After postponing their planned North American tour twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic, K-pop band Monsta X announced the re-rescheduled dates for the long-awaited outing.
[MUSIC - MONSTA X, "FANTASIA"]
JORDYN ROLLING: This time it's for real. After postponing their planned North American tour twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic, on Monday, May 24th, Monsta X announced the rescheduled dates for the long awaited outing. And the trek, which was first supposed to happen in June-July 2020 and then set to begin last month, will now take place in early 2022. The 13 date US, Canada tour will kick off on January 29th in New York, and hit Toronto, Chicago, Detroit Fairfax, Virginia, Boston, Atlantic City, Atlanta, Sunrise, Florida, Fort Worth, Denver and Phoenix before wrapping up in Los Angeles on February 27th.
But before then, fans will get some new music as Monsta X is currently teasing their ninth mini-album "One of a Kind" set to drop June 1st. In the meantime, check out their recently released Japanese album "Flavors of Love," which includes Japanese versions of "Fantasia" and "Love Killa"
[MUSIC - MONSTA X, "LOVE KILLA"]
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