POLYSICS holds a tour for the first time in a year following the release of the theme song for the TV anime “Cells at Work! BLACK” | OKMusic

POLYSICS, who will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their major debut in 2020, will continue to be at the forefront of the Japanese rock scene, and will be performing on April 3 (Sat) in Osaka / ANIMA for the first time in a year. ~ Run! Immune cell activation! ~ ”Was announced to be held.

The tour was decided after the release of the CD single “Run! With Yamasaki Seiya (Kyusonekokami)” including the theme song of the TV anime “Cells at Work! BLACK” for the first time in nine years. For them, it will be the first tour with a new system.

For more than 20 years, a “genuine live band” that has delivered a sound full of originality to live houses all over the world, like red blood cells that carry oxygen to every corner of the body without stopping activities. “They are. “POLYSICS TOUR 2021 ~ Run! Immune cell activation! The tour ticket, which is titled “…”, is available for pre-order until 23:59 on February 7th (Sun) at their official community “CLUB TOISU”, so check the official website for details. Try.

April 03 (Sat) Osaka / ANIMA

OPEN 17:30 / START 18:00

April 04 (Sun) Aichi / Nagoya UPSET

OPEN 17:30 / START 18:00

April 11 (Sun) Shimokitazawa, Tokyo Shangri-La

OPEN 17:30 / START 18:00


All performances: Advance ¥ 5,000 (drinks not included)

・ CLUB TOISU members precedent

February 1st (Monday) 12:00 to February 7th (Sunday) 23:59

Detailed URL:https://fanicon.net/ticket/530

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