Update from our news about SuG to open a special ticketing channel for overseas fans and hold a fanmeeting for fans coming to Japan to see them in Nippon Budokan this September: Yes, they’re happening—tickets are on sale now!
Prepare your credit card and go to Ticket Board to book your SuG’s HEAVY POSITIVE ROCK tickets. You need to register first, but you can do this from anywhere in the world – you don’t need Japanese address and telephone number! But please remember: if you’re buying more than one, people who go with you must also register and have their own Ticket Board account. This is because your tickets will be a digital ticket with QR code sent to your cellphone, and everyone must download their own ticket individually through their cellphone. Your cellphone will be scanned when you enter the venue. Printed QR code is invalid.
So hurry up and grab your tickets, sales will end as soon as all the tickets allocated are sold!
SuG Fan meeting
HEAVY POSITIVE ROCK
OPEN 16:00/ START17:00
VENUE: Nippon Budokan
Reserved Seat JPY 5,940/ticket (tax inclusive)
39 Seat JPY 3,900/ticket (tax inclusive)
*Reserved Seat/39 Seat is issued for digital ticket (maximum of 8 tickets per application)
*Age of 3 and over need a ticket for entry.
System charge: JPY 324/ticket (tax inclusive)
SuG will also release a new EP, AGAKU (“struggle”), on July 5. The song focuses on the band’s strong feelings in the lead up to the show. In contrast to the strong and coarse lyrics, the arrangements are positively SuG-like: catchy dance rock tunes, influenced by hip-hop and EDM.
July 5 will also be the start date of their AGAKU tour – a series of 8 shows in Japan, which will help set the stage for their concert at the Nippon Budokan.