Shouta Aoi to kick off “WONDER lab. coRe” live tour in December

Shouta Aoi is gearing up for a long, in-person live tour, the first one in 3 years. Get to know the first details on “WONDER lab. coRe”.

AOI SHOUTA LIVE 2021-2022 WONDER lab. coRe is going to visit 5 cities in Japan.

The tour kicks off in Fukuoka in late December and wraps up in Tokyo in February 2022. As of now, there are no details about livestreaming for international fans.

The complete tour dates are the following:

  • 25/12/2021 at Fukuoka Sun Palace Hall in Fukuoka 
  • 16/01/2022 at NTK Hall in Aichi
  • 22/01/2022 at Sendai Sunplaza Hall in Miyagi
  • 30/01/2022 at Osaka International Conference Center in Osaka
  • 12/02/2022 at Tokyo Garden Theatre

It was announced in February 2022 that the last stop in this tour – Tokyo Garden Theatre – is going to be streamed (paid) via ULIZA on 26/02/2022. The stream will be available in achieve until March, 6 2022.

This is a delayed stream, meaning it’s not live but a recording of the Tokyo Garden Theatre stop in the tour (Feb 12).

Starting on February 5, tickets can be purchased HERE (ticket piaa).

People residing in the following countries can watch this livestream:

  • United States
  • Netherlands,
  • Greece,
  • Germany,
  • Belgium,
  • Romania,
  • Hungary,
  • Denmark,
  • Ireland,
  • Finland,
  • Portugal,
  • UK,
  • Spain,
  • France,
  • Italy,
  • Norway,
  • Czech Republic,
  • Bulgaria,
  • Sweden,
  • Austria,
  • Poland,
  • Switzerland,
  • India,
  • Malaysia,
  • Hong Kong,
  • Philippines,
  • South Korea,
  • Singapore,
  • Taiwan,
  • Australia,
  • Colombia,
  • Argentina,
  • Brazil,
  • Chile,
  • United Arab Emirates,
  • Bahrain,
  • Israel,
  • South Africa,
  • Kenya

More details on this tour can be found on the official website (link below).

Source: Shouta Aoi staff official Twitter account / Shouta Aoi official website / Tickets for livestream via Piaa (information in English)

Last updated on 04/02/2022

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