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2018 MONSTA X WORLD TOUR "THE CONNECT" in US

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MONSTA X, one of the hottest K-pop bands under the management of Starship Entertainment, is coming back this summer to launch their second U.S. tour in seven major cities across the country.

 

Consisting of members SHOWNU, WONHO, MINHYUK, KIHYUN, HYUNGWON, JOOHEON and I.M, showcasing their extraordinary musical ability and awesome choreography, MONSTA X has taken the K-pop world by storm as the premier band to be. The tour has been one of the highly anticipated one among K-pop fans. MONSTA X sold out all six shows in their 2017 tour in the U.S.

 

All P1 and P2 purchasers will get a chance to participate in a high-touch event with the artists, with an additional bonus gift of a souvenir laminate for all P1 purchasers. The VIP Laminate is about the size of an event credential complete with the official tour graphic on the front and a photo of the members' with a printed autograph on the back.

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Artist Information

South Korean hip-hop boy band MONSTA X was formed in 2015 on the reality television competition NO.MERCY. The septet is composed of leader/vocalist/dancer Shownu (born Son Hyun-woo), vocalist/dancer Wonho (born Lee Ho-seok), vocalist Minhyuk Lee, vocalist Ki-hyun Yoo, vocalist/dancer Hyungwon Chae, rapper Jooheon (born Lee Ho-joon), and rapper I.M (born Lim Chang-kyun).

On NO.MERCY, the group performed covers of songs by Ariana Grande, Justin Timberlake, Jay Park, and others. They released their early singles -- "0 (Young)" and "Interstellar" -- during the show's run. Their debut EP, Trespass, arrived in 2015 and peaked at number five on the Korean charts. The Rush EP followed months later, pushing Monsta X to number three.

In 2016, they released a pair of mini-albums, The Clan, Pt. 1: LOST and Pt. 2: GUILTY. The EPs became their first to break into the Billboard World charts, at number five and three respectively. The third Clan installment was issued in early 2017. Titled Pt. 2.5: The Final Chapter, it topped the Billboard World chart and rose to the number two spot on the Korean chart. That year, Monsta X made their debut in the Japanese-language market with Hero.

~ Neil Z. Yeung, Rovi — Spotify

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*Service and handling fees are added to the price of each ticket.
  • Wed, August 1, 2018
  • 7:30 PM
  • $58.00 - $198.00
  • All Ages
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