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Avril Lavigne, Richie Sambora and other artists have announced extra shows in addition to their appearances at Summer Sonic.
Lady Gaga comes to Japan in August 2014
Two years ago she sold out Saitama Super Arena trice with her “Born This Way Ball” show. In August this year, she will be back to Japan with a new show: the”Artpop Ball”.
Only one concert has been announced, so far:Update: One additional show has been announced for August 14th. Regular tickets are still available (except Cat. S)
2014.08.13 (Wed) – Tokyo QVC Marine Field
2014.08.14 (Thu) – Tokyo QVC Marine Field (additional date)
Regular ticket sales for the show on Aug 13th will start on April 5th. As usual in Japan, there is a pre-order phase which will start on March 13th, 3pm (Japan time).
There will be four ticket categories:
Premium Arena Standing: JPY 25,000
> The ground floor standing area will be split into different blocks. The premium area consists of the blocks which are closest to the stage. How large the premium area will be, is not disclosed, yet.
Arena Standing: JPY 15,000
> The rest of the ground floor standing area.
S seats: JPY 15,000
> Most reserved seats in the stadium will be S seats.
A seats: JPY 10,000
> Usually, a small number of seats which are furthest away or have otherwise restricted view are categorized as A seats.
The newest information about the soon-starting pre-order will first be available on this site (only Japanese): http://www.ladygaga-japantour2014.com/
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Bob Dylan 14-date Japan Spring Tour 2014 Announced
The Japanese audiences are getting their fair share of “oldies but goodies” in 2014:
Eric Clapton, Rolling Stones, Jeff Beck, Toto…and now Bob Dylan!
And Dylan must like Japan, as he is going to stay in Japan for around a month, playing 14 club shows.
2014.03.31 – Tokyo Zepp DiverCity
2014.04.01 – Tokyo Zepp DiverCity
2014.04.03 – Tokyo Zepp DiverCity
2014.04.04 – Tokyo Zepp DiverCity
2014.04.05 – Tokyo Zepp DiverCity (additional show)
2014.04.07 – Tokyo Zepp DiverCity
2014.04.08 – Tokyo Zepp DiverCity
2014.04.09 – Tokyo Zepp DiverCity (additional show)
2014.04.10 – Tokyo Zepp DiverCity (additional show)
2014.04.13 – Zepp Sapporo (Hokkaido)
2014.04.14 – Zepp Sapporo (Hokkaido)
2014.04.17 – Zepp Nagoya
2014.04.18 – Zepp Nagoya
2014.04.17 – Zepp Fukuoka (for your informarion, it’s pronounced “foo-quo-ca“)
2014.04.21 – Zepp Osaka
2014.04.22 – Zepp Osaka
2014.04.23 – Zepp Osaka
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Tickets will go on regular sale in January 18th but they can be pre-ordered through organizer’s website UDO artists.
If you have trouble navigating through the Japanese site and/or don’t have a Japanese credit card or address, check out our ticket service.
For all shows, there are two types of tickets available:
I) First and second floor standing.
Usually the first floor is an all standing area while the 2nd floor standing area is behind the balcony seats.
Price: JPY 13,000
II) Second floor seats.
There are around 100-200 balcony seats in the Zepp venues.
Price: JPY 22,000
This is Zepp Tokyo DiverCity (other Zepp venues are very similar) taken from the balcony:(c) livehis.com
The balcony seats:(c) livehis.com
The standing area behind the balcony seats:(c) livehis.com