END OF THE WORLD (SEKAI NO OWARI) LIVE IN HONG KONG
Date: Wednesday, 12 September 2018
Venue: Star Hall, KITEC
Ticketing: Standing HKD888 | Seated HKD888/ HKD588
Lushington is proud to announce that one of Japan’s most popular music acts, End of the World (aka SEKAI NO OWARI) will return to perform live in Hong Kong on 12 September 2018 (Wednesday) at the Star Hall, KITEC. The Japanese group last performed in Hong Kong in 2017.
Tickets from HKD 588 will be on sale on 31 May 2018 (Thursday) 10 am, via www.hkticketing.com and hotline +852 31-288-288.
Lushington members will be able to purchase pre-sale tickets from 30 May 2018 (Wednesday), 10am to 11:59pm. For membership sign up and enquiries, please visit www.lushington.com.
End of the World is a Japanese creative group formed in Tokyo in 2005. The group is composed of four distinct talents: Nakajin (group leader, lead guitar, sound production); Fukase (lead vocals, group conceptualist); Saori (stage production, piano); and the masked clown DJ LOVE (sonic palette, comedic stage banter).
The four childhood friends combined their passion and deep personal connections to achieve unprecedented success as one of Japan’s premier music acts. Their latest album “Tree”, released in 2015 reached #1 on the Oricon charts and was certified Double Platinum by the RIAJ (Recording Industry Association of Japan). The group has had two sell-out shows at Japan’s largest venue, the Nissan Stadium which seats 70,000 people.
The group’s global debut single ‘One More Night’ was released in 2017, followed by their second international single ‘Stargazer’ released earlier this February. Last year in 2017, the band worked on collaborative projects with UK-based electronic act Clean Bandit after touring with them in the US and remixing their hit tune “Rockabye”, as well as the American funk-pop band DNCE.
After their huge success in Japan, the group has taken their show to the world with tours in the US, Korea, China, and Taiwan where their 2015 gig sold out in under two minutes. The group was honoured to be the first group from Japan on the MTV World Stage in Malaysia, and also performed at Clockenflap, Hong Kong’s Music & Arts Festival in November 2016.