You can’t go to a kpop concert without a your favorite groups’ kpop lightstick. If you’re new to kpop, a light stick is your way to show your support to your favorite kpop artists. It’s part the concert experience. Each artist or group has their own unique lightsticks that their fans use. These sometime change over time and for different concerts.
Here’s some of the top most requested kpop lightsticks, and where to buy them:
We’re going to be updating this list soon, so if your favorite group isn’t listed here check back soon. Also, leave us a comment to let us know what lightsticks you are looking for.
Some of the most popular artists we get asked about for kpop fan light sticks are: EXO, Big Bang, Mamamoo, Infinite, 2NE1, Block B, SNSD (Girls Generation). We’re going to be talking about the best kpop light stick resources so you can find and buy your own.
Here’s a great video by Anabelle Lee of Lost.ByTheBlueSea showing off here kpop lightstick collection.
Features on New Lightsticks
Some lightsticks now even having interactive functionality! For example, EXO’s official lightstick version 2.0 can sync up with your phone to your concert ticket. It read the barcode on your concert ticket and registers where you will be sitting. Then, when you are at the concert, your lightstick will synchronize to the stage lighting!
You can use them at concerts to show your support, and they make great souvenirs and decoration for your room. For more EXO, check out other EXO official merchandise.
Kpop Lightstick Fandom Color
If you’ve ever wondered what the official fan colors are for the different groups, this is a handy chart. It doesn’t include some of the newer groups, but it is pretty comprehensive.
There is some debate over colors, though. For example, TVXQ (DBSK) fans were petitioning when iKON starting using their color, or at least what they felt was too close in color. Kpop fans are very enthusiastic and protectic of their groups, so the Cassiopeia was pretty adamant about it. They even started a petition. You can read more about the TVXQ and iKON fan colors issues here.
Usually, though, most bands have their own colors and no one causes a fuss.
I hope that this page gives you what you are looking for. I’m trying my best to stay on top of the latest developments in kpop and make sure that the biggest groups are properly represented here.
I want to make sure that this site stays current with the most popular kpop stars, so if you don’t see your favorite kpop group here, leave me a message and let me know.
One artists I have not been able to find a lightstick for is Red Velvet. It seems that they for some reason don’t have an official one. In fact, their fans have been using rainbow colors dusters as a placeholder until their official lightstick comes out.
I find it kind of strange that they don’t have one yet. They are very popular, and on a global scale too. I’m not sure why SM Entertainment hasn’t given them an official lightstick, yet. But, I’m sure they will :)