This post is about a past tour. For upcoming BiSH concerts in Japan see >here<.
Alt-idol group BiSH is embarking on a massive 24-show Japan tour this October. The tour will take them to mid-sized concert halls from Kyushu to Hokkaido.
BiSH (aka Brand-new idol SHiT) are not your regular J-Pop idols. The band started in 2015 as an independent idol group, dancing to metal riffs and crowd-surfing in underground venues. Since then, their repertoire has grown to include more pop tracks – possibly because of their “upgrade” to a major label (avex trax). Nevertheless, you can expect them to rock at their live performances (the organizers now explicitly prohibit crowd-surfing)!
Check out their video from their 2018 show at Makuhari Messe:
JAPAN SHOW DATES
2019.10.5 (SAT) – Sun City Koshigaya, Saitama
2019.10.13 (SUN) – Civic Hall, Sears Home Yume Hall, Kumamoto
2019.10.14 (MON) – Sun Palace Hotel & Hall, Fukuoka
2019.10.18 (FRI) – ROHM Theatre, Kyoto
2019.10.22 (TUE) – Numazu Civic Cultural Center, Shizuoka
2019.10.27 (SUN) – Rexxam Hall, Takamatsu
2019.11.3 (SUN) – Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall, Aichi
2019.11.4 (MON) – Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall, Aichi
2019.11.9 (SAT) – Matsuyama Civic Center, Ehime
2019.11.14 (THU) – Olympus Hall Hachiōji, Tokyo
2019.11.16 (SAT) – Shunanshi Bunka Hall, Yamaguchi
2019.11.17 (SUN) – Uenogakuen Hall, Hiroshima
2019.11.23 (SAT) – Hondanomori Hall, Kanazawa
2019.11.24 (SUN) – Hokuto Culture Hall, Nagano
2019.11.29 (FRI) – Sagami Women’s University Green Hall, Sagamihara, Kanagawa
2019.12.4 (WED) – Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo
2019.12.7 (SAT) – Sapporo Cultural Arts Theater hitaru, Hokkaido
2019.12.13 (FRI) – Sendai Sun Plaza, Miyagi
2019.12.14 (SAT) – Morioka Civic Cultural Hall, Iwate
2020.1.10 (FRI) – Kobe International House Kokusai Hall, Kobe
2020.1.11 (SAT) – Orix Theater, Osaka
2020.1.18 (SAT) – Utsunomiya Bunka Kaikan, Tochigi
2020.1.22 (WED) – NHK Hall, Tokyo
2020.1.23 (THU) – NHK Hall, Tokyo
S seats: ¥7,000
A seats: ¥3,500
Almost all seats will be S seats, arena floor and stands.
A seats will probably be seats with bad or obstructed view (possibly incl. seats behind the stage).
A number of pre-order lotteries (fan club and public) have already ended.
General sale has started on various Japanese playguides, including eplus, Ticket Pia and L-tike (these might not be accessible to fans outside of Japan, though). If in Japan already, you can also purchase tickets at convenience stores, as long as the show is not sold out yet.
Disclaimer: Information as of Sep 17th, 2019 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