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Japan’s SCANDAL to Live Stream Postponed World Tour Set

Japanese rock band SCANDAL will be live-streaming a show for fans around the world on the band’s 14th birthday, Aug. 21.

The virtual concert aims to recreate the set that the four women would have performed for their world tour — postponed due to coronavirus — namely the North American leg, originally scheduled for September. The new tour dates for all regions will be announced later.

Fans outside of Japan will be able to enjoy The SCANDAL WORLD TOUR 2020 “Kiss from the darkness” Livestream in real time along with their counterparts in the band’s native country, and the show will also be archived for future enjoyment.

Tickets are currently available for $30.

SCANDAL WORLD TOUR 2020 “Kiss from the darkness” Livestream Concert: Ticket sales start today!!

Friday,August 21,2020
7:00 PM JST
Tickets are $30.https://t.co/cvaapR0p60 pic.twitter.com/bc2275fwMW

— SCANDAL (@scandal_band) July 30, 2020


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