LUNA SEA to release new album co-produced by Steve Lillywhite and ready to rock Hong Kong for first time in 6 years

Worldwide famous Japanese rock band LUNA SEA will perform for the first time since 2013 outside of Japan. The long awaited show will be held in Hong Kong this Friday, June 7th, 2019.

It is the first opportunity for fans in Hong Kong to see LUNA SEA’s one of a kind live show since “LUNA SEA ASIA LIVE TOUR 2012-2013 – The End of the Dream” in 2013. Six years fans from Hong Kong have begged LUNA SEA to return to their country and now their prayers have been answered.

LUNA SEA just celebrated their 30th anniversary at Nippon Budokan on May 29th, 2019. Now it is time to deliver their music to the world once again and proof to everyone that there is a reason why they have been around for 30 years.

With a new album in the works co-produced by Grammy award-winning music producer Steve Lillywhite, who has worked with artists such as U2, The Rolling Stones and Thirty Seconds to Mars and LUNA SEA’s lead guitarist SUGIZO being the executive music director for the “GUNDAM’s 40th anniversary project” this is definitely not the last you will hear of one of Japan’s number one rock bands.

Don’t miss out!

LUNA SEA “宇宙の詩 (Sora No Uta) ~Higher and Higher~” MV

LUNA SEA “Hisoubi” MV

[Show Details]

LUNA SEA 30th Anniversary Special Live in Hong Kong

June 7th (Fri), 2019

17:00 (Door Open) / 19:00 (Start)

Asia World Expo Hall 10

Ticket: Seating $880 / $580

Anniversary Zone Package (HK$ 1,989 (All standing)

[Anniversary Zone Package]

Anniversary Zone Pass x1, Limited T-shirt x1, Thank you Card x1, Limited Keyring x1, Limited Tote Bag x1

(All items not for sale)

Use of the express line at the merchandise booth.

Entrance to the all standing Anniversary Zone in front of the stage.

For Details Visit: https://lunaseaasia2019.asiamusicgrp.com/

[LUNA SEA]

Official Website http://lunasea.jp

Facebook http://www.facebook.com/lunaseareboot

Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/lunaseaofficial

Photos by: Keiko Tanabe / Rui Hashimoto

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