After the announcement of the highly-popular rock group SCANDAL’s upcoming concert in Singapore this May, the Japanese entertainment company SOZO has announced that LiSA is set to perform in the Philippines and Singapore, which will be a part of their Japan Music Festival (JMF) platform.


Japan Music Festival 2015 - LiSA ~ANOTHER GREAT DAY in Manila~

LiSA is set to have a mini-live concert and fan meet, titled ~ANOTHER GREAT DAY in Manila~, on Saturday, June 27, at Samsung Hall at the SM Aura Premier in Taguig City. This will be her first time appearing in the Philippines.

Tickets will be sold at PHP2,998 (about USD68), which will include an autographed poster. Tickets will be sold through SM Ticket outlets, which will start on Monday, April 20. Event gates will open at 05:00pm, and the concert starts an hour later.

Well-known event organizer is partnering with SOZO to organize the event.


Japan Music Festival 2015 - LiVE is Smile Always ~Singapore 2015~

The popular singer is also set to have her very first solo concert in Singapore, titled “LiVE is Smile Always ~Singapore 2015~, on Saturday, July 18 at Resorts World™ Theatre at the Resorts World Sentosa.

Early Bird tickets will be sold from April 20 at 10:00am to April 26 at 11:59pm, which will cost SGD138 (about USD102) for V.I.P. tickets (autographed poster included) and SGD88 (about USD65) for General Admission tickets. Ticket prices exclude SISTIC ticketing charge & Sentosa entrance fee.

Regular tickets will be sold from April 27 at 10:00am onwards, which will cost SGD148 (about USD109) for V.I.P. tickets (autographed poster included) and SGD98 (about USD72) for General Admission tickets. Ticket prices exclude SISTIC ticketing charge & Sentosa entrance fee, until supplies last.

Event gates will be opened at 05:30pm, while the concert will start an hour later.

This will be LiSA’s fifth visit in Singapore, where the previous four (4) happened during Anime Festival Asia, and this will be her first solo concert.


LiSA (real name: Risa Oribe) debut in 2010 for singing in the band “Girls Dead Monster” from the popular anime series Angel Beats, where its song’s release topped Oricon charts.

The following years, as a solo artist, she released a mini-album and perform theme songs for anime series, which include “Oath/Sign” for Fate/Zero, “Crossing Fields” for Sword Art Online, and “Rising Hope” for The Irregular at Magic High School.

She had recently released her third studio album, titled “Launcher”, last March 04, which had peaked at Number 3 in Oricon charts. She also sung her recent single “Rally Go Round”, which is being used as an opening theme song for the popular anime Nisekoi’s second season.


SOURCE: JMF – Japan Music Festival on Facebook [1] [2]