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FIRST LIVE SHOW
by hinageshi_hana (hinageshi_hana)
at July 3rd, 2015 (11:31 pm)

Important info under the cut for anyone lucky enough to be in Japan on the 13th September.

EDITED 12 JULY 2015


Tickets now on sale for the first AYA/CruelShe show as detailed by the lady herself.

For the rest of us, my trademark 20-minute slapjob translation:

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Howdy yall.
There's no need to worry.
I'm now feeling super awesome.
And there is now an official announcement for my live show!1!!

http://beachnine.com/info
http://goope.jp/goope/27271/150701160913-559392190ed13.pdf*

Sunday 13 September Shimokitazawa GARDEN tickets have now gone on sale.
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00
ADV 3,000YEN / DOOR 3,500YEN (+1DRINK 500YEN)
INFO:GARDEN 03‑3410‑3431
(13:00~21:00)
TICKET:GARDEN storefront/イープラス/ チケットぴあ / ローソンチケット**

I'm looking forward to seeing everyone who has supported me :)

Thanks for sending so many letters!
And I really loved the 龍角散 candies!!***
The letters written on momiji style paper are really beautiful. ****
The letters from overseas are also so, so important.

T H A N K Y O U

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*if you just see a mostly white sheet, download the pdf and open it in another pdf viewer. It's an info sheet on all bands in the lineup.
**The last three are online tickets. More info below.
***Have no idea what these candies are, too sleepy to find out
****momiji may refer to autumn/fall leaves. So probably talking about pretty paper with leaf illustrations

BUYING TICKETS

1st option is the Shimokitazawa GARDEN which is the actual venue
2nd option is ePlus イープラス - the CruelShe link is here
3rd option is the Ticket Bar チケットぴあ with the CruelShe tickets sold here
4th option is the Lawson ticket centre, info here

I'm pretty sure you can only use these online services in Japan, but can double check that if anyone wants.

Remember to check Aya's blog post for a couple more cool photos.

ROCK HARD, ROCK ON.
HH.

EDIT 12 JULY 2015: For those of us who are not native Japanese speakers or living in Japan, avoid trying to navigate the e-Ticket websites.
I recommend buying from the venue itself (printing out a copy of the show's poster goes a long way).
If you have some Japanese language under your belt, you can buy from the ticket vending machines in the Lawson convenience store chain.

See the link below for more information:
http://www.japanconcerttickets.com/howto/buying-concert-tickets-japan/

I can't give any more info than that, as I am based in Australia.