UMake to kick off 4th live tour in April [UPDATED]

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UMake are ready to hit the road for another live tour after the series of postponements and cancellations in 2020.

UMake, unit consisting of Yumeraji’s hosts Kento Ito and Yoshiki Nakajima, are going to embark on their 4th tour this Spring.

UMake 4th Live Tour「Love」is going to take place in April and May 2021 and will count with 4 stops.

The dates and locations are the following:

  • 25/04/2021 at Zepp Sapporo
  • 04/05/2021 at Zepp Osaka Bayside [POSTPONED]
  • 09/05/2021 at Zepp Fukuoka [POSTPONED]
  • 15/05/2021 at Zepp DiverCity TOKYO [POSTPONED]

You can listen in the video below the announcement made by the duo on their radio show, Yumeradi.


The postponements

UMake announced that due to the state of emergency issued by the Japanese government to Osaka Prefecture, they’ve decided to postpone the performance in Osaka at Zepp Osaka Bayside on 04/05/2021.

At the same time, their stop at Zepp Fukuoka on 09/05/2021 is postponed. UMake mentions that, unfortunately, some of the members involved in the production of the live confirmed that they were positive for Covid-19.

Most recently, the duo announced the postponement of their stop at Zepp DiverCity TOKYO on 15/05/2021 following the extension of state of emergency in Japan.

The duo is working towards rescheduling both performances however if that isn’t possible, the Osaka, Fukuoka and Tokyo stops in the tour will be unavoidably cancelled.

Rescheduled dates

UMake announced that the Osaka stop in the “love” tour was rescheduled to 31/07/2021 however, Yoshiki Nakajima was diagnosed with Covid-19 a week before the show would take place.

According to UMake, Nakajima is asymptomatic and wasn’t in contact with UMake’s Kento Ito, as the band had yet to rehearse for the live show.

The performance in Osaka is, once more, postponed. A rescheduled date is going to be announced at a later date.


SOURCE: UMake official website (Osaka postponement / Fukuoka postponement / Tokyo postponement / New postponement of Osaka stop)

Last updated on 25/07/2021

Vanessa Silvahttps://www.handthatfeedshq.com
The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Also, the only person managing everything The Hand That Feeds HQ related. In 2011, I stumbled upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus". Since then I have been writing about male seiyuu music. You may find me writing almost essays whenever music is really good (not limited to, but it happens a lot with Soma Saito's music). I also host the male seiyuu-centric podcast, SEIYUU LOUNGE (see Spotify link in this profile).

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