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Ásgeir

Live in Japan 2020

Icelandic singer-songwriter and musician Ásgeir Trausti is back in Japan in September. On February 7, 2020, Ásgeir’s upcoming album “Bury the Moon” will be released.

Tickets: ¥6,500 (1F standing and 2F reserved seats)

Pre-Sale: from February 8th on various playguides
General Sale: from February 22nd
Resale tickets (even if sold out): Stubhub or Viagogo

Picture by Kim Matthäi Leland used under CC

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.

[Postponed] Alanis Morissette

“Jagged Little Pill” 25th Anniversary Tour

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of her 1990s hit album Jagged Little Pill, American-Canadian singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette is performing across the globe including Japan. 

Standing: ¥10,000 (approx. US $97)

Find out about where to buy tickets, in our main article.

Photo by Justin Higuchi/Flickr used under CC BY 2.0.

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.

[Postponed] Alanis Morissette

“Jagged Little Pill” 25th Anniversary Tour

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of her 1990s hit album Jagged Little Pill, American-Canadian singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette is performing across the globe including Japan. 

Standing: ¥10,000 (approx. US $97)
Seated (balcony): ¥15,000 (approx. US $138 – only Osaka show)

Find out about where to buy tickets, in our main article.

Photo by Justin Higuchi/Flickr used under CC BY 2.0.

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.

[Canceled] Mac DeMarco

Here Comes The Cowboy Tour 2020

To promote his fourth full-length album ‘Here Comes The Cowboy,’ Mac DeMarco is performing in different countries including Japan! For more information, see our full article here.

Tickets: ¥6,000 (standing)

Picture by Ralph Arvesen used under CC

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.

[Canceled] Mac DeMarco

Here Comes The Cowboy Tour 2020

To promote his fourth full-length album ‘Here Comes The Cowboy,’ Mac DeMarco is performing in different countries including Japan! For more information, see our full article here.

Tickets: ¥6,000 (standing)

Picture by Ralph Arvesen used under CC

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.

[Canceled] Mac DeMarco

Here Comes The Cowboy Tour 2020

To promote his fourth full-length album ‘Here Comes The Cowboy,’ Mac DeMarco is performing in different countries including Japan! For more information, see our full article here.

Tickets: ¥6,000 (standing)

Picture by Ralph Arvesen used under CC

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.

[Canceled] Mac DeMarco

Here Comes The Cowboy Tour 2020

To promote his fourth full-length album ‘Here Comes The Cowboy,’ Mac DeMarco is performing in different countries including Japan! For more information, see our full article here.

Tickets: ¥6,000 (standing)

Picture by Ralph Arvesen used under CC

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.

[Canceled] Mac DeMarco

Here Comes The Cowboy Tour 2020

To promote his fourth full-length album ‘Here Comes The Cowboy,’ Mac DeMarco is performing in different countries including Japan! For more information, see our full article here.

Tickets: ¥6,000 (standing)

Picture by Ralph Arvesen used under CC

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.

Mew

And The Glass Handed Kites… 15th Anniversary Japan Tour

This June 2020, the Danish alternative rock band Mew is coming back to Japan!

The indie rock band’s current members are Jonas Bjerre (lead vocals), Johan Wohlert (bass), and Silas Utke Graae Jørgensen (drums).

They’re celebrating the 15th anniversary of their third album And The Glass Handed Kites… with a tour in 2020 and Japan is one of their stops.

Tickets: ¥7,500 / ¥8,000 (1F standing / 2F seats)

Tickets are available on Japanese playguides (with the help of Tickets Galore) as well as the international resale platform Viagogo.

Picture by Hyunji Choi used under CC

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.

Mew

And The Glass Handed Kites… 15th Anniversary Japan Tour

This June 2020, the Danish alternative rock band Mew is coming back to Japan!

The indie rock band’s current members are Jonas Bjerre (lead vocals), Johan Wohlert (bass), and Silas Utke Graae Jørgensen (drums).

They’re celebrating the 15th anniversary of their third album And The Glass Handed Kites… with a tour in 2020 and Japan is one of their stops.

Tickets: ¥7,500 (standing)

Tickets are available on Japanese playguides (with the help of Tickets Galore) as well as the international resale platform Viagogo.

Picture by Hyunji Choi used under CC

*Disclaimer: Information on this page is subject to change and accuracy is not guaranteed. This includes currency exchange rates. Make sure to double-check on other sources if you are planning to attend these shows. Any wrong or missing information? Please let us know.