The K-pop group MONSTA X’s US tour has been postponed due to the spread of the COVID-19 Omicron variant.
On January 21, Starship Entertainment announced the postponement of the MONSTA X US and Canada tour ‘2022 MONSTA X NO LIMIT US TOUR,’ scheduled to take place from January to February, through the official social media of MONSTA X.
The agency said, “Due to the spread of COVID-19, the company and the artist coordinated the schedule so that we can safely conduct the concert. We expect that the tour could resume soon. We decided to introduce a new schedule and venue for May and June.”
According to the announcement, MONSTA X plans to hold a total of 9 performances. It will start with the New York concert on May 21 and ends with the LA concert on June 11.
The agency said, “We have coordinated the new performance schedule so that the health protection of the audience, artists, and staff can be carried out in a stable situation. We sincerely apologize to the fans once again for the inconvenience. We will visit you with a safer and cooler performance.”
K-pop group MONSTA X recently released its second full-length album ‘The Dreaming,’ which Korean and international music fans loved a lot.
Also, they appeared on the year-end’s largest concert, ‘Jingle Ball’ tour held in LA to promote their US full-length album. MONSTA X successfully completed its US promotions and returned to Korea on December 21 last year. The members are carrying out personal schedules such as radio broadcasts after self-isolation.