The Yellow Monkey 30th Anniversary Dome Tour (2019/2020)

The Yellow Monkey is rocking domes for their 30th anniversary starting on December 28th, 2019.

The Yellow Monkey (aka “YeMon”) has been active since 1988 to 2001, then disbanded in 2004. But 2016 has summoned the rock band together, and they have been active again since.

Initially a David Bowie-like glam rock act, “YeMon” has later expanded their style to hard rock, disco, and progressive rock, which made them one of the top bands of the 90s in Japan.

Starting last December, band members Yoshii “Lovin” KazuyaHirose “Heesey” YouichiKikuchi “Annie” Eiji, and Kikuchi “Emma” Hideaki are rocking 4 major domes across Japan!

All dates and ticket details below:


December 28th, 2019 (Sat) – Nagoya Dome, Aichi
Doors: 15:00 / Start: 17:00
Hotels/AirBnBs near Nagoya Dome

February 11th, 2020 (Tue) – Kyocera Dome, Osaka
Doors: 15:00 / Start: 17:00
Hotels/AirBnBs near Kyocera Dome

April 4th, 2020 (Sat) – Tokyo Dome – Postponed due to COVID-19
Doors: 16:00 / Start: 18:00
Hotels/AirBnBs near Tokyo Dome

April 5th, 2020 (Sun) – Tokyo Dome – Postponed due to COVID-19
Doors: 15:00 / Start: 17:00
Hotels/AirBnBs near Tokyo Dome


Reserved Seats: ¥9,900
30th Anniversary Designated Seat: ¥9,999 (sold in 3-ticket sets)
Super Reserved Seats:
 ¥14,330 (only fan club)


Osaka show:
LINE pre-sale
Lawson Tickets pre-sale
eplus pre-sale

Tokyo shows:
LINE pre-sale
Lawson Tickets pre-sale
Family Mart pre-sale
Ticket Pia pre-sale

Ticket Shopping Services can help you with purchasing from playguides or Japanese re-sellers.

If you couldn’t purchase tickets through the fan club or general sale, resale tickets might be the only remaining option: Viagogo.

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Disclaimer: Information as of February 3rd, 2020 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

Image credit: Dick Thomas Johnson used under CC BY 2.0.

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