Korean girl-group VIVIZ have been declared as the third K-pop act to join Manila’s Popstival, which has previously declared Brave Girls and Hyolyn.
The group will perform at the CCP Open Grounds in Pasay City on October 21, as part of six K-pop and P-pop acts recently guaranteed by organizers Neuwave Entertainment. Ticketing data presently can’t seem to be uncovered by the organizers, who recently organised Red Velvet, BINI, and BGYO’s ‘Be You’ concert in July at the SM Mall Of Asia Arena in Manila.
Last month, VIVIZ addressed NME about their time contending on Queendom 2, where they eventually completed in third place. Portraying their performance of the unreleased GFRIEND track ‘Red Sun’ on the show, SinB said, “I loved the song so much. I had been hoping for it to be released to the world more than anyone, and I was thrilled to be able to perform it,” a sentiment the group consistently agreed on. Eunha added that “the stage came out perfectly, and it was just like how I imagined it to be”.
The triplet’s new mini-album additionally denotes their first-ever comeback since making their debut in February. Preceding this, VIVIZ had contended in Queendom 2 and released the track ‘Red Sun!’ as part of the show’s final round.
VIVIZ were first formed in October 2021 under Big Planet Made (BPM) Entertainment and are finished by members SinB, Eunha and Umji, every one of whom are former members of the Source Music girl group GFRIEND.