Japan Dome Tour

Japan Dome Tour
Tour by Big Bang
Location Japan
Start date November 16, 2013 (2013-11-16)
End date January 13, 2014 (2014-01-13)
Legs 1
Shows 16 total
Box office US$70.6 million[1]
Website .com.ygbigbangalive
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Japan Dome Tour was the fourth Japanese concert tour by South Korean band Big Bang. The tour visited six of Japan's major concert domes, making Big Bang the first foreign artists to headline their own six-Dome tour. One of the country's highest-grossing concert tours of the year, it grossed over US$70.6 million from sixteen shows, with all of the tickets for the tour sold out.[1]


The concert kicked off with the Japanese version of BIGBANG’s ‘Haru Haru’, and the song was followed by ‘My Heaven,’ BIGBANG’s debut single released in 2009, ‘Gara Gara Go’, which helped the group win the best new artist prize at Japan’s record awards ceremony. As the scale of the stadium is immense, BIGBANG used a flying stage that enables the entire stage to move, while also using a moving car that allows all five members to go closer to the fans. Such equipment fired up the Japanese fans, and the stadium was filled with enthusiasm. The three-hour long concert encompassed more than 30 songs, including encore and re-encore, and not a minute has passed without providing a source of entertainment to the fans.


The president of YG Entertainment Japan Yoshimi Watanabe explained in a press conference before the last concert of BIGBANG Japan six dome tour that BIGBANG is more than just a K-Pop stars, "BIGBANG is mostly seen as a global artist. Japanese music fans are mainly divided into two groups, those who like domestic music, and those who like Western music. And both of the two groups tend to like BIGBANG’s music and fashion." [2]


This setlist is representative of their first show in Saitama.

  1. "Haru Haru"
  2. "Blue"
  3. "Bad Boy"
  4. "Gara Gara Go!"
  5. "Hands Up"
  6. "Let’s talk about love" (Seungri)
  7. "Gotta talk to you" (Seungri)
  8. "What can I do" (Seungri)
  9. "Wings" (Daesung)
  10. "Joyful" (Daesung)
  11. "Tell me Goodbye"
  12. "Love Song"
  13. "LALALA"
  14. "BIGBANG"
  15. "Shake it"
  16. "Ringa Linga" (Taeyang)
  17. "Breakdown" (Taeyang)
  18. "Superstar" (Taeyang)
  19. "Crayon" (G-Dragon)
  20. "Crooked" (G-Dragon)
  21. "Turn it up" (T.O.P)
  22. "DOOM DADA" (T.O.P)
  23. "Tonight"
  24. "Feeling"
  25. "Last Farewell"
  26. "Fantastic Baby"
  27. "Lies"
  28. "My Heaven"
  1. "Sunset Glow"
  2. "Koe wo Kikasete"
  3. "Fantastic Baby"
  4. "Feeling"
  5. "Bad boy"

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, venue, and tickets sold
Date City Country Venue Attendance[3]
November 16, 2013 Saitama Japan Seibu Dome 80,000
November 17, 2013
November 29, 2013 Osaka Kyocera Dome 150,000
November 30, 2013
December 1, 2013
December 7, 2013 Fukuoka Fukuoka Dome 100,000
December 8, 2013
December 14, 2013 Nagoya Nagoya Dome 81,000
December 15, 2013
December 19, 2013 Tokyo Tokyo Dome 165,000
December 20, 2013
December 21, 2013
January 4, 2014 Sapporo Sapporo Dome 45,000
January 11, 2014 Osaka Kyocera Dome 150,000
January 12, 2014
January 13, 2014
TOTAL 771,000



  1. ^ a b Jackson, Julie (January 14, 2014). "Big Bang closes Japan Dome Tour, breaks ticket sales record". The Korea Herald. Retrieved September 4, 2014. 
  2. ^ http://www.yg-life.com/archives/26588?lang=en
  3. ^ "“Three Reasons” Why BIGBANG Fascinated 770,000 Japanese Fans". yg-life.com. YG Entertainment. January 14, 2014. Retrieved September 4, 2014. 

External links

  • Official website
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