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Suzuki Airi LIVE 2019 "Escape"
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Suzuki Airi promoting the tour
Suzuki Airi Concert Tour
Native title 鈴木愛理 LIVE 2019 “Escape”
Opening Date May 25, 2019
Closing Date August 4, 2019
Suzuki Airi Concert Tours Chronology
Previous PARALLEL DATE Fall 2018 Live Tour
Next LIVE PARTY No Live, No Life? Winter 2019 Live Tour
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Suzuki Airi LIVE 2019 "Escape" (鈴木愛理 LIVE 2019 “Escape”) was Suzuki Airi's first concert hall tour. It ran from May 25 to August 4, 2019.

The tour finale on August 4 at Festival Hall was broadcasted live via Niconico Live, which the second half was only available to premium members.[1][2]

SetlistEdit

  1. Escape
  2. Good Night
  3. Get in the Groove
  4. TRICK
  5. perfect timing
  6. Candy Box
  7. Hikari no Hou e
  8. Watashi no Migigawa
  9. Break it down
  10. Betsu no Hito no Kanojo ni Natta yo (wacci cover)
  11. Be Your Love
  12. STRONGER
  13. start again
  14. IDENTITY
  15. STORY
  16. BYE BYE
  17. Distance
    Encore
  18. No Live, No Life
  19. Medley
    1. Ooki na Ai de Motenashite
    2. Massara Blue Jeans
    3. Kiss me Aishiteru
    4. Dance de Bakoon!
  20. Hanauta

Featured MembersEdit

Supporting Members[3]
  • Ihira Tomoki (guitar)
  • Miyamoto Masayuki (bass)
  • Kato Satoshi (drums)
  • Hori Kuraaki (keyboard)
  • Ami (chorus)
  • HaLuKa (dancer)
  • marina (dancer)

Concert ScheduleEdit

Date Venue Prefecture Doors Open Concert Starts
5/25 Shizuoka City Shimizu Cultural Hall Marinart Dai Hall Shizuoka 17:00 18:00
6/2 Nippon Tokushutogyo Shimin Kaikan Forest Hall Aichi 17:00 18:00
6/8 NHK Osaka Hall Osaka 16:30 17:30
6/16 Pacifico Yokohama National Convention Hall Kanagawa 16:30 17:30
6/22 Tokyo Electron Hall Miyagi Miyagi 17:00 18:00
6/29 JMS Aster Plaza Dai Hall Hiroshima 16:30 17:30
7/12 Wak Wak Holiday Hall (Sapporo Shimin Hall) Hokkaido 17:30 18:30
7/19 Fukuoka Civic Hall Fukuoka 17:30 18:30
8/4 Festival Hall Osaka 16:00 17:00
  • Total: 9 Shows

TriviaEdit

  • Photography and video recording are allowed during "Break it down".
  • Suzuki announced her debut single "Escape" during the first concert in Shizuoka.[4]
  • During the tour final on August 4, Suzuki announced that she would hold her first solo concert at Yokohama Arena on April 21, 2020.[5]

GalleryEdit

  • Collection Pinup Poster 1
  • Collection Pinup Poster 2
  • Collection Pinup Poster 3
  • Collection Pinup Poster 4 (illustration by Sakai Keisuke of left alone®︎)
  • Collection Pinup Poster 5
  • May 25 at Shizuoka City Shimizu Cultural Hall Marinart
  • August 4 at Festival Hall
  • April 21, 2020 concert at Yokohama Arena announcement

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