Live Review: Sold Out Atlanta Crowd Goes Wild For MONSTA X


Fox Theatre: Atlanta, GA

Constantly making big strides in America, the 7-piece boy group is currently touring across the country on their “We Are Here” World Tour. 

Before opening its doors, fans of all ages formed an enormous line that wrapped around the Fox Theatre. Several excitedly held light sticks and banners with the faces of MONSTA X as they waited for doors to open. The excitement foreshadowed of what was yet to come.

As showtime approached, the 7 members (Shownu, Wonho, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Jooheon, Minhyuk, and I.M) of MONSTA X were passionately welcomed to the stage as the venue erupted into screams and cheers. Starting with a fan favorite, “Shoot Out,” blue and red lights constantly flashed across the theatre as the members moved in sync with one another. Dressed in black and gold, the members quickly mesmerized the sold-out crowd with their clear vocals and impressive choreography. Without slowing anything down, MONSTA X smoothly transitioned to “Hero,” and “Trespass.

Taking a small breather, MONSTA X took the time to greet their fans before continuing the night with “Party Time,” and the Korean version of “Play It Cool.” Creating an opportunity to bond with their fans, the members asked the crowd if they knew the English lyrics. With a positive response from the crowd, both the members and the audience went on to sing the English chorus of “Play It Cool.”


As the night progressed, the members separated into three different sub units, allowing the members to effectively showcase their individual talents. Dressed in black suits and starting the sub unit performances, Minhyuk, Hyungwon, and Kihyun performed a cover of Bazzi’s “Myself.” After their seductive performance, the trio left the crowd begging for more as they left the stage. Fueling the crowd with energy, Jooheon and I.M changed the level of intensity as they demonstrated their rap skills while performing “Sambakja.” While having teleported the crowd to what felt an underground rap concert, Jooheon also took the time to reveal his amazing drum abilities as I.M hyped him up. Not afraid in showing a sexier side of themselves, Wonho and Shownu finished off the sub unit performances as they thrusted and slid across the stage’s floor.

While the night was filled with nonstop excitement, the members of MONSTA X kept thanking their fans throughout the show. Constantly amazed with the American crowd, the boys made it clear how thankful they were to be performing in front of their fans.

Effectively demonstrating both their talents and personalities, the 7 piece boy group will instantly win you over. With only three more shows left, the “We Are Here” Tour is a must attend event. From its high production value to the multiple outfit changes, this will be a tour you will not want to miss.

In the meanwhile, check out some of the images of the Atlanta show down below!

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Remaining “We Are Here” Tour dates:

Aug. 3 — New York, NY — Hulu Theater

Aug. 6 — Chicago, IL — Rosemont Theatre

Aug. 10 — Los Angeles, CA — Staples Center




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