MONSTA X LIVE STREAM CONCERT, TICKETS ON SALE NOW

MONSTA X NOMINATED FOR BEST K-POP

AT THE 2020 MTV VMAs

SET TO PERFORM THEIR VERY OWN

LIVE STREAM CONCERT 

WATCH LIVE ON: August 8th 11PM EST

STREAM ON: LivexLive.com/MonstaX  

PURCHASE TICKETS: HERE

Worldwide phenomenon, Monsta X, has been nominated for a MTV VMA, as announced by Variety. Their smash hit “Someone’s Someone” is up for “Best K-Pop.” The band is also gearing up for their highly anticipated full-length global concert, taking place on August 8th at 8:00PM PT / 11:00PM ET. VIP bundles sold out within minutes, but additional ticket packages are still currently on sale (purchase here). The pay-per-view concert marks the first and only time Monsta X will perform this particular set list, combining both English-language and Korean-language songs. The event will feature never-before-seen choreographed routines as well as backstage footage, interviews and fan interaction. 

They’ve also teamed up with Radio.com for their LIVE! FANDEMIC series. The interview will be airing on Thursday, August 6th, and fans can submit questions via Twitter NOW….HERE! Earlier this year, Monsta X, voiced their support for the Black Lives Matter Movement, during a performance with TIME Magazine for their TIME100 Talks. “As U.N. ambassadors for sustainable Goal 16 we stand for peace and justice,” rapper I.M said, further stating, “As such we have supported Black Lives Matter activism, and we believe that it’s time to acknowledge the issue and fix it.” 

Last month, Monsta X released their mini album FANTASIA X, which quickly claimed the #1 spot on U.S. iTunes Albums Chart. Overall, 2020 has been a busy and rewarding year for Monsta X. The band also released ALL ABOUT LUV in February, which marked the first all English-language album released by a K-pop group ever, and also debuted at No.5 on the Billboard 200 Chart, making it only the 3rd K-Pop group to chart within the top 10. The album kicked off 2020 with a splash, garnering rave reviews from places such as NPRETVarietyAccessAPForbesConsequence Of SoundBillboard, and TIME who stated ““You Can’t Hold My Heart” is a change of pace: en emo pop-rock track with guitar backing. It’s sweet but salty, and tightly executed with its nods to rock. And it’s a sign of dissolving borders — across language, across genre, across culture.”

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