Tue, Mar
17

Jonas Blue Japan Tour: Nagoya

6:00pm
¥7,000 (advance sales)

Having sold out his Tokyo and Yokohama shows and following a showstopping performance at Fuji Rock, Jonas Blue is visiting Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka on the Japan leg of his 2020 tour. The British DJ, songwriter and remixer is known for blending dance and pop music and was first noticed for his tropical house cover of Tracy Chapman’s ‘Fast Car’. His subsequent release of ‘Perfect Strangers’ went platinum in the UK and double platinum in Australia, cementing him as a name to be reckoned with across the international music scene.

Soon reaching over a billion streams across his content, he has since gone on to collaborate with Liam Payne, Joe Jonas, Nina Nesbitt and Becky Hill. The album ‘Blue’ was released in 2018 and new singles released in 2019 included a joint effort with Tiesto and Rita Ora called ‘What I Like About You’.

While tickets are available in advance, there is a mandatory drink purchase at the door.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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