Monsta X Ink Deal With Epic Records

Continuing a banner year marked by sold out arena shows, tens of millions of streams, and widespread critical acclaim, K-pop supergroup and worldwide phenomenon, Monsta X, sign to Epic Recordsfor their English language recordings and worldwide distribution ex Korea.

“K-pop has indelibly impacted the global conversation and influenced culture everywhere. At the top of that conversation, you’ll find Monsta X. They’re ushering the genre into the future with an original style befitting of their experience, passion, and diverse influences. We’re honored to welcome them to the Epic Records family,” said Epic Records Chairman and C.E.O. Sylvia Rhone.

“We are thrilled to join the Epic Family alongside some of the artists we admire the most. This is like a dream come true and we still can’t believe that this is happening to us. We can’t thank our monbebe enough for their endless support and for making everything possible,” said Monsta X.

Currently on the cusp of their seventeen-date “we are here” would tour, Monsta X will only catapult further in the U.S. market with this prestigious partnership. Kicking off on June 1st in Bangkok, the tour will weave through places such as Sydney, London, Mexico City, closing out with a bang in 6 cities throughout the U.S.


DATE                  CITY                        VENUE

June 1                    Bangkok, TH            Thunder Dome

June 5                    Sydney, AU               ICC Sydney Theatre

June 8                    Melbourne, AU        Margaret Court Arena

June 22                 Kuala Lumpur, MY  Stadium Malawati

June 29                 Madrid, ES                Palacio Vistalegre

July 3                    Amsterdam, NL        AFAS Live (Heineken Music Hall)

July 6                    Paris, FR                     La Seine Musicale

July 9                    London, UK               The SSE Arena Wembley

July 13                  Berlin, DE                  Mercedes-Benz Arena (O2 World Berlin)

July 19                  São Paulo, BR           Espaco das Americas

July 21                  Mexico City, MX      Teatro Metropolitan

July 25                 Dallas, TX                  Verizon Theatre

July 27                 Houston, TX              Smart Financial Centre

July 30                Atlanta, GA                Fox Theatre

August 3             New York, NY            Hulu Theater

August 6            Chicago, IL                  Rosemont Theatre

August 10          Los Angeles, CA         Staples Center

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