SINGAPORE – Due to overwhelming response, five more sessions with a total of 643 seats have been added for the concert film Arashi Anniversary Tour 5x20 Film Record Of Memories. The ticket sales will open this Friday (29 October) at 5pm.
The initial sale happened last Friday (22 October), and all 480 tickets were snapped up within 15 minutes. Despite the fact that J-pop idol Arashi is now on hiatus, their fans are still very active.
A number of disappointed fans were unable to get their hands on the hot-selling tickets to Arashi’s first-ever concert film. However, these fans will not need to worry anymore, as Golden Village (GV) has heard their desperate cries.
In addition to the sold-out sessions on Arashi’s debut anniversary (3 November), and 13-14 November, there will also be sessions on 20-21 November at GV Plaza, and a finale screening at GV Grand on 26 November, which is the birthday of Arashi’s leader Satoshi Ohno. Tickets are priced at S$30 for the general public, and S$26 for GV Movie Club members.
Captured by over 100 cameras, Arashi Anniversary Tour 5x20 Film Record Of Memories is a 148-minute film, which shows one of the group’s last concerts during their anniversary tour 5x20, before their hiatus on 31 December 2020.
Director Yukihiko Tsutsumi, who also made Arashi’s debut film Pikanchi (2002), leads the audience to experience the concert through the eyes of the stars on stage. With the concert film, fans can enjoy their time together for one last time.