The Pegasus Dream Tour
© Avex Management
Monday, August 9 – Saturday, August 21
Sunday, August 22, 11:00 AM, 6:00 PM, 11:00 PM
*All times listed are in Japan Standard Time
Concert Live Theme: Matchmaking
Pikotaro is famous for his connecting of various objects using his left and right hands in the hit song, PPAP. He plans to become an avatar and use his famed power of “connection” to invite and connect users from across the globe with laughter in his joyfully funny live show. Pikotaro believes that a monument needs to be resurrected in his to build it for him, but he has to call on players to build it for him. What will the players eventually create for his live show?
“I’m Piko-proud to be a part of this project with such impressive members! Be it in real life or online, Piko will always be Piko! I’ll take your Pen, and I’ll take your Apple, and Uh! Connect them! We’ll connect with friends all over the world and share our smiles and Piko-peace!
He is currently using his experience as an SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) promoter to make these ideals accessible and spread them worldwide for his ultimate goal of world peace."
A singer-songwriter born in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Pikotaro unveiled his song PPAP on YouTube in 2016, which, when combining the figures from the Pikotaro Channel and the Ultra Music channel, has been played back 600 million times. When including related videos, this number shoots up to a whopping 2 billion views.
Pikotaro became the first Japanese person to hold the #1 position on YouTube’s Global Music Charts for 3 consecutive weeks. He also made his way into the Guinness Book of World Records for having the shortest song to chart in the Billboard Hot 100.
In April 2020, Pikotaro released PPAP -2020- to spread the message about the importance of washing one’s hands during the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pikotaro Official Site
Experience futuristic RPG-like live concerts!
Not only will there be live concerts to enjoy, but also RPG-style stories leading up to the actual day of the virtual live performance.
For approximately 2 weeks between the start of each event and the day of the live concert, players can help build the concert venue for each artist by playing minigames.
New interactive experiences await players, such as call-and-response emotes (for a greater sense of unity during the live concert), and a backstory whose climax involves both the artists and fans to join forces and prevent the concerts from being annihilated.
Let's download "The Pegasus Dream Tour" and look forward to
shows being held inside "Pegasus City!"