JAPAN NIGHT Brings VAMPS, [Alexandros], and More to London

JAPAN NIGHT - MOVE WITH THE MUSIC OF JAPAN has announced its first London show! The event will take place at Indigo on July 10th and 11th, bringing some of the best talents from Japan to The 02. These two shows will coincide with Hyper Japan, which will also be taking place on the same dates in The 02.

JAPAN NIGHT was initially held in 2014 as the last music event at Kokuritsu Kyogijo (National Olympic Stadium in Tokyo), welcoming leading Japanese artists such as L'Arc-en-Ciel with the theme "Move with the music of Japan." The new show will bring both fresh and established talent with a strong line-up that will culminate in a performance from VAMPS. This is truly not a performance to miss.
We are proud to be chosen as the promoter of the 1st JAPAN NIGHT in London and we will make sure that this will be a memorable concert for all Japanese music fans in London! (Rob Hallett, CEO of Robomagic)
Tickets went on sale at 9am on April 10th, and are available online or via telephone. Purchase yours before they're gone!

10 July

11 July
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VENUE: Indigo at The 02

[ONLINE] (click here)

[PHONE] 0844 856 0202



Formed by HYDE (L’Arc-en-Ciel) and K.A.Z (Oblivion Dust) in 2008, in the 7 years since their formation, they have played a total of more than 350 live shows both in Japan and internationally. Well known for their signature “take-over” style live shows at the ZEPP venues throughout Japan, the duo continue to play a vast variety of shows, including arena venues, outdoor gigs and their famous annual HALLOWEEN PARTY.


Having officially debuted in 2007, the band has released four albums and successfully sold out all of their tours. Despite being independent, their single and album releases have all charted in the Oricon top 10. [Alexandros] have opened up for bands like MUSE, PRIMAL SCREAM, and KASABIAN when they have played in Japan. Recently, they have played overseas at SXSW in the U.S., THE GREAT ESCAPE in England, and one-man concerts in Taiwan. They even sold out their first Nippon Budokan solo show the day tickets went on sale. The band continues to headline festivals all across the country.


A four-piece rock band of junior high school classmates.  The band name and the members’ names come from avant-garde artist Taro Okamoto and the legendary punk band Ramones, both of whom they highly respect.  In 2014, the band celebrated their 5th debut anniversary with a commemorative album, which was a collaborative project with a spectacular list of artists such as RIP SLYME and Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra to name a few, and with a tremendously successful concert at the Hibiya Open-Air Concert Hall in Tokyo in the fall.   OKAMOTO’S is the leading figure among the young bands on the Japanese music scene

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Trio rock band, Ling tosite sigure are making a great breakthrough in Japan at the moment. They don’t make many media appearances. but word of mouth about the band's live performance is a key factor in boosting their popularity. Not only are their performances remarkable, but the band's signature sound is also uniquely appealing. Sharp and tough guitar sounds, male-female intertwined high-pitched vocals, strong and steady distorted bass sounds, hard drum play, and progressive beats weave together to make exquisite music. The band released their most recent album Best of Tornado and latest single Who What Who What  on the same day this past January. "Who What Who What" was used for "PSYCHO-PASS: The Movie" as the title tune.

Source: PerfectStorm PR via E-Mail
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