Upcoming concerts in Tokyo 2024

Find concerts, live music, festivals and tour dates near Tokyo: buy tickets for 2024/2025 shows.
  1. Wherever you are
  2. Stand Out Fit In
  3. The Beginning
ONE OK ROCK Photo

ONE OK ROCK

  1. Wherever you are
  2. Stand Out Fit In
  3. The Beginning
ONE OK ROCK Photo

ONE OK ROCK

  1. Don't Stop Believin' (2022 Remaster)
  2. Any Way You Want It
  3. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) [2023 Remaster]
Journey Photo

Journey

  1. Don't Stop Believin' (2022 Remaster)
  2. Any Way You Want It
  3. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) [2023 Remaster]
Journey Photo

Journey

  1. Don't Stop Believin' (2022 Remaster)
  2. Any Way You Want It
  3. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) [2023 Remaster]
Journey Photo

Journey

  1. Don't Stop Believin' (2022 Remaster)
  2. Any Way You Want It
  3. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) [2023 Remaster]
Journey Photo

Journey

  1. IDK You Yet
  2. Cry Over Boys
  3. Ain't Christmas (with Laufey)
Alexander 23 Photo

Alexander 23

  1. Die Nacht ist jung
  2. Im Radio
  3. Die Nacht ist jung
Tele Photo

Tele

  1. Superman
  2. あびばのんのん
  3. 革命前夜
tempalay Photo

tempalay

  1. Is It Really You?
  2. Earth Is A Black Hole
  3. Sunshine
Teenage Wrist Photo

Teenage Wrist

  1. Beautiful Day
  2. Still Broke (feat. Keyon Harrold)
  3. Find Your Peace
Keyon Harrold Photo

Keyon Harrold

  1. Beautiful Day
  2. Still Broke (feat. Keyon Harrold)
  3. Find Your Peace
Keyon Harrold Photo

Keyon Harrold

  1. 12 Variations on the Folia of Spain
  2. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565
  3. And Legions Will Rise for Marimba, Violin, and Clarinet
Makoto Nakura Photo

Makoto Nakura

  1. Theres Another Atsuko in My Neighborhood Pt 1
  2. The 2nd Coming
  3. White to a T
Atsuko Okatsuka Photo

Atsuko Okatsuka

  1. Theres Another Atsuko in My Neighborhood Pt 1
  2. The 2nd Coming
  3. White to a T
Atsuko Okatsuka Photo

Atsuko Okatsuka

  1. Boy
  2. Re:Set
  3. SHAGGY BALL Z VS ONE JUMP MAN PT4
ShaoDow Photo

ShaoDow

  1. Omi - blackglassG Remix
  2. Cicada
  3. Omi - Original Mix
SEKITOVA Photo

SEKITOVA

  1. Die Nacht ist jung
  2. Im Radio
  3. Die Nacht ist jung
Tele Photo

Tele

Most famous venues for live shows in Tokyo

  1. Tokyo Dome

About Tokyo

MUSIC

Tokyo, the bustling capital of Japan, pulsates with a vibrant music scene that caters to a wide range of tastes and genres. The city's music culture is a dynamic fusion of traditional Japanese sounds and cutting-edge contemporary styles, captivating both local and international audiences.

Tokyo's live music venues offer an immersive experience for music enthusiasts. From intimate jazz clubs in the upscale neighborhoods of Ginza and Roppongi to larger concert halls like the Tokyo Dome and the Nippon Budokan, the city offers diverse settings for performances by both local and international artists.

The city has been at the forefront of various music movements over the years. In the realm of pop music, Tokyo's influence has been significant. The J-Pop genre, characterized by its catchy melodies and vibrant aesthetics, originated in Tokyo and has gained popularity not only in Japan but also across Asia. Renowned J-Pop artists like Utada Hikaru, Arashi, and Perfume have achieved international recognition, captivating fans with their infectious tunes and captivating performances.

Tokyo's electronic music scene is also thriving, with numerous nightclubs and underground venues catering to fans of techno, house, and other electronic genres. The city has become a global hub for electronic music festivals, hosting events like Ultra Japan and Tokyo Dance Music Event (TDME), which showcase top DJs and producers from around the world.

CULTURE

The National Museum of Western Art, located in Ueno Park, showcases a vast collection of Western masterpieces, including works by Van Gogh, Monet, and Picasso. Meanwhile, the Mori Art Museum in the Roppongi district hosts contemporary exhibitions that push artistic boundaries and explore innovative concepts.

For theater enthusiasts, Tokyo's Kabuki-za Theater in Ginza presents traditional Japanese Kabuki performances, characterized by elaborate costumes, stylized movements, and dramatic storytelling. The city is also renowned for its vibrant theater district, known as "Shinjuku Theater Street," where audiences can enjoy a wide range of stage productions, including musicals, dramas, and traditional Japanese plays.

Tokyo's cultural landscape is further enriched by its culinary scene. The city offers a remarkable variety of dining experiences, ranging from Michelin-starred restaurants serving refined kaiseki cuisine to humble street food stalls selling mouthwatering ramen and sushi. Visitors can indulge in the flavors of Japan, savoring everything from delicate tea ceremonies to the vibrant street markets of Tsukiji Fish Market and Ameya-Yokocho.

HISTORY

Tokyo's history stretches back centuries, with the city evolving from a small fishing village known as Edo to the bustling metropolis it is today. The city's transformation into the political and cultural center of Japan began in 1603 when Tokugawa Ieyasu established the Edo shogunate.

Over the centuries, Tokyo has experienced dramatic changes, including devastating earthquakes, war, and periods of rapid modernization. The city was heavily damaged during World War II but has since rebuilt itself into a symbol of resilience and progress.

Tokyo's historical landmarks bear witness to the city's past. The Imperial Palace, located in the heart of Tokyo, stands as a majestic reminder of Japan's imperial heritage. The Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken, offers a serene retreat in the midst of the bustling city, providing insight into Japan's spiritual traditions.

In recent decades, Tokyo has embraced its role as a global economic powerhouse and a hub for technological innovation. The city's skyline is adorned with towering skyscrapers, such as the Tokyo Skytree and the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, representing the city's futuristic aspirations and its position as a global leader in technology and business.

 

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