Upcoming Concerts From Biggest Artists in Tokyo

2023 and 2024 mark a lot of concerts for Japan with the biggest artists around the globe. Various shows are planned throughout the year by many of the most famous names of hip-hop, rock, and more. Fuji Rock and Summer Sonic are also around the corner. The following are the most popular shows in Tokyo in the coming months

Durand Jones

At the club Billboard Live Tokyo on July 18, Durand Jones will host a concert with his band. The frontman for Durand Jones and The Indications, the upcoming show is a one-off performance and will feature songs from his debut album ‘Wait Until I’m Over”, which was released in the month in May. Further details on the Tokyo performance are available here. Before the Tokyo show, he’ll also be on the billboard live stage of Billboard Live Osaka on July 17.

Sabrina Carpenter

The multi-talented singer, songwriter, and actor Sabrina Carpenter is returning to Tokyo this summer, with performances scheduled for Toyosu Pit on July 18. The tour will be in Japan on her first visit in over four years; Carpenter will perform tracks from her 2022 album “Emails I’m Not Able to Send” and other songs from her diverse discography. For details, visit this site.


Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist Tyga will perform at the Tokyo Garden Theater on August 3. Tyga has collaborated with huge artists like Drake, Nicki Minaj.

Throughout his career, Tyga collaborated with several of the biggest hip-hop stars like Drake, Nicki Minaj, Young Money, and Wiz Khalifa. Although he hasn’t dropped any new music in some time, Tyga will be wowing fans with his hits, including the recent song “Day One” and several other timeless tracks like ‘Rack City and ‘Ice Cream Man.’ For more info, visit here.

Bruno Major

Be prepared to be mesmerized by British artist and singer Bruno Major, who is finally making his way to Tokyo following his delayed concert at the end of 2020. The band will take the stage at WWW X in Shibuya on August 8; Major will perform songs from his latest album, ‘To Let A Good Thing Die.’ It’s a must to attend the show as it’s his solo performance in Japan before moving on to Seoul, the next destination on his tour around the world. For more details, visit here.

Liam Gallagher

Forgot to get tickets for Summer Sonic? Then, those who love English musician and singer Liam Gallagher are in luck since he’ll perform another set on the Toyosu Pit on August 22 following his performance at the festival. The leader of the legendary rock group Oasis has recorded several songs and will share songs from his latest album, “C’mon You Know,” released in 2000. More info here.

Sam Smith

Grammy-award-winning musician Sam Smith is returning to Japan after five years, with performances on the stages of Yokohama and Osaka. During his worldwide tour, Smith will perform at the Maruzen Arena Osaka on October 11 and at Kanagawa K Arena in Yokohama on October 13. We look forward to hearing some of Smith’s top charting hits, including his latest hit single, “Unholy,” from the fourth album of his “Gloria.”. Additional details can be found on this site.

Charlie Puth

American artist and singer Charlie Puth is making his journey to Tokyo this fall, with two shows scheduled for the 17th and 18th of October at the Ariake Arena. Puth succeeded on the internet during his early career after he posted his music videos on YouTube and gained widespread recognition through the award of four Grammy nominations. He has collaborated with the hottest performers, including Jungkook from BTS, Selena Gomez, and Dan + Shay. Go to the website here to learn more about the concert.


British rock group Coldplay will head to Tokyo in the autumn to play two concerts on the 6th and 7 November at the Tokyo Dome. Six years have passed since their last trip to Japan, and they’re expected to hear their songs from their new album “Music of the Spheres” along with classics such as ‘Yellow’ or “Viva La Vida.” Learn more about the album on the site.

Taylor Swift

The Anti-Hero and Karma star has announced she’ll bring her much-hyped Eras Tour to Tokyo next year. The tour will run for four dates between February 7 and 10th, 2024. It’s her first Tokyo show in the past five years. Her last Tokyo show took place in 2018.

Tickets begin at 8,800 Yen and go up to 30,000 Yen. The mid-tier seats cost 18,800 or 22,800 Yen. Tickets for pre-sales will be sold only to American Express cardholders on Friday, June 23, from 2 pm. The advance sale of officially open tickets, a lottery through Lawson Tickets, will open at 10 am on Tuesday, July 27. For further information, visit the Eras Tour website.


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