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ANGERME Live Tour 2020 Fuyu Haru ROCK ON! LOCK ON!
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ANGERME Concert Tour
Native title アンジュルム ライブツアー 2020冬春 ROCK ON! LOCK ON!
Opening Date February 9, 2020
Closing Date May 17, 2020
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ANGERME Live Tour 2020 Fuyu Haru ROCK ON! LOCK ON! (アンジュルム ライブツアー 2020冬春 ROCK ON! LOCK ON!) is ANGERME's winter and spring 2020 live tour. It will run from February 9 to May 17, 2020.

This is the last tour to feature 3rd generation member Murota Mizuki, who graduated on March 22.[1]

SetlistEdit

  1. Akai Earphone
  2. Tsugitsugi Zokuzoku
  3. Otome no Gyakushuu
  4. MC
  5. Kakugo Shite!
  6. Onegai Miwaku no Target - Sasaki Rikako, Kasahara Momona
  7. Scramble - Takeuchi Akari, Ise Layla
  8. Ai no Dangan - Murota Mizuki, Kawamura Ayano, Oota Haruka
  9. Ren'ai Sentai Shitsu Ranger - Kamikokuryo Moe, Funaki Musubu, Hashisako Rin
  10. Watashi, Choito Kawaii Urabanchou
  11. MC
  12. Jinsei, Sunawachi Panta Rhei
  13. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai
  14. Dondengaeshi
  15. Watashi wo Tsukuru no wa Watashi
    Encore
  16. Nana Korobi Ya Oki
  17. MC
  18. 46okunen LOVE

Featured MembersEdit

AbsenteesEdit

  • Funaki Musubu was absent from the February 22 shows due to influenza.[2]
  • Oota Haruka will be absent indefinitely as of February 28 due to her activities within the group being temporarily suspended for violating a rule.[3]

Concert ScheduleEdit

Date Venue Prefecture Doors Open Concert Starts
2/9 Kichijoji CLUB SEATA Tokyo 14:30 15:00
17:30 18:00
2/22 Yokohama Bay Hall Kanagawa 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
2/29 Kashiwa PALOOZA Chiba 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
3/1 Shinjuku ReNY Tokyo 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
3/7 Yokohama Bay Hall Kanagawa 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
3/8 NEXS NIIGATA Niigata 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
3/14 Kanazawa EIGHT HALL Ishikawa 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
3/15 Toyama MAIRO Toyama 15:00 15:30
16:00 16:30
3/28 Takamatsu MONSTER Kagawa 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
3/29 Okayama CRAZYMAMA KINGDOM Okayama 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
4/18 cube garden Hokkaido 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
4/19 Otaru GOLDSTONE Hokkaido 12:30 13:00
15:30 16:00
4/25 Takasaki club FLEEZ Gunma 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
4/26 Kashiwa PALOOZA Chiba 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
5/16 Yokohama Bay Hall Kanagawa 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
5/17 Kichijoji CLUB SEATA Tokyo 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
  • Total: 16 Shows

On February 27, it was announced that the February 29 to March 8 concerts were cancelled in consideration of a new policy established by the government to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.[4] On March 4, it was announced that the March 14 and 15 concerts were cancelled as well.[5] On March 11, a new update announced that the March 28 and 29 concerts were cancelled.[6] On April 6, it was announced that all April shows would be cancelled as well. [7]

Rescheduled ConcertsEdit

Several cancelled concerts were rescheduled for the following dates:

Date Venue Prefecture Concert Starts
5/11 Yokohama Bay Hall Kanagawa 18:30
5/14 18:30
6/24 Kashiwa PALOOZA Chiba 18:30
6/25 18:30
6/28 NEXS NIIGATA Niigata 14:30
17:30
7/23 Kanazawa EIGHT HALL Ishikawa 14:30
17:30
7/24 Toyama MAIRO Toyama 13:30
16:30
7/30 Shinjuku ReNY Tokyo 18:30
8/2 Takamatsu MONSTER Kagawa 14:30
17:30
8/4 Shinjuku ReNY Tokyo 18:30

Funaki Musubu will be only appearing in the Yokohama Bay Hall concerts on May 11 and 14 as she will graduate from the group and Hello! Project on June 12.[8]

GalleryEdit

  • Takeuchi Akari
  • Murota Mizuki
  • Sasaki Rikako
  • Kamikokuryo Moe
  • Kasahara Momona
  • Funaki Musubu
  • Kawamura Ayano
  • Oota Haruka
  • Ise Layla
  • Hashisako Rin
  • ANGERME
  • Takeuchi Akari
  • Murota Mizuki
  • Sasaki Rikako
  • Kamikokuryo Moe
  • Kasahara Momona
  • Funaki Musubu
  • Kawamura Ayano
  • Ise Layla
  • Hashisako Rin

ReferencesEdit

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