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Yoshiki announces classic shows, New X Japan Single

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Yoshiki, legendary classical musician and frontman of metal band X Japan, has announced a 2023 date for his “Yoshiki Classics 10th Anniversary World Tour”. Along with the news, he also shared that he has a new single, “Requiem,” coming on July 21, and X Japan’s first single in eight years, “Angel,” will be released on July 28.

Celebrating an entire decade of his life Yoshiki classic album, the hit list will include new tracks and orchestral performances by [Yoshiki’s] Chart-topping songs from X Japan and his new compilations, and songs by classical composers Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninoff”.

“Last May, I lost my mother,” Yoshiki said in a press release. At that time, I couldn’t do anything. I had to cancel my live TV shows, and actually went to see the doctor, the tears kept flowing for days. Then I started making this song called “Requiem”. I thought I should move on, I shouldn’t To give in. To move on and to truly thank the fans who supported me, I decided to do this tour.”


Besides a few performances in Tokyo, Yoshiki will also be giving concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall, Los Angeles’ Dolby Theater, and New York’s Carnegie Hall in October, making him the first Japanese artist ever to headline some of these iconic venues.

Tickets for Yoshiki’s shows in the United States can be purchased through Ticketmaster, while details of his other shows can be found on his website. Once tickets sell out, you can also find them on StubHub, where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect Program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be above or below face value, depending on demand. See full dates below.

In March 2022, Yoshiki helped raise nearly $5 million for humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine after the Russian invasion.


Yoshiki’s 2023 tour dates:
10/07 – 09 – JP Tokyo Theater @ Tokyo Garden Theatre
10/13 – London, UK @ Royal Albert Hall
10/20 – Los Angeles, CA @ Dolby Theatre
10/28 – New York, NY @ Carnegie Hall

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