Stray Kids are set to make history as the first K-pop boy group to headline the upcoming July festivals I-Days in Milan and BST Hyde Park in London.

Announced through their official social media channels on January 30th (local time), Stray Kids will perform at the I-Days festival at the IPPODROMO SNAI in Milan on July 12th, followed by a performance at BST Hyde Park in London on July 14th.

I-Days, which began in 1999, has featured prominent artists like Green Day, Liam Gallagher, Blink 182, and Justin Bieber. This year, the festival boasts an impressive lineup including legendary band Metallica, Doja Cat, Lana Del Rey, Bring Me The Horizon, and Sum41, with Stray Kids being the first K-pop act and headliner to perform. Similarly, at the renowned British music festival BST Hyde Park, Stray Kids marks the first K-pop boy group to take on the role of headliners.

Recently, Stray Kids attended the 'Yellow Coin Gathering Charity Event' (Le Gala des Pièces Jaunes) at Accor Arena in Paris, France, becoming the first K-pop boy group to participate in this event organized by the French hospital foundation 'Yellow Coin Gathering Charity' (Opération pièces jaunes), chaired by France's First Lady Brigitte Macron. The charity aims to raise funds for hospitalized children and teenagers. At the event, Stray Kids performed their third studio album '5-STAR' (Five Star) title track 'Thunderous', the song 'TOPLINE (Feat. Tiger JK)', and their hit 'God's Menu', showcasing their remarkable performance skills.

Stray Kids continues to achieve significant success across various platforms, demonstrating their global popularity. Their mini-album 'MAXIDENT' title track 'CASE 143' music video surpassed 100 million views on YouTube on January 25th, maintaining their title as the 'K-pop 4th generation boy group with the most music videos exceeding 100 million views'. Additionally, Stray Kids has been nominated for the 'Group of the Year' category at the upcoming People's Choice Awards on February 18th and for 'K-pop Artist of the Year' and 'K-pop Song of the Year' at the '2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards' on April 1st.