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Ariana Grande-Japan
Location

Makuhari Messe-International Exhibition Hall

Country

Tokyo, Japan

DATE

Thursday, 10 August 2017 -Sunday, 13 August 2017

About

Within less than a year, ARIANA GRANDE captured No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 twice—first with her Republic Records debut “Yours Truly” and also with its 2014 follow-up, “My Everything.”

In 2013, Ariana was named “Best New Artist” at the American Music Awards. Other accolades followed, with Ariana winning “Favorite Breakout Artist” at the People’s Choice Awards 2014, the “Young Influencer Award” at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, the “Radio Disney Chart Topper Award,” “Choice Female Artist” and “Choice Single” “Problem” at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, and more. At the 2014 MTV VMAS, “Problem” was named “Best Pop Video” as well. In November, Ariana took home the award for “Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock” at the 2015 American Music Awards.

2016 sees Ariana release her mega-anticipated third full-length album, “Dangerous Woman,” driven by the title track, which captured No. 1 on both iTunes Overall Top Songs Chart and Top Pop Songs Chart minutes after release. “Dangerous Woman” also debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, earning her the distinction of becoming the first artist to debut on the chart with the lead single from her first three albums.

3 shows : Aug 10, Aug 12 & Aug 13

Insider tips

LANGUAGE SPOKEN:
Japanese

CURRENCY:
Japanese Yen

VISA INFORMATION:
Any foreign visitor who wishes to enter Japan must have a passport, which must be valid during the period of stay.

Nationals of many countries are eligible to enter Japan without a visa unless the purpose of the visit is to reside in Japan, to obtain employment or to otherwise engage in remunerative activities.
A list of nationals of countries that have "Reciprocal Visa Exemption Arrangements" with Japan can be found: here

Nationals of countries that do not have "Reciprocal Visa Exemption Arrangements" with Japan must obtain a visa. A "Temporary Visitor's Visa" is usually required as permission to stay in Japan for a period of up to 90 days for non-remunerative activities such as sightseeing, participating in amateur sports, visiting relatives, taking inspection tours, participating in lectures or research, attending conferences, making business contacts or other similar activities.

To apply for a visa, please check the following link

Other useful links:
- Tourist Language Handbook

Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday 17 10 2017
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