Do As Infinity’s 1st LIVE in Singapore

Japanese pop-rock band Do As Infinity (vocalist Tomiko Van & guitarist Ryo Owatari) is finally hitting Singapore’s stage with their long awaited first live concert on the 23rd of September 2017.

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Take a walk down memory lane with nostalgic songs in the 2000s from various hit anime such as InuYasha’s ending theme song “Fukai Mori” (深い森) and Fairy Tail’s opening theme song “Mysterious Magic”. With several hit songs topping the Oricon charts under their belt, Do As Infinity has established their name as a popular icon in the Japanese music scene. Extending into the region, their name also rings of sentimental familiarity amongst Singaporean listeners. For instance, their fourth single, “Yesterday & Today” was the theme song for the drama “Love 2000” (二千年の恋)– the first ever drama to be simulcasted with Japan in Singapore.

Avid fans of the band should seize this chance to purchase the limited VIP tickets available. Get up-close and personal with an exclusive Meet and Greet session which entitles VIPs to a photo session and handshake opportunity on the concert day. Additionally, VIPs get to bring home a personal autographed A3 poster by Do As Infinity.

Details of the concert are as follow:

Do As Infinity’s 1st LIVE in Singapore

Date: 23 September 2017, Saturday
Venue: Capitol Theatre
Time: 7pm (Doors open from 6pm)

Ticket Price:
VIP Front Row + Meet and Greet Session: S$138
General Admission Section A Free Standing: S$98
General Admission Section B Free Standing: S$88

Tickets will go on sale on SISTIC from 11th August 2017, 10am at http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/infinity0917

Do check Avex Asia’s Facebook Page, https://www.facebook.com/avex.asia/ for more updates.

Do As Infinity’s Concert marks the first leg of “First Live” series presented by Avex Asia and SOZO Pte Ltd. Moving forward, Avex Asia plans to bring in various Japanese music acts into Singapore for the first time ever.

Organized by: Avex Asia Pte. Ltd. and SOZO Pte. Ltd.
Supported by: Japan Music Festival

Images courtesy of Avex Asia

© POPCulture Online 2017

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