Updated: Sold Out!

Yune will perform her first dedicated gig in February 2019! Yune is producing the entire 3½ hour show herself, with all the content being planned by her. There are two special guests: firstly long-time idol friend Mirei, who is another solo specialist like Yune and has made her name with Babymetal covers. The second guest is upcoming idol Yun, who like Yune is just 10 years old. Yun is known for accompanying her singing on guitar.

The event will be called “Zero Live”. There will be a live showcase with a long set-list including original songs (maybe some new ones too?) as well as some fun and challenging covers. There might possibly be collaborations with the guests too. Next there will be chat and games amongst the performers and audience. Finally there will be goods sales and a chance to meet Yune, Mirei and Yun in person.




When: February 9th, 2019. Doors open 11:00 for a 11:30 start. The event ends at 15:00.

Where: Com Cafe Otokura, Shimokitazawa, Tokyo (map).
Shimokitazawa is in the fashionable west suburbs of Tokyo. Take a Keio Inokashira train from Shibuya, it’s just a few stops, 10 minutes or so. The venue is a basement cafe very close to the station north exit. Make sure you go to the North exit, because the streets are small and confusing around this area.

Tickets: The event sold out within a day. But Yune does lots of events, so check back again.  3500 yen, + 500 yen for a drink ticket on the door. Only 40 tickets will be made available on a first-come first-served basis – so order quickly before they sell out!

Ordering Instructions:
1. Go to the ticket webpage.

2. Scroll to the bottom, enter the number of tickets and press “Checkout”
3. Enter the three starred fields, first Surname (姓), then First Name (名), then Email Address (メールアドレス), you can leave the rest blank.
4. Then press the button and proceed with your payment. Sometimes Japanese banks won’t accept foreign cards, so Paypal is most likely to be accepted.

The drink payment will be on the door.


Note: Despite the guests, this is called a one-man live in Japan and is the mark of a performer becoming well-known and popular. The idea is that the live is hosted by and focuses on a single performer.