Monsta X 2020 World Tour Dates Released: How to Get Tickets

K-pop boy band Monsta X have revealed the dates for their new tour, which kicks off this June.

Tickets for the Monsta X World Tour, which sees the group perform on 17 selected dates in June and July, will be on sale from this Friday (January 17) at 3 p.m. (local time) at LiveNation.com.

The concert series begins on June 2 in Minneapolis and culminates on July 11 in Los Angeles. Other major cities visited on the tour will include Washington, D.C., Boston, Chicago, Phoenix and Atlanta in the U.S. as well as Toronto and Vancouver in Canada.

Monsta X 2020 World Tour Dates

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  • June 2 in Minneapolis, MN at The Armory
  • June 5 in Detroit, MI at the Fox Theatre
  • June 7 in Washington, D.C. at the EagleBank Arena
  • June 10 in Newark, NJ at the Prudential Center
  • June 12 in Boston, MA at the Agganis Arena
  • June 14 in Toronto, ON at the ScotiaBank Arena
  • June 16 in Chicago, IL at the United Center
  • June 19 in Atlantic City, NJ at the Borgata Event Center
  • June 22 in Atlanta, GA at the Infinite Energy Arena
  • June 24 in Fort Lauderdale, FL at the BB&T Center
  • June 27 in Fort Worth, TX at the Dickies Arena
  • June 29 in Denver, CO at the Pepsi Center
  • July 1 in Seattle, WA at the accesso ShoWare Center
  • July 3 in Vancouver, BC at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
  • July 6 in San Jose, CA at the SAP Center at San Jose
  • July 8 in Phoenix, AZ at the Arizona Federal Theatre
  • July 11 in Los Angeles, CA at The Forum

The announcement comes ahead of their album All About Luv, due for release on February 14, which will be the band's first all-English language album.

The 11-track album includes their latest single "Middle of the Night," which was unveiled in December along with a new music video for the song.

Last month, the group also released a new track with Colombian singer Sebastián Yatra, a five-time Latin Grammy-nominated artist, called "Magnetic." The band have also released songs with American artists including will.i.am and French Montana.

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Monsta X debuted in 2014 and have garnered international fame following their appearances on several major U.S. television shows including Good Morning America, Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Monsta X was the first K-pop group to perform at a major U.S. music festival following their appearance at the Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival in Las Vegas. Last month they performed in the Jingle Ball concert series, iHeart Radio's annual music festival, for the second year.

The release of their latest tour dates follows the recent announcement of band member Joohoney's temporary career break due to health concerns. The rapper and songwriter was reported to be suffering symptoms of anxiety and taking a break from activities to improve his health condition.

The band has also been causing a storm on social media in recent months following the departure of former Monsta X member Wonho, who exited the group following various allegations about his past including the illegal use of marijuana.

Several Monsta X fans have expressed their outrage over Wonho's exit, pleading for his reinstatement. Many claimed Wonho was unfairly dismissed from the band based on false rumors and that he is a victim of "cyberbullying culture."

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