Mariah Carey Japan Tour 2018

Mariah Carey Japan Tour 2018

With songs such as “Without You”, “Hero” or “We Belong Together”, Mariah Carey has written pop history. Having released 18 No. 1 hits and sold more than 200 Million albums she is definitely one of the most successful female singers ever.

Now she is going to tour Asia and has announced three shows in Japan! If you want to see her in Osaka or in the legendary Budokan in Tokyo but aren’t sure how or where to get tickets, make sure to read on.

Japan Concert Dates 2018

October 29th (Mon) – Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium
Open: 18:00 / Start: 19:00
Some ticket categories sold out already / Find tickets on Stubhub or through Japan Concert Tickets

October 31st (Wed) – Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Open: 18:00 / Start: 19:00
Regular tickets sold out (except seats with obstructed view) / Find resale tickets on Stubhub or through Japan Concert Tickets

November 1st (Thu) – Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Open: 18:00 / Start: 19:00
Regular tickets sold out (except seats with obstructed view) / Find resale tickets on Stubhub or through Japan Concert Tickets

Ticket categories (face value)

A seats: JPY 11,000
S seats: JPY 13,000
SS seats: JPY 15,000
VIP S seats: JPY 22,000
VIP SS seats: JPY 100,000 (strict ID/name checks announced for this category)

The large majority of the seats in the venues will be SS seats. A and S are small areas far from the stage. VIP S are on the floor, in front of the stage while VIP SS are even closer and also include a “Meet & Greet” opportunity (subject to change). However, VIP SS seats can’t be used unless they have your name on them (not possible anymore at this stage).

Note: Children under 6 years are not allowed entry. Children aged 6 or above need a ticket.

How to buy tickets

General sale is scheduled to start on September 22nd, but there has already been a pre-sale through which practically all Toyo tickets have sold out (not uncommon in Japan), as did most tickets for the Osaka show (currently some S and SS seats available).
To purchase tickets from abroad, you might need help of someone based in Japan.
You can use our JCT Ticket Service, or find resale tickets yourself, for example on Stubhub.

Disclaimer: *** Information as of Aug 27th, 2018 but subject to change without notice / more dated might be added later / accuracy of this information is not guaranteed / make sure to double-check if you are planning to attend these shows ***

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