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Morning Musume Live Hatsu no Budokan ~Dancing Love Site 2000 Spring~
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Morning Musume Concert Tour
Native title モーニング娘。ライブ 初の武道館 ~ダンシング ラブ サイト 2000 春~
Opening Date March 11, 2000
Closing Date May 21, 2000
Released August 30, 2000 (VHS, DVD)
October 26, 2005 (DVD re-release)
August 7, 2013 (BD)
Format VHS, DVD, Blu-ray
Recorded May 21, 2000
Label zetima zetima
Morning Musume Concert Tours Chronology
Previous Summer-Autumn Event '99 Fall 1999 Tour
Next Summer Tour 2000 Summer 2000 Tour
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Morning Musume Live Hatsu no Budokan ~Dancing Love Site 2000 Spring~(モーニング娘。ライブ 初の武道館 ~ダンシング ラブ サイト 2000 春~) is a DVD and VHS release of a concert by Morning Musume and was performed to audiences of 22,000 people, at Nippon Budokan. The Nippon Budokan concert was on May 20-21, 2000, and it was part of their spring 2000 concert tour that ran from March 11, 2000 to May 21, 2000. The concert also featured a couple of guest appearances by other Hello! Project groups. The DVD and VHS were released on August 30, 2000. This concert included the graduation of 2nd generation member, Ichii Sayaka. It was also the first tour featuring the 4th generation members Ishikawa Rika, Yoshizawa Hitomi, Tsuji Nozomi and Kago Ai. The DVD sold 149,803 copies, while the VHS version sold 151,479 copies.

The Blu-ray version of this concert was released on August 7, 2013, and it failed to chart on Oricon's DVD chart.

TracklistEdit

  1. OPENING
  2. Happy Summer Wedding
  3. Koi no Dance Site
  4. Aisha Loan de
  5. MC
  6. Manatsu no Kousen
  7. Omoide
  8. DANCE Suru no da!
  9. Hokkaido Shalala - Country Musume
  10. Kokuhaku Kinenbi - Melon Kinenbi
  11. Sutenaide yo - Nakazawa Yuko
  12. Tanpopo - Tanpopo
  13. MC
  14. Chokotto LOVE - Petitmoni
  15. Harajuku 6:00 Shuugou
  16. Mirai no Tobira
  17. Daite HOLD ON ME!
  18. LOVE Machine
  19. MC
  20. Morning Coffee
  21. Summer Night Town
  22. Da Di Du De Do Da Di!
  23. ENDING - Happy Summer Wedding (over Ichii Sayaka graduation footage & credits)

BonusEdit

Members FeaturedEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The 4th generation didn't perform for a majority of the concert, only staying for the first two songs and only rejoining during Love Machine and the encore afterwards.

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