Kamijo proves J-Pop is still going strong in Europe

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As Kamijo is celebrating 20 years of career with a world tour, he proves the love from Europe audience for J-Pop never fades away. 

Kamijo is a name any J-Pop or J-Rock lover knows. Lead-singer of bands Lareine and Versailles, he began a solo career in 2013. With a music covering several genres and many hit songs up his sleeves, it was expected that his tour celebrating 20 years of career would be a success.

Which it is indeed. Visiting Moscow, Helsinki, London, Cologne, Marseille and Paris, he gifted his fans with a set list including great songs from Versailles, LAREINE, and NEWSODMY, and of course his solo songs.

To fans’ delight, the musicians for this tour included bass player Masashi, also a member of Lareine and Versailles.


It has already been a few years since professionals have started wondering whether or not J-Pop/J-Rock still attract large crowds like it used to. This tour proves it does. With his characteristic music and visuals, Kamijo is currently holding yet an other successful tour. Speaking about “One of the best concerts ever”, “an amazing night”, “a venue on fire”, fans obviously wouldn’t mind an other 20 year of Kamijo’s music.

If you’re in America in May, don’t miss out on your chance to see this major artist live ! Kamijo will be bringing his tour to both the northern and the southern part of the continent.

Pictures : Official pictures by B7Klan
Article : Céline

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