SEVENTEEN 2020 Japan Dome Tour (May)

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If you didn’t get the chance to see SEVENTEEN live in 2019, or you just want to party with them again, here’s some good news:

SEVENTEEN are coming back to Japan in May 2020 for 5 huge shows!

If you are not a CARAT member yet, it could be worth joining for the ticket lottery.

Here is the official teaser of the 2020 Japan Dome Tour:

2020 Japan Dome Tour Dates

May 19th, 2020 (Tue) – Tokyo Dome
Doors: 16:00 / Start: 18:00
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May 20th, 2020 (Wed) – Tokyo Dome
Doors: 16:00 / Start: 18:00
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May 23rd, 2020 (Sat) – Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome
Doors: 16:00 / Start: 18:00
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May 27th, 2020 (Wed) – Kyocera Dome, Osaka
Doors: 16:00 / Start: 18:00
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May 28th, 2020 (Thu) – Kyocera Dome, Osaka
Doors: 13:30 / Start: 15:30
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Ticket categories

Reserved seats (指定席): ¥11,000
Reserved seats with restricted view (注釈付き指定席): ¥11,000

“Restricted view” means that from these seats the stage is only partially visible or not visible at all. There might be building structures blocking the view, or the seats might be behind the stage.

Sales Phases

  1. CARAT Fan Club preorder lottery: December 20 – January 6
    Result announcement/payment window: January 10-17
    For fans who become members of the fan club before Dec 15th.
  2. Additional fan club sale rounds (not confirmed but common)
  3. Playguide preorder lotteries (not confirmed but likely)
  4. General sale: March 8th
    On playguides; smallest chance to get tickets at this stage.

Ticket Shopping Services (e.g. Tickets Galore Japan) might be able to help you with purchasing from playguides or Japanese resellers.

If you couldn’t purchase tickets through the fan club or general sale, resale tickets might be the only remaining option BUT they are gamble because there might be ID/name checks at the entrance.
Outside Japan, resale tickets might be available on Viagogo or Stubhub.

Want to know everything about buying concert tickets in Japan? Start with The 5 Basics About the Japanese Ticketing System 

Disclaimer: *** Information as of November 13th, 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 ***