Monsta X is all set to explore North America for their upcoming 2020 World tour. The band has revealed the tour dates on Monday, 13 January on social media. They will hit the road for a run of tour dates across North America. The trek kicks off on 2nd June at The Armory in Minneapolis with stops in major North American Venues.
Seoul based South Korean boys group, Monsta X, was formed through the reality show No Mercy. The group has six members so far. The group released their first studio album in 2017 and their Japanese single ‘Spotlight’ which came out in April 2018 was a big success and received official gold certifications by RIAJ.
The boys band group’s announcement brought lots of joys and excitement for the fans. To add more ecstasy the band has declared a full length sung in English album which will come out on 14 February. Monsta X will perform their hits along with the new tracks to mesmerize the audience across North America.
The boys group will cover 17 dates to put an end to their 2020 North American tour. They will finish the journey through a grand show at The Forum in Los Angeles on 11 July.
The show tickets will go on sale from January 17. Tickets can be collected from the mentioned date as there is no presale. Check out the list to find out when and where your favorite band is performing.
Monsta X Tour Dates and Venues:
June 02 — Minneapolis, MN — The Armory
June 05 — Detroit, MI — Fox Theatre
June 07 — Washington, DC — EagleBank Arena
June 10 — Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
June 12 — Boston, MA — Agganis Arena
June 14 — Toronto, ON — ScotiaBank Arena
June 16 — Chicago, IL — United Center
June 19 — Atlantic City, NJ — Borgata Event Center
June 22 — Atlanta, GA — Infinite Energy Arena (Tickets)
June 24 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL — BB&T Center
June 27 — Ft. Worth, TX — Dickies Arena
June 29 — Denver, CO — Pepsi Center
July 01 — Seattle, WA — accesso ShoWare Center
July 03 — Vancouver, BC — Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
July 06 — San Jose, CA — SAP Center at San Jose
July 08 — Phoenix, AZ — Arizona Federal Theatre
July 11 — Los Angeles, CA — The Forum