Long-time Japanese alternative rock band Spitz has announced a Japan tour for 2023 that will see them performing in 45 concerts all over Japan.
The band’s concert tour, said to be titled SPITZ JAMBOREE TOUR 2023-2024, will kick off in June and run through mid-January, 2024.
Spitz’ first concert will take place on June 3rd in Yamanashi, with their last performance of the tour on January 17th, 2024 in Osaka. It will also include two concerts at Tokyo’s famed Nippon Budokan.
This will be Spitz’ first tour since their 2019 to 2020 tour — JAMBOREE TOUR 2019-2020 “MIKKE” – which promoted their 16th studio album Mikke, which came out in 2019.
Dates and cities for the SPITZ JAMBOREE TOUR 2023-2024 currently look like this although, of course, dates could be added nearer the time:
- Sat, June 3 – YCC Kenmin Bunka Hall, in Yamanashi
- Tues, June 6 – Omiya Sonic City in Saitama
- Wed, June 7 – Omiya Sonic City
- Fri, June 9 – Utsunomiya-shi Bunka Kaikan in Tochigi
- Wed, June 14 – Wakayama Kenmin Bunka Kaikan in Wakayama
- Thurs, June 15 – Shiga Kenritsu Geijutsu Gekijou Biwako Hall in Shiga
- Sat, June 17 – Phoenix Plaza in Fukui
- Wed, June 21 – Sendai Sun Plaza Hall in Miyagi
- Thurs, June 22 – Sendai Sun Plaza Hall
- Thurs, June 29 – Sapporo Bunka Geijutsu Gekijou hitaru in Hokkaido
- Fri, June 30 – Sapporo Bunka Geijutsu Gekijou hitaru
- Tues, July 4 – Niigata Kenmin Kaikan in Niigata
- Thurs, July 6 – Kanazawa Kagekiza in Ishikawa
- Mon, July 10 – Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen HBG Hall in Hiroshima
- Tues, July 11 – Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen HBG Hall
- Sat, July 15 – Link Station Hall Aomori in Aomori
- Mon, July 17 – Yamagin Kenmin Hall in Yamagata
- Fri, July 21 – Obihiro Shimin Bunka Hall in Hokkaido
- Sun, July 23 – Kushiro Shimin Bunka Kaikan in Hokkaido
- Thurs, July 27 – Kumamoto-jo Hall in Kumamoto
- Sat, July 29 – Miyazaki Shimin Bunka Hall in Miyazaki
- Wed, August 2 – Okinawa Convention Center in Okinawa
- Thurs, August 3 – Okinawa Convention Center in Okinawa
- Mon, August 7 – Kochi Kenritsu Kenmin Bunka Hall in Kochi
- Wed, August 9 – Rexxam Hall in Kagawa
- Thurs, August 10 – Okayama Shimin Kaikan in Okayama
- Thurs, August 17 – Takasaki Geijutsu Gekijou in Gunma
- Mon, August 21 – Yonago Convention Center BiG SHiP in Tottori
- Wed, August 23 – Himeji-shi Bunka Convention Center in Hyogo
- Fri, August 25 – Matsuyama Shimin Kaikan in Ehime
- Tues, August 29 – Mie-ken Bunka Kaikan in Mie
- Wed, August 30 – Nagaragawa Convention Center in Gifu
- Sat, October 28 – Ecopa Arena in Shizuoka
- Sat, November 11 – K Arena Yokohama in Kanagawa
- Sun, November 12 – K Arena Yokohama
- Sat, November 25 – Marine Messe Fukuoka in Fukuoka
- Sun, November 26 – Marine Messe Fukuoka
- Tues, December 5 – World Memorial Hall in Hyogo
- Wed, December 6 – World Memorial Hall
- Tues, December 19 – Nippon Gaishi Hall in Aichi
- Wed, December 20 – Nippon Gaishi Hall
- Thurs, January 11 – Nippon Budokan in Tokyo
- Fri, January 12 – Nippon Budokan
- Tues, January 16 – Osaka-jo Hall in Osaka
- Wed, January 17 – Osaka-jo Hall
Spitz was founded in 1987 by then-art students Masamune Kusano, Tetsuya Miwa, Akihiro Tamura, and Tatsuo Sakiyama.
Since the release of their self-titled debut album in 1991, the Japanese rock band has recorded and released 16 studio albums, 3 EPs, 6 compilation albums, and 45 singles.
Most of their album releases have been certified Gold, Platinum, 2 and 3 x Platinum, which means there is no surprise they will be able to fill so many concert halls and large arenas as they really are that popular.
Watch Spitz’ official music video for their 45th single release ‘Daikōbutsu‘, which came out in 2021. and you will hear why.
Learn more about SPITZ JAMBOREE TOUR 2023-2024, including ticket information, via the tour’s official website.
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