To all ticket holders of the Hiroshima concerts for today and tomorrow, the shows will be rescheduled as follows:
12/3 will be postponed to 10/9
13/3 will be postponed to 11/9
The venue remains unchanged (Hiroshima Green Arena).
Please retain your tickets for the rescheduled shows. Refunds will be available for those who cannot make the dates, we apologise for the inconvenience caused. Please approach the same ticketing counters (as your purchase) after 14/3.
For further infomation, please contact Candy Promotions (キャンディープロモーション) at ０８２（２４９）８３３４
The goods counters for these 2 days will be closed. Your kind undertsanding would be much appreciated.
The following is an official notice by Team Fukuyama and Masha himself posted at the official website with regards to the Live Bang! tour thus far after the Sendai Quake on 11.03.2011. You can read more here and here and a report here. Hopefully all will be back to normal soon and the show goes on for the coming stops. Translated by Izumisano.
Notice regarding the concerts from tomorrow onwards
Upon consideration of the damage caused by the major earthquake today, and after due discussion, the Hiroshima concerts for tomorrow and the day after will be postponed. We are in negotiation with the organizors to reschedule to a later date. For customers with tickets and looking forward to the shows for tomorrow and the day after, please accept our utmost apologies. We hope for your kind understanding in this matter. Details of the ticket refunds and schedule of transfers will advised later. As for the performances after Hiroshima, we are currently verifying with the respective venues and will also advise of details later.
At present, the aftershocks and tsunami are still occuring. However worried you are, please listen to the news and think carefully before you act.
Team Fukuyama staff
I am very sorry to those of you who are looking forward to this, but the shows scheduled for tomorrow and the day after will have to be postponed. As for the rest of the Tour after Hiroshima, we will make an announcement as soon as a decision has been made. Please wait for a while longer. For a disaster on a scale like this, it is likely to have affected someone we may know. We still don't know how the disaster victims are doing, I can only hope that everyone is safe now.
Fukuyama Masaharu 2011/3/11, 23:50