Upcoming concerts in Nagoya 2024

Find concerts, live music, festivals and tour dates near Nagoya: buy tickets for 2024/2025 shows.
  1. I Can't Drive 55
  2. Heavy Metal
  3. Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy
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Sammy Hagar

  1. Clockwork
  2. Bloodline
  3. Afterimage (feat. Ian Kenny, Karnivool)
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  1. Runaway
  2. Days in the Sun
  3. Gone (The Pocahontas Song)
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Ziggy Alberts

  1. There's a Battle Raging (Just One Touch From The King)
  2. My Troubled Soul (Praise the Mighty Name of Jesus)
  3. I Will Set My Face (Wonderful God)


  1. Øynene lukket
  2. Alone In The Night
  3. Modern Nature
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Sondre Lerche

  1. A Twist of Fate to Come
  2. All These Souls Shall Serve Forever
  3. The End of Faith
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  1. Jellyfish Blues - 2022 Remastered
  2. Socks, Drugs And Rock'n'roll - 2022 Remastered
  3. Stereotype C - with Ciba Matto - 2022 Remastered
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Buffalo Daughter

  1. Devolve
  2. The Silence Beyond Life
  3. I'll Find You
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Fuming Mouth

  1. There's a Battle Raging (Just One Touch From The King)
  2. My Troubled Soul (Praise the Mighty Name of Jesus)
  3. There's a Light
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About Nagoya


Nagoya (名古屋), a major city in central Japan, has a vibrant and diverse music scene that reflects its modernity and rich cultural heritage. The city hosts a variety of musical events and festivals throughout the year. Traditional Japanese music, including the hauntingly beautiful sounds of the shamisen and koto, can be experienced at cultural festivals and performances. Nagoya also has a thriving contemporary music scene, with numerous live music venues and clubs showcasing both local and international artists. The city is known for its support of emerging indie bands, making it a hub for music enthusiasts looking to discover new talent. Nagoya's cultural diversity is reflected in its music, with influences from traditional Japanese music to J-pop and rock, creating a unique and dynamic music scene.


Nagoya's culture is a fascinating blend of traditional Japanese customs and modernity. The city is known for its historical landmarks, including Nagoya Castle, a beautifully reconstructed feudal castle with impressive architecture and gardens. Nagoya also boasts the Atsuta Shrine, one of Japan's most important Shinto shrines, which is deeply revered by locals. The city is famous for its ceramics, and the Noritake Garden showcases Nagoya's porcelain heritage with its museum and beautiful gardens. Nagoya's cultural scene includes traditional arts like Noh and Kabuki theater, and you can enjoy performances at venues like the Nagoya Noh Theater. The city's cuisine, including hitsumabushi (grilled eel), is also a reflection of its cultural diversity.


Nagoya has a rich history that dates back centuries. It played a significant role in Japan's feudal era, with Nagoya Castle as a symbol of power and influence. The city grew as a center of commerce during the Edo period and developed as a key transportation hub due to its strategic location. Nagoya also has an industrial history, with companies like Toyota headquartered here. During World War II, the city was heavily bombed, and much of its historical architecture was lost. However, Nagoya has invested in reconstruction and modernization, blending its rich history with contemporary urban development. Today, Nagoya stands as a thriving metropolis that beautifully balances its historical roots with a modern outlook, offering a diverse range of cultural experiences for residents and visitors alike.

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