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UVERworld

UVERworld Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 96,575
Category Rock
Concerts
Jun
06
Zepp Sapporo
札幌市
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Jun
15
ぴあアリーナMM
横浜市
Tickets
Jul
13
いわみざわ公園
岩見沢市
Tickets
Jul
14
いわみざわ公園
岩見沢市
Tickets
About UVERworld
UVERworld (ウーバーワールド, Ūbāwārudo?) is a Japanese rock band known for their mixture of musical genres such as hard rock, electronic, and beat-boxing. UVERchan, the band's mascot, is a fictional bear-bat like character, which appears on several of their covers. The five-member band known as UVERworld first formed in 2003, and were known as Sound Goku Road or, more popularly, "Sangoku Road." The band originally consisted of seven members, and released a demo CD which ended up selling 3,000 copies. Unfortunately, one of the band members, the saxophonist Seika, left the group (the other was Hiko, who left after he married). After his departure, Ace∞trigger renamed himself TAKUYA∞ and the band renamed itself to UVERworld. According to an interview with the band there was another vocalist who left, however this vocalist hasn't yet been identified. Though it appears that that person may have left some time before Seika did, as Seika is the only one of the two credited on the demo CD and pictured with very early live photos of the band pre-UVERworld. 2005 was the year that the band signed with the label gr8! records, which is under Sony Music Records. The band made their debut with the single "D-tecnoLife", which served as the 2nd opening theme song for the anime BLEACH. After three months UVERworld's second single, "CHANCE!" was used as the theme for the PSP game Bleach: Heat the Soul 2 and was the last single released in 2005. On January 25, 2006 "just Melody", the band's third single, ended up at #17 on the Oricon charts. Three weeks later UVERworld's 1st album Timeless was released, breaking the top 10 at #5 and selling 60,000 copies. Seika made a brief return during this album, playing saxophone for track 5, Yasashisa no Shizuku. After a three month break, UVERworld released "Colors of the Heart" as the third opening theme for BLOOD+, an anime series based on the animated movie, Blood: The Last Vampire. The single debuted at #3 and was the highest position any of UVERworld's singles had reached up to that time. Their 5th single, entitled SHAMROCK, was released on August 2, 2006, and was used as the ending theme for the J-Drama Dance☆Drill, a show about a group of girls who aspire to become cheerleaders. UVERworld's 6th Single was released on November 15, 2006, entitled "Kimi No Suki na Uta", the song was used as the theme song for the TBS TV show Koi Suru Hanikami! or Honey Coming! from October until December. It was the first ballad UVERworld released as a single, and it reached number two on the Oricon charts (the highest place for an UVERworld single thus far) until it fell off of the charts three and a half weeks later. It sold around 70,000 copies according to the Oricon sales charts. On February 21, 2007, UVERworld released their second album titled BUG RIGHT. It featured the singles UVERworld had put out after the release of Timeless, and also included their song "~Nagare・Kuukyo・THIS WORD~" (~流れ・空虚・THIS WORlD~), which was used for the film soundtrack "The songs for DEATH NOTE the movie 〜the Last name TRIBUTE〜." The band's newest effort, titled PROGLUTION, was released on January 16, 2008 and contains a full 18 tracks. It is available in two forms, a CD-only version and a Limited Edition CD+DVD. Another song, called "Gekidou," and also have the "Gekidou radio" version was used as the fourth opening theme of the anime series, D.Gray-man.
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Frequently Asked Questions About UVERworld

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is UVERworld on tour?

Yes, UVERworld is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming UVERworld concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The UVERworld tour is scheduled for 4 dates across 0 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is UVERworld scheduled to play?

UVERworld is scheduled to play 4 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the UVERworld tour start?

UVERworld’s tour starts Jun 06, 2024 and ends on Jul 14, 2024. They will play 0 cities; their most recent concert was held in 札幌市 at Zepp Sapporo and their next upcoming concert will be in 岩見沢市 at いわみざわ公園.

What venues is UVERworld performing at?

As part of the UVERworld tour, UVERworld is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 06 - 札幌市, 北海道 @ Zepp Sapporo
Jun 15 - 横浜市, 神奈川県 @ ぴあアリーナMM
Jul 13 - 岩見沢市, 北海道 @ いわみざわ公園
Jul 14 - 岩見沢市, 北海道 @ いわみざわ公園
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