GRAMMY Museum® to Host (ATEEZ & xikers): A GRAMMY Museum Pop-Up Beginning April 10

For the next two years, the GRAMMY Museum® will be launching various exhibits and programming in celebration of the rising Korean pop music phenomenon. To kick off the Museum’s first display devoted to K-pop, the GRAMMY Museum proudly presents KQ ENT. (ATEEZ & xikers): A GRAMMY Museum Pop-Up, opening for a limited time from April 10 through June 10. The pop-up is on display in the Museum’s 3rd floor red carpet gallery. 


The display will feature KQ Entertainment’s two K-pop boy groups, ATEEZ and xikers. During the run of the exhibit, ATEEZ will become the first K-pop boy group to perform at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.


“Korean pop music is one of the greatest phenomena in the history of recorded music and culture,” said Michael Sticka, President/CEO of the GRAMMY Museum. “The GRAMMY Museum plans to celebrate the world of K-pop, its much-deserved success, and worldwide chart-breaking artists by curating dedicated exhibits and programming over the next two years. We look forward to launching this series with exclusive outfits and props from xikers and ATEEZ, who are making history at Coachella this year.”


“The global spread of K-pop is truly remarkable and it is a great honor to see ATEEZ and xikers represent K-pop music at the GRAMMY Museum. Witnessing our artists’ hard work and dedication being recognized on such a large scale by the GRAMMY Museum is truly a privilege and fills us with so much pride. We aim to continue to do our best to work with our artists to break boundaries in music on the global stage with K-pop,” said Kyu Wook Kim, CEO of KQ Entertainment.


“It’s an honor to have pieces from our latest music release displayed at the GRAMMY Museum, where so many wonderful artists have left a piece of their musical history. There are so many elements involved in the process of our music creation and we’re excited to be able to share some of it through our music video outfits and props,” said ATEEZ.


“We’re so grateful for the opportunity to have our pieces displayed alongside our labelmate and seniors ATEEZ, as well as so many amazing artists that we’ve grown up listening to. Though it’s only been a little over a year since our debut, we’re so happy to take part in this opportunity at the GRAMMY Museum and hope that everyone has fun looking at all the interesting outfits and props that have helped create the xikers world in the music video of our latest release,” said xikers.


Exhibit highlights:

  • ATEEZ’s main look outfits from their 2023 album, THE WORLD EP.FIN : WILLwhich were featured in their music video for “미친  (Crazy Form)
  • Various props from the “미친  (Crazy Form)” music video 
  • xikers outfits from their 2024 EP HOUSE OF TRICKY : Trial And Error, which were featured in their new music video for “We Don’t Stop” 
  • Various props from their first two mini-albums 
  • xikers member JUNGHOON’s outfit from their 2023 debut EP HOUSE OF TRICKY : Doorbell Ringing, which was featured in a performance of their title track “도깨비집 (TRICKY HOUSE)”


For more information regarding ticket reservations for the exhibit, please visit HERE. 

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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