MONSTA X Takes Part In Lineup For MTV Unplugged At Home Series
MONSTA X will be serenading fans and music lovers as they take part in another broadcast-from-home series!
MONSTA X will make a surprise appearance on the new version of MTV’s latest series Unplugged At Home.
Together with various international stars like FINNEAS, Alessia Cara, Yungblud, and more, the boy group has been announced recently as part of the MTV Unplugged At Home performer lineup.
MTV Unplugged At Home is a version of the popular U.S. music channel MTV’s Unplugged series, where talented artists perform acoustic sets live, and was launched as part of MTV’s global SNS campaign #AloneTogether.
The series’ production will be conducted with the aim of educating young fans on social distance to contain and reduce the spread of COVID-19, and the artists in the lineup will be shown performing at their respective homes.
Making up the stellar lineup alongside MONSTA X for the digital mini-concert series campaign as well are Grammy Awards winner FINNEAS, Melissa Etheridge, Bazzi, CNCO, Shaggy, and Jewel.
Singer-songwriter Alessia Cara and rising rockstar Yungblud already kicked off the series earlier this April.
On April 22, MONSTA X announced that their performance in the series will be aired on April 24 at 12 noon ET (or April 25 at 1 AM KST). Additionally, the broadcast will be unveiled through various SNS channels such as MTV’s YouTube, Instagram and Twitter.
We are SO excited to share the performance we did for @mtv unplugged this Friday at noon ET. What songs do you think we’ll perform? ? #MTVunplugged #MONSTAX #MONSTA_X #몬스타엑스 pic.twitter.com/pSuaKsWPHR
— 몬스타엑스_MONSTA X (@OfficialMonstaX) April 22, 2020
Last March 28, the group also took part in Twitch’s Stream Aid 2020 COVID-19 relief initiative together with fellow K-Pop groups (G)I-DLE and Stray Kids. As the day-long event drew to a close, it was able to collect over $2.76 million as donations for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization by the United Nations Foundation.
Thank you to everyone who helped #TwitchStreamAid raise $2,766,857.12 and counting for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO powered by the United Nations Foundation.
— Twitch (@Twitch) March 29, 2020
Press release from Starship Entertainment
Photo from MTV