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ANGERME Concert Tour 2020 Haru LOCK ON! ROCK ON!
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ANGERME Concert Tour
Native title アンジュルム コンサートツアー 2020春 LOCK ON!ROCK ON!
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Previous ROCK ON! LOCK ON! Winter/Spring 2020 Live Tour

ANGERME Concert Tour 2020 Haru LOCK ON! ROCK ON! (アンジュルム コンサートツアー 2020春 LOCK ON!ROCK ON!) was scheduled to be ANGERME's spring 2020 concert tour. It was set to take place from April 11 to May 23, 2020.

This was intended to be the last tour to feature 6th generation member Funaki Musubu, who was set to graduate from ANGERME and Hello! Project on June 12 at the final stop of the tour, titled ANGERME Concert Tour 2020 Haru LOCK ON! ROCK ON! ~Funaki Musubu Sotsugyou Special~ (アンジュルム コンサートツアー 2020春 LOCK ON!ROCK ON! ~船木結卒業スペシャル~).[1][2] However, the tour was ultimately cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Funaki's graduation date was postponed until further notice.

Featured MembersEdit

AbsenteesEdit

  • Oota Haruka was set to be absent indefinitely as of February 28 due to her activities within the group being temporarily suspended for rule violations.[3]

Concert ScheduleEdit

Date Venue Prefecture Doors Open Concert Starts
4/11 Matsudo Mori no Hall 21 Dai Hall Chiba 14:00 15:00
17:30 18:30
4/29 JMS Aster Plaza Dai Hall Hiroshima 14:00 15:00
17:30 18:30
5/2 Nippon Tokushutogyo Shimin Kaikan Village Hall Aichi 14:00 15:00
17:30 18:30
5/4 NHK Osaka Hall Osaka 14:00 15:00
17:30 18:30
5/10 Fukuoka International Congress Center Main Hall Fukuoka 13:00 14:00
16:30 17:30
5/23 Tokyo Electron Hall Miyagi Dai Hall Miyagi 13:30 14:30
17:00 18:00
6/12 Pia Arena MM Kanagawa 17:00 18:00
  • Total: 0 Shows

On April 6, it was announced that all April shows would be cancelled in consideration of a new policy established by the government to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. [4] About a week later, on April 14, it was announced that all May shows will be cancelled too.[5] On April 21, it was announced that the June shows were also cancelled, effectively cancelling the remainder of the tour.[6]

GalleryEdit

  • Takeuchi Akari
  • Sasaki Rikako
  • Kamikokuryo Moe
  • Kasahara Momona
  • Funaki Musubu
  • Kawamura Ayano
  • Ise Layla
  • Hashisako Rin

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