December 24, 2023

Monsta X Documentary ‘The Dreaming’ Finally Arrives on Streaming: Here’s How to Watch the Concert Film Online

First released in theaters in December 2021, the documentary film will be available to stream on-demand beginning January 1


K-pop superstars Monsta X may be on hiatus, but they’re giving their fans a special treat for the new year with the official streaming release of their 2021 concert film, Monsta X: The Dreaming.

First released in theaters in December 2021, the documentary film will be available to watch online via the concert streaming site Veeps, beginning on January 1 at 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT.

Fans can purchase an individual ticket to watch Monsta X: The Dreaming online for a one-time fee of $19.99 here. Your ticket gets you access to the movie for one week.

The best value: sign-up for a Veeps All Access subscription for just $120 and get unlimited access to stream Monsta X: The Dreaming online for an entire year. You’ll also get on-demand access to all of Veeps’ concert films, documentaries, comedy specials, podcasts and more, with featured artists like ENHYPEN, Alicia Keys, Lainey Wilson, Tove Lo and Pentatonix, to name a few. The Veeps library currently has more than 500 shows and more than 3,000 hours of content that subscribers can stream for free.

Worth noting: a Veeps All Access pass saves you 17% versus paying month to month (a single month subscription to Veeps costs $11.99).

How to Watch Monsta X: The Dreaming Online

Veeps is the only place to watch Monsta X: The Dreaming online. While there may be free concert streaming links on sites like Reddit, Veeps is the official streaming home to the K-pop group’s latest documentary.

Though the film was released more than a year ago, the Veeps stream will feature exclusive content, including never-before-seen interviews with Shownu, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Joohoney and I.M, along with a “special concert clip exclusively for Monbebe.”

Your Veeps ticket gets you a Monsta X: The Dreaming streaming link to watch the film on your phone, tablet, computer or connected TV.

Per a release, The Dreaming follows the group “as they go from music stardom in South Korea to becoming a global phenomenon. Featuring interviews, a behind-the-scenes look at their rehearsals, life on the road, explosive performances, and songs from The Dreaming, their second English-language album, the film serves as a must-see for current fans as well as a primer for anyone new to the Monsta X world.”

Veeps’ airing of Monsta X: The Dreaming hopes to tie fans over, as the group is currently enlisted in mandatory military service in South Korea. The Dreaming is also the latest concert film to hit streaming services: Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour movie just arrived on VOD on December 13 — the singer’s birthday.

Originally posted at: Rolling Stone