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Tsubaki Factory Live Tour 2020 Haru Tsubaki (つばきファクトリー ライブツアー2020春 椿) is Tsubaki Factory's spring 2020 live tour. The first two shows of the tour were held on February 22, 2020, while the remaining dates were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

SetlistEdit

  1. Shunrenka
  2. Seishun Manmannaka!
  3. Kedakaku Sakihokore!
  4. MC
  5. Performance Varies
  6. Performance Varies
  7. Performance Varies
  8. Performance Varies
  9. Performance Varies
  10. MC
  11. Ishiki Takai Otome no Dilemma
  12. Just Try!
  13. Shuukatsu Sensation
  14. Hatsukoi Sunrise
  15. Junjou cm
  16. MC
  17. Hyoumenchouryoku ~Surface Tension~
  18. Sankaime no Date Shinwa
  19. Kanousei no Concerto
  20. Kon'ya Dake Ukaretakatta
    Encore
  21. Hana Moyou
  22. MC
  23. Happy Cracker

Featured MembersEdit

Concert ScheduleEdit

Date Venue Prefecture Doors Open Concert Starts
2/22 Shinjuku ReNY Tokyo 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
3/7 Kashiwa PALOOZA Chiba 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
3/15 Yokohama Bay Hall Kanagawa 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
3/29 Kichijoji CLUB SEATA Tokyo 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
4/4 Yamagata Music Showa Session Yamagata 13:00 13:30
16:00 16:30
4/5 Aomori Quarter Aomori 13:00 13:30
16:00 16:30
4/11 NEXS NIIGATA Niigata 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
4/12 Shinjuku ReNY Tokyo 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
4/18 Kyoto FANJ Kyoto 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
4/19 Umeda CLUB QUATTRO Osaka 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
5/5 Niigata LOTS Niigata 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
5/9 Takasaki club FLEEZ Gunma 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
5/10 Kichijoji CLUB SEATA Tokyo 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
5/16 Fukuoka DRUM Be-1 Fukuoka 14:00 14:30
17:00 17:30
5/17 OSAKA MUSE Osaka 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
5/23 Gifu club-G Gifu 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
5/24 Nagoya BOTTOM LINE Aichi 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
6/6 Koriyama Hip Shot Japan Fukushima 14:00 14:30
17:30 18:00
  • Total: 4 Shows

On February 27, 2020, it was announced that the March 7 concerts in Chiba were cancelled in consideration of a new policy established by the government to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.[1] On March 4, it was announced that the March 15 concerts in Kanagawa were cancelled as well.[2] On March 11, a new update announced that the March 29 concerts were cancelled.[3] On March 27, a new update announced that the April 4 and 5 concerts were cancelled. [4] On April 6, it was announced that all April shows would be cancelled as well,[5] and about a week later, on April 14, it was announced that all May shows will be cancelled too.[6] On April 21, it was announced that the June 6 show was also cancelled, effectively cancelling the remainder of the tour.[7]

Rescheduled ConcertsEdit

The March 7 concerts in Kashiwa PALOOZA were rescheduled for the following dates,[8] however, they also got cancelled.

Date Venue Prefecture Concert Starts
5/26 Kashiwa PALOOZA Chiba 18:30
5/27 18:30

GalleryEdit

  • Yamagishi Riko
  • Ogata Risa
  • Niinuma Kisora
  • Tanimoto Ami
  • Kishimoto Yumeno
  • Asakura Kiki
  • Ono Mizuho
  • Onoda Saori
  • Akiyama Mao

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