Everything NCT 127 Fans Need to Know About Global Citizen Festival
Here’s how NCTzens can make the most of the K-pop band’s first performance in NYC.
Hey, NCTzens! Think you know all things NCT 127? Check out our guide below to see if you are ready to fully experience the K-pop boy band at the 2019 Global Citizen Festival in New York City.
1. This is NCT 127’s first New York City show.
We’re honored to welcome Doyoung, Mark, Johnny, Haechan, Yuta, Taeyong, Taeil, and Jaehyun to Central Park on Sept. 28 for their first-ever NYC show. If you are the kind of NCTzen who wants to watch from as close to the stage as possible, you may want to arrive early. Doors for the festival open at 2 p.m. ET. Either way, be prepared to wait in line for a security screening.
2. The group will play as part of the full Global Citizen Festival lineup.
While we wish the boys could perform every song from We Are Superhuman, NCT 127 is part of the larger lineup of incredible artists playing from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET. We won’t be announcing set times, so be sure to not miss a minute of the festival whether you are tuning in or attending in the park.
3. The show is free, but everyone needs a ticket to get into the event.
Did you take action for the chance to win tickets to the 2019 festival? If not, NYC-area residents still have a few opportunities to earn a pair of passes to see NCT 127 by showing up at the Global Citizen booth in Central Park on Sept. 22, taking action at Hudson Yards, and keep an eye on our Instagram for your final chances to earn tickets throughout Brooklyn and Manhattan. No one will be permitted into the park without a ticket.
NYC! 🗽We're headed your way on 9/28.— NCT 127 (@NCTsmtown_127) August 27, 2019
You should come see our show for FREE!
Download the Global Citizen app today to start earning points toward 2019 Festival tickets: https://t.co/wY77FuHpBA#PowerTheMovementpic.twitter.com/BeGz4aTWWv
4. Central Park prohibits certain items from entering the grounds.
Unfortunately, if you’re planning to bring your NCT 127 Fanlight, you’re out of luck. The NYC Parks department strictly prohibits them for safety reasons. You can find a full list of what’s allowed inside along with other answers to frequently asked questions here.
5. You can watch the whole performance in real time anywhere in the world.
Can’t attend the festival? Follow along wherever you are to see NCT 127 with Queen + Adam Lambert, Pharrell, Alicia Keys, OneRepublic, H.E.R., Carole King, and more live from the Great Lawn. Here’s how to watch, listen, stream, and follow the full event.
6. Anyone can host an NCT 127-themed watched party on Sept. 28.
7. Post your festival photos from wherever you are using #PowerTheMovement.
Connect with us and other Global Citizens by tagging us and #PowerTheMovement on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Snapchat, and wherever else you can help spread the word to end extreme poverty. We’ll share our favorites from the day on our account.
The 2019 Global Citizen Festival in New York will be presented by Citi and Cisco and in association with our Production Partner, Live Nation. MSNBC, Comcast NBCUniversal, and iHeart will serve as Presenting Media Partners and will air a live simulcast of the Festival on MSNBC and on iHeart Radio Stations. The Festival will also be livestreamed on YouTube and Twitter, presented by Johnson & Johnson.
Proud partners of the 2019 Global Citizen Festival include Global Citizen’s global health partner and major partner Johnson & Johnson, and major partners P&G, Verizon, and NYC Parks.