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ROOT FIVE Announces Summer 2014 Tour

Sora May 10, 2014 News, Off-Stage Reports 1,328 views
ROOT FIVE Announces Summer 2014 Tour

ROOT FIVE sure is on a roll! Together with the releases, they have also announced their 2014 summer tour, aptly titled “Summer Days Story”! Which is divided into two parts, the fanmeeting side, and the band live side. The schedule is listed below.

Fanmeeting side

May 23-25, Kansai block:
Performers: Dasoku, Koma’n, Mi-chan

  • May 23 (Friday) Kyoto MUSE
    Doors Open: 18:30
    Start: 19:00
  • May 25 (Sunday) Kobe VARIT
    Doors Open: 17:00
    Start: 17:30

June 14-15, Kyushu block:
Performers: Dasoku, Pokota, Koma’n

  • June 14 (Saturday) Oita DRUM Be-0
    Doors Open: 17:30
    Start: 18:00
  • June 15 (Sunday) Nagasaki DRUM Be-7
    Doors Open: 17:00
    Start: 17:30

June 20, Wakayama
Performers: Dasoku, Mi-chan, Koma’n

  • June 20 (Friday) Wakayama CLUB GATE
    Doors Open: 18:30
    Start: 19:00

June 21-22, Chuubu Block
Performers: Pokota, Mi-chan, Kettaro

  • June 21 (Saturday) Matsusaka M’AXA
    Doors Open: 17:30
    Start: 18:00
  • June 22 (Sunday)Kiyomizu sound shower ark
    Doors Open: 17:00
    Start: 17:30

June 27-29 Tohoku Block

  • June 27 (Friday) Akita SWINDLE
    Doors Open: 18:30
    Start: 19:00
  • June 28 (Saturday) Morioka CLUB CHANGE WAVE
    Doors Open: 17:30
    Start: 18:00
  • June 29 (Sunday) Yamagata session
  • Doors Open: 17:00
  • Start: 17:30

July 4-6 Chuugoku Block

  • July 4 (Friday) Yonago AZTic laughs
    Doors Open: 18:30
    Start: 19:00
  • July 5 (Saturday) Hiroshima Club Quattro
    Doors Open: 17:30
    Start: 18:00
  • July 6 (Sunday) Takamatsu DIME
    Doors Open: 17:00
    Start: 17:30

Ticket costs (applies to every performance)
Advanced: 3500 yen
On the door: 3800 yen

Aside of the fan meeting, there is also the live tour! The schedule is listed below:

√5-ROOTFIVE-JAPAN TOUR 2014 “SUMMER DAYS’ STORY” BANDLIVE side

Performers: ROOT FIVE members (Dasoku, Pokota, Mi-chan, Kettaro, Koma’n)

  • July 18 (Friday)  Zepp SAPPORO (Hokkaido)
  • July 21(Monday)  Niigata Terrsa (Niigata)
  • July 24 (Thursday)  Zepp Nagoya (Nagoya)
  • July 25 (Friday)  Zepp Namba (Osaka)
  • July 26 (Friday)  Zepp Fukuoka (Fukuoka)
  • July 31 (Thursday) Zepp Tokyo (Tokyo)
  • August 1 (Friday)  Electron Hall (Miyagi)

There are still schedules that aren’t announced yet, so look out for them!

For more information, please click here to go to the official home page.

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