To be disbanded this November after 26 years in the industry, J-pop idol group V6 has announced that they will hold a final concert tour around Japan. As V6 hoped to be with their fans till the very last day, the concert tour will happen from their debut anniversary 4 September till their CD debut anniversary 1 November.
Titled V6 Groove, the concert tour will provide fans with an uplifting feeling that makes you want to move your body. The title expresses V6’s intention of having their fans feel the group’s current groove.
Despite the pandemic situation, the concert tour will be held with live audiences. Starting with Fukuoka on 4 September, V6 will be holding a total of 17 concerts spread among nine venues around Japan, including Hokkaido and Osaka — just to thank fans from different parts of Japan.
As V6 hoped to spend the last day with as many fans as possible, their last concert on 1 November will be live-streamed through Johnny’s Net Online. V6 commented, “We are happy if all the fans who have supported us can feel our gratitude.” Each livestream ticket is priced at 5,800 yen (about S$71), but it has not been confirmed when they can be purchased.
Their final album titled Step is also scheduled for release on 4 September. V6 said in a message to fans, “Please check out V6’s Step. We hope it will bring as many smiles as possible.” Step will feature new songs produced by V6, which will be performed during their final concert tour.
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