SMAP’s new ‘Mr. S’ Dome Tour set to Mobilize 1 Million Audience

SMAP has announced they will be releasing a new album, ‘Mr. S’ on September 3. A day after, they will embark on their Dome Tour with the title ‘Mr.S-SAIKOU DE SAIKOU NO CONCERT TOUR-‘, planned to gather one million audience for 22 performances. The tour starts at the Tokyo Dome, followed by Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Sapporo Dome, Nagoya Dome, and Fukuoka Yahoo! Auctions. It’s been two years since the group’s last tour and they have not held a tour this big since ‘Pop Up! SMAP -Tobimasu! Dobidasu! Tobisuma? TOUR-‘ in 2006.

This larger concert scale is to carry out members’ wish to have as many audiences to enjoy their concerts.


The theme of this album tour is “Mr.S -SAITEI DE SAIKOU NO OTOKO-“. Mr.S is an unidentified man who mesmerizes not only women but men with his dandyish-behavior. He expresses the attractive man with conflicting characters such as “energetic and cool”, “cute and sexy” and “spite but kind”.

Thursday, September 4th – Tokyo Dome (Tokyo)
Friday, September 5th – Tokyo Dome (Tokyo)
Saturday, September 6th – Tokyo Dome (Tokyo)
Sunday, September 7th – Tokyo Dome (Tokyo)
Monday, September 8th – Tokyo Dome (Tokyo)
Friday, September 12th – Kyocera Dome Osaka (Osaka)
Saturday, September 13th – Kyocera Dome Osaka (Osaka)
Sunday, September 14th – Kyocera Dome Osaka (Osaka)
Monday, September 15th – Kyocera Dome Osaka (Osaka)
Saturday, September 20th – Sapporo Dome (Hokkaido)
Sunday, September 21st – Sapporo Dome (Hokkaido)
Saturday, November 8th – Nagoya Dome (Aichi)
Sunday, November 9th – Nagoya Dome (Aichi)
Thursday, November 20th – Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome (Fukuoka)
Friday, November 21st – Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome (Fukuoka)
Saturday, November 22nd – Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome (Fukuoka)
Sunday, November 23rd – Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome (Fukuoka)
Wednesday, December 24th – Kyocera Dome Osaka (Osaka)
Thursday, December 25th – Kyocera Dome Osaka (Osaka)
Saturday, January 10th – Nagoya Dome (Aichi)
Sunday, January 11th – Nagoya Dome (Aichi)
Monday, January 12th – Nagoya Dome (Aichi)

Source: Oricon, MJP


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