Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Ayaka Announces 10th Anniversary Tour

Ayaka celebrated her 10th anniversary with a special live at Yoyogi National Gymnasium on February 1st. A special 10th anniversary tour was announced during this live show. 

It was a special day for Ayaka and fans, as the singer shared anecdotes from her past and sang several popular songs, including "Mikazuki", "melody", and "beautiful".

During the first MC segment she commented, "It's already been 10 years. I can't express in words how happy I am to have worked with the music I love these past 10 years and that I was able to reach this milestone with everyone. Thank you!".

She also shared anecdotes from her past, including one February 10th which she spent going to radio stations and CD shops. She also shared feelings about her hiatus following her Graves' disease, adding she quickly realized she couldn't live without music.

The show continued with various songs being performed, such as "Tsuyoku Omou", "Te wo Tsunagou", "No end", "Have fun!!", "Minna Sora no Shita" and a cover of Alicia Keys' "If I Ain't Got You".

During the encore she performed tracks such as "Yume no Mikata ni" and "WINDING ROAD". Before the finale, the singer called out to the crowd and stated, "In the next 10 years, I will aim for even greater heights and do my best to continue delivering songs to everyone, so please follow me." 

She added, "I wrote this song when I was just 16 years old. The feelings that I poured into this song back then haven't changed until now. I hope to believe in my own voice and continue walking forward, one step at a time." She then started singing her debut song, "I believe".

During the concert she announced a 10th anniversary arena tour. 

Ayaka Debut 10th Anniversary Tour (Tentative) Tour Dates:
  • September 3 - Nippon Gaishi Hall (Aichi)
  • September 4- Nippon Gaishi Hall (Aichi)
  • September 19 - Osaka-jo Hall (Osaka)
  • September 24 - Xebio Arena Sendai (Miyagi)
  • September 25 - Xebio Arena Sendai (Miyagi)
  • October 8 - Marine Messe Fukuoka (Fukuoka)
  • October 22 - Saitama Super Arena (Saitama)
  • October 23 - Saitama Super Arena (Saitama)
  • November 3 - Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center (Hokkaido)
  • November 12 - Ehimeken Budokan (Ehime)
  • November 23 - Hiroshima Green Arena (Hiroshima)
  • December 17 - Nippon Budokan (Tokyo)
  • December 18 - Nippon Budokan (Tokyo)

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