Following the success of their sold-out Singapore concert in 2017, RADWIMPS, the popular rock band from Japan will return to Singapore on 13 August 2018 to perform live as part of their Asia tour.
RADWIMPS recent visit Singapore was in June 2017 where they performed to a full-house of adoring fans. They have a reputation as one of the hardest live acts to score a ticket to among Japanese artistes. The band gained international fame after the success of the award-winning anime movie, “Your Name” (Kimi no nawa), of which the band wrote the soundtrack for.
RADWIMPS will also release a new single titled, “Catharist” on 6 June 2018 and it is confirmed to be the 2018 CX TV soccer theme song. The song will also be featured during the broadcast of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.
3 members of RADWIMPS will come to Singapore; Yojiro Noda (Vocal / Guitar / Piano), Akira Kuwahara (Guitar), Yusuke Takeda (Bass). Drummer, Satoshi Yamaguchi unfortunately has halted activities since 2015 due to focal dystonia.
Tickets for RADWIMPS Asia Live Tour 2018 in Singapore are on sale now at APACTix:
Ticket Prices: Cat 1 – $128 / Cat 2 – $98 / Cat 3 – $98 (Family Area). Cat 1 -2 tickets are all-standing while Cat 3 tickets will have limited seats.
Entry order into the hall will be based on the time of customer’s completed transaction.
RADWIMPS Asia Live tour 2018 will also cover: Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu, Seoul, Taipei, Hong Kong and Bangkok.
RADWIMPS Asia Live Tour 2018 in Singapore is organized by SOZO as part of the Japan Music Festival lineup.
Established in 2009, SOZO entertainment platforms include the successful Anime Festival Asia, I Love Anisong, J- LIVE ASIA, Japan Music Festival and many more. Previous projects by SOZO includes solo concerts for J-Pop artistes such as Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, May’n, Moshi Moshi Nippon 2015 in Singapore, Miku Expo in Jakarta, Funan Anime Matsuri, Penang Anime Matsuri and many more. SOZO has capital alliances with Japanese talent management agency Horipro and global entertainment powerhouse Sony Music Entertainment (Japan).
For more information about SOZO, visit: www.sozo.sg
About Japan Music Festival
Our Mission – To celebrate Japanese Music by engaging fans in SE Asia and beyond, with the best and latest in Japanese Music Concert Experience – direct from Japan.
What is JMF? – 2014 marked the start of the JMF (Japan Music Festival) platform, created and owned by SOZO to bring the best in J-Pop, J-Rock and more as a series of solo concerts under a single brand.
For more information about JMF, visit: http://japanmusicfestival.asia/