"KODA KUMI 21ST→22ND ANNIVERSARY EVENT" KODA GUMI ticket pre-order is now available!
Pre-registration of tickets for "KODA KUMI 21ST→22ND ANNIVERSARY EVENT" will start for members of the global fan club "KODA GUMI"
Kumi Koda's debut date, "December 6.
This will be a special one-night-only event for Ku-chan and everyone to celebrate this important and memorable day together.
【KODA GUMI Membership Campaign!】
If you join KODA GUMI during the ticket application period (until 23:59 on October 30, 2022 (Sun.)), you can apply for the advance ticket acceptance for "KODA KUMI 21ST→22ND ANNIVERSARY EVENT"!
■Concert Info
Tuesday, December 6, 2022
18:00 Doors Open / 19:00 Start
■Ticket Price (tax inclusive)
・Arena reserved seats (with bangle light): 8,800 yen
・Balcony reserved seat (with bangle light): 8,800 yen
*Tickets for this performance are available via digital ticket.
*Drinks will be charged separately at the time of admission.
Children under 3 years old are free to sit on the lap (ticket required if seats are needed).
Opening and performance times are subject to change. Please note.
■Limitations for the number of tickets
Up to 4 tickets per person (up to 3 non-members may accompany each person)
■Registration dates
October 26(Wed) 13:00~October 30(Sun) 23:59
【New Fan Club memberships are now being accepted!】
If you join by the end of the ticket application period, you will be able to apply for the Fan Club Advance Tickets in time!
Click here to enroll!
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■Cautionary points
*All times shown are in JST
*Tickets will be handed out after doors open on the day of the concert at the reception desk. Please be sure to bring a valid ID (passport, etc.) and the serial number (barcode number) to receive your ticket.
*Please use the information you have registered on KODA GUMI when registering for tickets. If there is a discrepancy, your registration
may be canceled.
*If you wish to make changes to your registration, you need to cancel once during the registration date and re-register using the correct
*We cannot accept any changes or cancelations after the registration deadline.
*We will hold you responsible for any mistakes by not reading the details on our site.
*Please give yourself enough time for any questions or inquiries. We cannot respond to any inquiries after the ticket registration deadline.
*During the ticket registration, you will be required to subscribe to "livepocket" (free). Please register under your name.
*Only credit cards are accepted as the method of payment.
*These are not picture tickets.
*Please do not terminate your KODA GUMI membership until the concert is over. If you leave before the concert, you will be unable to view your purchase history, etc.
<Important information about the performance>
Details regarding the performance will be posted on the official website as they become available.
Based on the government's "Basic Policy on Countermeasures to Combat New Coronavirus Infections" and the countermeasures policy of the Headquarters for Countermeasures to Combat New Coronavirus Infections," and in response to the request to create guidelines as indicated in the "Analysis and Recommendations on Countermeasures to Combat New Coronavirus Infections" by the Expert Group on Countermeasures to Combat New Coronavirus Infections, this performance will be held as follows. In response to the request for the preparation of guidelines as part of measures to prevent the spread of infection, we have organized and prepared the items to be complied with, and will implement them as follows.
These efforts will be modified in accordance with the guidelines to be issued by the Japanese government (guidelines for gradual relaxation of restrictions on events).We would appreciate your understanding and cooperation in this matter.
The following are the measures to be taken for this performance.
We will make every effort to ensure the health of all persons involved in the performance by encouraging them to wear masks, wash their hands frequently, and disinfect their fingers, as well as by thoroughly taking their temperatures.
We will thoroughly disinfect handrails, doorknobs, and other areas in the venue that can be touched.
We will thoroughly ventilate the venue.
We will ensure that there is a sufficient distance between the stage and audience seats.
We will set up markers so that visitors can line up at a distance from each other in areas where it is necessary to line up.
Acrylic panels and transparent vinyl curtains will be installed in areas where face-to-face contact with visitors is necessary to prevent droplet infection.
Disinfectant solution will be placed in various areas of the venue.
Information boards on infection prevention will be set up and patrolling staff will call for the prevention of infection.
Alcoholic beverages, drinking in the venue, and being under the influence of alcohol are prohibited.
To prevent the spread of infection, we recommend that you purchase items online from the official websites.
If it is deemed possible to sell items both inside and outside the venue, we will take measures to prevent droplet infection by selling items in line to prevent crowding and by installing transparent plastic curtains, etc.
Pregnant women, women who are expected to become pregnant, people with pre-existing or underlying medical conditions, and people who have difficulty acting alone are asked to consider coming to the event based on their own judgment, putting the safety of themselves and those involved in their care first.
If you have a temperature of 37.5 degrees Celsius or higher, you will be asked to return to the designated waiting area to take your temperature, and if there is no change in your temperature, you will not be allowed to enter the venue.
If you have a temperature of 37.5 degrees Celsius or higher, you will be asked to return to the designated waiting area to take your temperature again.
Requests to Visitors
Please register the COVID-19 Contact-Confirming Application (COCOA) released by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
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Please refrain from coming to the venue if you have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive for novel coronavirus infection, or if you have visited a country or region with a government-imposed entry restriction or post-entry observation period within the past two weeks, or if you have been in close contact with a person living in such a country or region.
Those with a fever of 37.5°C or higher, cough, difficulty breathing, general malaise, sore throat, nasal discharge/nasal obstruction, taste or smell disorders, eye pain or conjunctival redness, headache, joint or muscle pain, diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting should refrain from visiting the exhibition. Alcohol consumption may cause an increase in body temperature.
Please refrain from drinking alcohol prior to your visit. In any case, please understand that admission will be denied to those with a fever of 37.5 degrees Celsius or higher.
Please be sure to bring your own mask. Please be sure to bring your own mask.
Please make sure to disinfect your hands with the disinfectant solution provided at the venue.
To prevent droplet infection, loud conversation and cheering are prohibited. Please refrain from moving seats unnecessarily, touching each other, or lending or borrowing items during the performance.
We ask for your cooperation in observing cough etiquette and refraining from conversations in the auditorium and lobby.
Please refrain from coughing in the auditorium and lobby, and please refrain from talking with others. Please be advised that you may not be allowed to enter the venue depending on the situation.
Infection Control Measures for Staff and Performers
All staff and related personnel will be subjected to temperature and health checks.
If any staff member is found to be ill, such as with a fever, he or she will not be allowed to work.
In order to prevent droplet infection, we recommend the wearing of masks and face shields during work.
We will conduct frequent hand sanitizing when entering the venue.
Performers will also be subject to temperature and health checks. We will require all performers to wear masks when not performing. We also recommend the wearing of face shields, but will enforce the wearing of face shields when necessary.
In the event of any other unusual circumstances, we will immediately cooperate with public health centers and other public health administrative agencies and neighboring medical institutions, and promptly take measures to ensure the health and safety of artists and staff.
The measures described above will be subject to change depending on the status of transmission of new coronavirus infection and changes in the guidelines and policies of various government agencies and industry organizations.
We will make every effort to ensure that everyone can visit the exhibition with peace of mind, and we ask for your understanding and cooperation in this matter.
\Now, those who have enrolled in KODA GUMI can also apply! ◎/
Learn more about KODA GUMI! (Click here to enroll!)