RADWIMPS Announce World Tour “The way you yawn, and the outcry of Peace”

Acclaimed Japanese rock band RADWIMPS is delighted to announce their upcoming RADWIMPS WORLD TOUR 2024 “The way you yawn, and the outcry of Peace”. Following the tremendous success of their sold-out world tour in 2023, the band has decided to return to Asia this April and May to perform for their devoted fans who were unable to secure tickets the previous year. This time, RADWIMPS will be playing at larger venues to accommodate the overwhelming demand.

The tour will commence on April 6 in Tokyo at the iconic Yoyogi National Stadium 1st Gymnasium and will continue to captivate audiences in Yokohama, Manila, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taipei, and Bangkok, before concluding on May 25 in Seoul at the SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium. Tour details can be found here: radwimps.jp/en/live/14715/ 

With their signature blend of infectious melodies, powerful performances, and thought-provoking lyrics, RADWIMPS continues to push boundaries and connect with fans worldwide. This upcoming tour is a testament to their unwavering dedication to their fans and their commitment to delivering unforgettable live experiences.

RADWIMPS WORLD TOUR 2024 “The way you yawn, and the outcry of Peace”

Apr 6th & 7th        Tokyo @ Yoyogi National Stadium 1st Gymnasium

Apr 13th & 14th    Yokohama @ PIA ARENA MM

May 1st                 Manila @ Smart Araneta Coliseum

May 7th                 Hong Kong @ AsiaWorld-Expo Hall 10

May 11th               Singapore @ Singapore Expo

May 15th               Taipei @ Taipei Music Center

May 23rd               Bangkok @ UOB LIVE

May 25th               Seoul @ SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium

Tour Poster Designed by Keiichi Tanaami

RADWIMPS has collaborated with renowned Japanese artist Keiichi Tanaami to create the stunning tour art. Tanaami, known for his vibrant and wild works exhibited in galleries worldwide, was approached by frontman Yojiro, who is a fan of his art. The result is a mind-blowing visual representation that perfectly encapsulates the band's energy. 

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