and premium self-recorded videos from the group as well as official fanlights.

During their full set, SuperM will perform hits off their Billboard 200 No. 1 project SuperM: The 1st Mini Album (EP), solo tracks from each member and new, unreleased songs. 

After SuperM gets the ball rolling, WayV will continue paving the way for Beyond LIVE performances on May 2, NCT Dream will take over on May 9, and NCT 127 is slated to perform on May 16 all starting at 3 p.m. KST.