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Kyary Pamyu Pamyu – The Concert 2022

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

Since the release of her debut album “Moshi Moshi Harajuku” produced by Yasutaka Nakata, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has had a string of hits with each release and has successfully completed four world tours from 2013. In 2020, she was selected as one of the powerful female artists of the world for the “Women of Choice” playlist compiled by Lady Gaga in celebration of International Women’s Day. Her creativity and expressions which transcend the norms of the world, have attracted attention and praise both in Japan and around the world. She has also launched a new label, “KRK LAB,” as a platform to deliver even freer expressions. From January 2022, a six months long national tour – her largest national tour to date – was carried out with great success in celebration of the 10th anniversary of her debut, featuring her latest album “Candy Racer”.

The tour was also conducted in conjunction with the “LOCAL POWER JAPAN project,” a regional development project designed to empower the local areas of Japan that was hard hit by COVID-19. In April 2022, Kyary performed at the Coachella Festival, the world’s largest music festival, as the last performer on the GOBI stage for two weeks.
People around the globe went wild seeing her live performance streamed live on YouTube. She is and will continue to be an icon for “HARAJUKU” and “JAPANESE POP” and will keep on expressing in her unique way free from any boundaries.


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