South Korean boy band Monsta X is returning to North America in 2020.
The K-pop group announced Monday on Instagram that it will perform in the U.S. and Canada during its upcoming world tour.
Monsta X kicks off the North American leg of its tour June 2 in Minneapolis, Minn., and will bring the dates to a close July 11 in Los Angeles, Calif. Tickets go on sale Friday at 3 p.m. EST.
Monsta X also shared a video featuring some of its previous moments in the U.S. The group gave a shoutout to its fans, known as Monbebe, in the caption.
"We're coming back to the U.S. & Canada! We can't wait to see you monbebe," the group wrote.
Monsta X performed the English-language song "Middle of the Night" on Live with Kelly and Ryan in December. The song appears on the group's forthcoming album, All About Luv, scheduled for release Feb. 14 on Valentine's Day.
All About Luv is Monsta X's first English-language album. The album also includes the singles "Who Do U Luv?" featuring French Montana, "Love U" and "Someone's Someone."
Monsta X consists of Shownu, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Joohoney and I.M, and last released the EP Follow: Find You in October. The group is known for the singles "Trespass,""Beautiful," "Alligator," "Find You" and "Follow."
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Here's the full list of North American dates for Monsta X's world tour:
June 2 -- Minneapolis, Minn., at The Armory
June 5 -- Detroit, Mich., at Fox Theatre
June 7 -- Washington, D.C., at EagleBank Arena
June 10 -- Newark, N.J., at Prudential Center
June 12 -- Boston, Mass., at Agganis Arena
June 14 -- Toronto, Ontario, at ScotiaBank Arena
June 16 -- Chicago, Ill., at United Center
June 19 -- Atlantic City, N.J., at Borgata Event Center
June 22 -- Atlanta, Ga., at Infinite Energy Arena
June 24 -- Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., at BB&T Center
June 27 -- Ft. Worth, Texas, at Dickies Arena
June 29 -- Denver, Colo., at Pepsi Center
July 1 -- Seattle, Wash., at accesso ShoWare Center
July 2 -- Vancouver, B.C., at Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
July 6 -- San Jose, Calif., SAP Center at San Jose
July 8 -- Phoenix, Ariz., at Arizona Federal Theatre
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