2023 MAMA AWARDS is Headed to Tokyo Dome on November 28 and 29

CJ ENM announced today this year’s dates and location for “2023 MAMA AWARDS”: the World’s No.1 K-POP awards will be held at Tokyo Dome, Japan from November 28 to 29. 


Boasting a 24-year legacy, MAMA AWARDS has been at the forefront of K-POP’s expansion by hosting the ceremony across Asia, including Macao, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Japan. The awards show further cements its status as K-POP’s biggest night as this year it invites fans to Tokyo Dome, one of the most prestigious venues in Japan with a capacity of 50,000. 


2023 MAMA AWARDS will center around the concept of “ONE I BORN” which symbolizes “I” and “MAMA,” each holding infinite possibilities, coming together to create positive energy, and becoming a perfect “ONE”. The ceremony has always acted as a bridge between global fans, carrying on the message of “Music Makes ONE,” and this year’s concept stays true to that mission. 2023 MAMA AWARDS is set to bring disruptive performances that visualize the notion of a boundless “I,” stages that express the true color of the artists as well as interactive arrangements that connect everyone through K-POP. Fans can check out this year’s concept on the teaser page of the Mnet Plus app. 


Joon-beom Sim, Head of Music Entertainment at CJ ENM said,

 “MAMA AWARDS is a ceremony that acknowledges the most outstanding K-POP artists as chosen by global fans, and it will continue to serve as a platform where countless music fans can engage and unite as one, transcending regions, backgrounds, and generations. We aim to spread the value of our statement ‘Music Makes ONE’ by embodying spectacular potential, boundless imagination, and positive energy.”


More information will follow in the coming weeks. Stay tuned on KpopWise for details on the artist lineup and more content leading up to the awards show!

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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