Tohoshinki Time Live Tour 2013

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    Tohoshinki Time Live Tour 2013


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    Time: Live Tour 2013 (stylized as Tohoshinki Live Tour 2013 ~TIME~), also known as the Time Tour, was the sixth Japanese concert tour(tenth overall) by Tohoshinki, in support of their sixth Japanese studio album Time (2013). The tour visited all five of Japan's major concert Domes and the Nissan Stadium, the largest seated stadium in Japan.

    One of the highest-grossing concert tours of the year, it grossed over US$92.6 million from 18 shows and earned US$17.4 million more from merchandise sales, bringing the total gross to US$110 million. A sell-out, the tour attracted over 850,000 people from 18 shows and an additional 30,000 people from cinema screenings, a dramatic increase from the 550,000 fans who attended their last nationwide tour in 2012.

    The Time Tour broke several attendance records in the country; it was the first Dome tour held by non-Japanese Asian performers and the fourth held by international artists in Japan. Among Japanese-singing artists, Tohoshinki were the sixteenth artists to do so. The tour was the highest-attended tour by an international music act in Japan. The duo were also the first international artists to headline a concert at the Nissan Stadium in Yokohama. Tohoshinki have said on their first five-Dome tour, "It’s a dream come true."

    A recording of the tour's three concerts at the Tokyo Dome was televised, and it aired on Fuji Television on August 31, 2013. In October 2013, the same recording was released DVD and Blu-ray. Within the first week, the DVD sold over 120,000 copies and the Blu-ray sold over 18,000 copies, debuting at number one on their respective charts. A separate recording of the tour's two final concerts at the Nissan Stadium was also televised, and it aired on Fuji Television in late October 2013. In December 2013, the Nissan recording was released on DVD and Blu-ray. Both peaked at number one on their respective charts, selling nearly 68,000 copies in the first week


    Start date April 27, 2013
    End date August 18, 2013
    Shows 3 in Saitama
    1 in Sapporo
    3 in Nagoya
    2 in Fukuoka
    4 in Osaka
    3 in Tokyo
    2 in Yokohama
    18 Total
    Box office US$110 million
    Website toho-jp.net/time/tour/

    Source: wikipedia


    Concerts dates

    Saitama. Saitama Super Arena
    April 27, 2013
    April 28, 2013
    April 29, 2013

    Sapporo, Sapporo Dome
    May 5, 2013

    Nagoya, Nagoya Dome
    May 10, 2013
    May 11, 2013
    May 12, 2013

    Fukuoka, Fukuoka Yahoo! Dome
    May 25, 2013
    May 26, 2013

    Osaka, Kyocera Osaka Dome
    June 5, 2013
    June 6, 2013
    June 8, 2013
    June 9, 2013

    Tokyo, Tokyo Dome
    June 15, 2013
    June 16, 2013
    June 17, 2013

    Yokohama, Nissan Stadium
    August 17, 2013
    August 18, 2013



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    Venue:

    1) Saitama Super Arena
    Saitama Super Arena (さいたまスーパーアリーナ Saitama Sūpā Arīna?) is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Chūō-ku,Saitama City, Saitama, Japan. Its spectator capacity is 37,000 at maximum settings.

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    2) Sapporo Dome
    The Sapporo Dome(札幌ドーム Sapporo Dōmu?) is a stadium located in Toyohira-ku, Sapporo, Japan, and is primarily used forbaseball and association football. Capacity: 41,484 (football) 40,476 (baseball) 53,796 (max. with temporary seats)

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    3) Nagoya Dome

    Nagoya Dome (ナゴヤドーム), constructed in 1997, is a baseball field, located in the city of Nagoya, Japan. The dome has the capacity to seat up to 38,414 people (official 40,500 people). It is an example of a geodesic dome.

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    4) Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome
    The Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome(福岡 ヤフオク!ドーム Fukuoka Yafuoku Dōmu?) is a baseball field, located in Chūō-ku,Fukuoka,Japan. The dome can accommodate 38,561 spectators.

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    5) Kyocera Dome Osaka
    Osaka Dome is a baseball stadium located in Osaka, Japan. The capacity of the dome is 36,477 people.

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    6) Tokyo Dome
    Tokyo Dome (東京ドーム Tōkyō Dōmu, TYO: 9681) is a 55,000-seat (actual capacity of 42,000) baseball stadium located in Bunkyo Ward of Tokyo, Japan.

