Events

Billie Eilish

Where Do We Go? World Tour 2020

In support of her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Billie Eilish is touring around the world. The young artist is stopping by the Yokohama Arena for the tour’s Asian leg. For more information, read our full post.

Tickets: ¥9,500 – ¥15,000

Picture by Lars Crommelinck (edited) 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.

[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.

Swimming Tapes

Swimming Tapes Live in Japan 2020

New British indie pop band Swimming Tapes comes to Japan this 2020 for the first time. With Hitsujibungaku as opening act, they’re bringing their dreamy guitar-pop music and their debut album “Morningside.”

Tickets: ¥5,100 (Standing Ticket)

Ticket Sale on here:

Picture by alive/Zaiko

*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.

Swimming Tapes

Swimming Tapes Live in Japan 2020

New British indie pop band Swimming Tapes comes to Japan this 2020 for the first time. With Hitsujibungaku as opening act, they’re bringing their dreamy guitar-pop music and their debut album “Morningside.”
Tickets: ¥5,100 (Standing Ticket)
Ticket Sale on here:

Picture by alive/Zaiko

*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.

Metronomy

Metronomy is a UK-based electro-pop band formed in 1999. Their last album Metronomy Forever was released in September 2019. They will be showcasing it in Japan this fall. 

Tickets: ¥6,300 (standing)

Tickets on sale here: