[Trans] 110828 Tohoshinki Was The Last To Perform! ! Summer Festival!


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The Tokyo performance of the summer outdoor music festival “a-nation” (by the record company avex) was held in Ajinomoto stadium on the 27th. It was the 10th anniversary concert, and there were 20 groups rich in variety as Ayumi Hamasaki (32), the Korean artists Tohoshinki and AFTER SCHOOL (first appearance in anation), and X Japan.

It was an event where you can feel the trend of the times. According to the person concerned, it was “as a matter of stage convenience”, but the final group to perform was Tohoshinki. The audience was thinking that the last to perform should be Hamasaki (as usual) , and was surprised but welcomed Yunho (25) and Changmin (23) with deafening cheers. Yunho said “Everyone in Tokyo, thank you for waiting. We came back!!” The girls’ group AFTER SCHOOL also performed. On the 28th, today’s final concert, BoA and SHU-I are scheduled to perform, and we can feel the energy of Korean artists.

In the final performance, AKB48 will also perform. In the first a-nation (held in 2002), the dance music (synonym of avex) was the main stream, but the contents of the event has differed, reflecting the diversification of the current music fans. From next year onward, it is expected that BIGBANG and 2NE1 (which belongs to the new label established last month) will perform. Aug 27, 2011, when Tohoshinki was the final group to perform in the J-POP summer festival, should be passed down from generation to generation as “epoch-making”.

Source: nikkansports.com
Translation: smiley @ OneTVXQ.com
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