A four-day mega-party of Japanese rock ‘n’ roll, this is either your countdown dream or a New Year’s nightmare. If it’s the latter, then check out these alternatives, but if you’re all about the domestic music scene, keep reading. Running since 2003, they usually boast over 188,000 visitors and more than 150 acts.
Now, back for the first time in three years, this one is bound to be a big. Check out the full line-up to see if it’s your kind of thing.
The tickets start at ¥13,000 for a one-day ticket on Dec. 28, 29, and 30. A one-day ticket for the main event on Dec. 31 costs ¥13,500
You can get combined two-night tickets for between ¥25,000 and ¥25,500, three nights for ¥34,000 or ¥34,500 or all four for ¥42,500. Note that only two tickets are available per person in the lottery allocation application via the app.Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.
- 0.6 km from Kaihin-Makuhari Station Keiyō Line (JE14)