Rob Schwartz

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift Kicks Off 1989 Tour in Tokyo, Talks About Her Life-Changing Year

Taylor Swift started her 1989 Tour at Tokyo Dome in the city’s Suidobashi district on Tuesday night. The 55,000 seat cylindrical stadium was packed to the hilt, and the organizers placed light-emitting wristbands on every seat so the entire crowd illuminated and changed colors in unison.
Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney Returns to Japan's Budokan for Beatles-Heavy Concert

Nearly 49 years after The Beatles became the first pop artist to play the Nippon Budokan Paul McCartney returned to the hallowed venue on April 28 as a solo act. It was for the last show of the Japan leg of his Out There tour. The Japan leg was made up of a stop at the 40,000-seat Kyocera Dome in Osaka, three nights at the 55,000-seat Tokyo Dome and final gig at the Budokan, which seats around 14,000 for concerts.
Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney Returns to Japan's Budokan for Beatles-Heavy Concert

Nearly 49 years after The Beatles became the first pop artist to play the Nippon Budokan Paul McCartney returned to the hallowed venue on April 28 as a solo act. It was for the last show of the Japan leg of his Out There tour. The Japan leg was made up of a stop at the 40,000-seat Kyocera Dome in Osaka, three nights at the 55,000-seat Tokyo Dome and final gig at the Budokan, which seats around 14,000 for concerts.
The Pop Group

The Pop Group Debuts New Songs Live in Tokyo

Groundbreaking late 70s/early 80s British post-punk outfit The Pop Group debuted live performances of its first new songs in 35 years at Liquid Room in Tokyo's Ebisu district.

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