This year’s AKB48 Group Asia Festival will be held online, and you can stream it anywhere in the world. AKB48 fans, mark the date: Sunday, June 27th!
Read on to learn more about the event and how to get tickets.
The AKB48 Group Asia Festival was held for the first time in Bangkok back in January 2019.
The same year, the second event Asia Festival was hosted in Shanghai.
In both events, the AKB48 sister groups united for the first time in the history and was well received in China, Japan and abroad.
In the upcoming third event on June 27th, 2021, Tokyo will be the main stage and all sister groups including AKB48 will join online, from their local venues across Asia.
The online streaming event will incorporate XR technology, which lets you enjoy the online festival in many interactive ways with the content.
Sounds exciting? Don’t miss it!
Tickets are on sale now:
Buy tickets here on Japan Concert Tickets
Live Stream Details
Date: Sunday, June 27th, 2021
Live stream start: 16:30 (Japan time)
Live Streaming Information
Ticket price: ￥1,500 – 3,300 yen (tax included)
Tickets are available for purchasers living outside of Japan:
HOW CAN I WATCH THE AKB48 ASIA FESTIVAL ONLINE CONCERT STREAM?
Buying tickets for the online live-streaming is very similar to buying tickets for a regular concert!
1st step: Go to the ticket sales page and purchase the e-ticket.
2nd step: You will receive a ticket purchase confirmation by email. It includes all the show details and a link to the stream.
3rd step: The stream will start at the time indicated on the ticket. Get your popcorn and drinks ready and enjoy the show! The stream is in real-time, but a recording will also be available for a very limited time after the live stream has ended (see above).
YOU CAN WATCH THE FULL ONLINE PRESS CONFERENCE HERE:
Disclaimer: Information and currency exchange rates as of April 21st, 2021, but subject to change without notice / accuracy of this information is not guaranteed / make sure to double-check if you are planning to attend these shows
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