Fantôme Iris 1st LIVE -C’est la vie!- to be held in August [UPDATED]

Fantôme Iris

Fantôme Iris bring their grandiose visual-kei to the stage for their 1st live show.

Fantôme Iris is a visual-kei outfit part of the ARGONAVIS from BanG Dream! franchise.

Fantôme Iris consists of Arthur Lounsbery (on vocals), Wada Masaya (Guitar), Jun Fukuyama (guitar), Tsubasa Yonaga (bass), Taiyo Ayukawa (drums) On a live setting, only Arthur Lounsbery performs.

Fantôme Iris 1st LIVE -C’est la vie!- was originally going to be held on 05/05/2021 and later moved to 16/08/2021.

Unfortunately, one of the staff members was diagnosed with Covid-19.

To abide by the health and safety measures set by the Concert Promoters Association of Japan, the live show will be postponed with a new date to be announced later.

The live show was held at Zepp Haneda in Tokyo on 16/08/2021 and featured a live streaming (paid) component through Streaming+.

The first 3 songs performed at this live show were livestreamed for free on Argonavis from BanG Dream’s official YouTube channel.

Those who purchased tickets to the live show (in-person or live streaming) will be able to use those for the rescheduled date.

For reference, the livestream will be available to those living in:

  • Australia,
  • Brazil,
  • Canada,
  • Hong Kong,
  • Indonesia,
  • South Korea,
  • Macau,
  • Malaysia,
  • Philippines,
  • Singapore,
  • Taiwan,
  • Thailand,
  • The United Kingdom,
  • The United States.

For more details on this live show, please refer to ARGONAVIS’ official website (link below).

Source: ARGONAVIS Official website (Postponement)

Last updated on 20/08/2021

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Vanessa Silva
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