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    7) Final: Nissan Stadium
    The International Stadium Yokohama(横浜国際総合競技場 Yokohama Kokusai Sōgō Kyōgi-jō?), also known asNissan Stadium(日産スタジアム Nissan Sutajiamu?) is a sports venue in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, inaugurated in March 1998. Capacity 72,327 seats.

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    Attendance:

    - Saitama Super Arena = 3 days x 37,000 = 111,000
    - Fukuoka dome = 2 days x 38,561 = 77,122
    - Sapporo dome = 1 day = 53,796
    - Nagoya dome = 3 days = 3 x 40,500 = 121,500
    - Tokyo dome = 3 days x 55,000 = 165,000
    - Kyocera dome = 4 days x 36,477 = 145,908
    - Final Nissan Stadium = 2days = 2 x 72,000 = 144,000
    - Final Nissan Stadium live viewing at 38 theater around Japan at Osaka, Kyoto, Hokkaido, Hiroshima, and Okinawa =

    Total = 850,000



    Tohoshinki with Dome Mascot


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    東方神起 LIVE TOUR 2013 ~TIME~

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    東方神起 LIVE TOUR 2013 ~TIME~

    This setlist is representative of their first show in Saitama. It does not represent all dates throughout the tour.
    1. "Fated"
    2. "ANDROID"
    3. "Superstar"
    4. "I Don't Know"
    5. "STILL"
    6. "Duet"
    7. "One More Thing"
    8. "Y3K"
    9. "Purple Line"
    10. "Humanoids" (Japanese version)
    11. "Heart, Mind and Soul"
    12. "I Know"
    13. "One and Only One"
    14. "Rat Tat Tat"
    15. "T-Style" (Yunho solo)
    16. "Rock with U" (Changmin solo)
    17. "O'-Sei.Han.Gō"(O-正・反・合) (Japanese version) (In Nissan Stadium) / BLINK (In Tokyo Dome)
    18. "Survivor"
    19. "Share the World"
    20. "Sky"
    21. "Aitakute Aitakute Tamaranai" (逢いたくて逢いたくてたまらない?)
    22. "Catch Me -If you wanna-" (Japanese version)
    Encore
    1. "Why? (Keep Your Head Down)" (Japanese version)
    2. "SCREAM"
    3. "SHINE"
    4. "We Are!? (ウィーアー!??)
    5. "Summer Dream"
    6. "In Our Time"
    Notes
    • During the Nissan Stadium concerts, Tohoshinki performed "OCEAN" in place of "Sky". They also performed "Somebody to Love" after "In Our Time".

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    Tohoshinki Time Live Tour 2013 Team

    Tohoshinki - Yunho & Changmin


    Personnel
    Main

    • Tour organizer: Avex Group, SM Entertainment
    • Sponsors:
    • Executive producers – Lee Soo-man (S.M. Entertainment), Max Matsuura (Avex Group)
    • General producers – Nam So-young (S.M. Entertainment Japan), Ryuhai Chiba (Avex Group)
    • Tour producer – Yoko Kikuta
    • Tour director – Masato Yoshikawa
    • Stage producer – Sam
    • Executive supervisors – Shinji Hayashi, Akira Akutsu
    • Artist management – Kang Sung-chang, Kim Jung-min, Her Young-joo, Charlene Ryu
    • Sound direction – Katsutoshi Yasuhara
    • Stylist – Yosuko Sasagawa
    • Hair and make-up – Rei Calin, Hiro
    • Art designer – Masanori Nagase
    • Lighting director – Yuichi Kobayashi
    • Visual director – Osamu Nakamoto
    • Choreographers – Masao, Pino, Shige, Achi, Kazuki, Taichi
    • Dancers – Sonny, 50, Ywki, Achi, Tamiya, k-sk, Yoshiki, Ryota, Hiroto, Sappy, Chali, Rui
    Band
    • Tohoshinki (Yunho, Changmin) – Lead vocals
    • Yoichiro Kakizaki – Band master, keyboards
    • Tatsuya Hatano – drums
    • Kazuhiro Sunaga – bass
    • Kiyoto Konda – guitar
    • Masao Fukunaga – percussion
     
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    [DVD] Tohoshinki MC Movie in Tokyo (Live tour 2013 ~TIME)




    [DVD] TOHOSHINKI Backstage Documentary (Live Tour 2013 ~TIME~)




    [DVD] Tohoshinki End Roll Movie (Live tour 2013 ~TIME)




    東方神起 / In Our Time (LIVE TOUR 2013 ~TIME~ FINAL in NISSAN STADIUM Documentary Film)




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