LDH Japan Streaming Past Concerts From EXILE TRIBE & E-Girls on YouTube For A Limited Time

GENE Live

In light of the recent happenings surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), many if not all live events for every major arena and stadium headlining act have been canceled to prevent further spread of the virus. This has brought many companies that would never do something along these lines to embrace the internet and give their fans un-rivaled entertainment from the comfort of their own homes. This includes some past concerts from LDH Japan, as well.

LDH Japan (OTAQUEST’S parent company) is no different. A pioneer in the field of entertainment has made a number of their past live concerts available for viewing on YouTube from March 9th, 2020, until March 31st, 2020. Due to some of the live shows from LDH Japan’s “PERFECT YEAR 2020” year-long tour being canceled because of the Coronavirus. Fans will be able to view some of the most popular concerts from LDH Japan’s top artists such as EXILE, J SOUL BROTHERS III, GENERATIONS, E-girls, and Happiness. The specific concerts which are available to view are as follows:

EXILE LIVE TOUR 2010 “FANTASY”

J SOUL BROTHERS III LIVE TOUR 2010 “0~ZERO~”

J SOUL BROTHERS III LIVE TOUR 2014 “BLUE IMPACT”

GENERATIONS WORLD LIVE TOUR 2015 “GENERATION EX”

E-girls LIVE TOUR 2014 “COLORFUL LAND”

Happiness LIVE TOUR 2016 “GIRLS ‘N EFFECT”

If you were to go and purchase each of these 6 concerts on Blu-ray or DVD you would be spending close to ¥55,000 or $520 dollars, and you can view them on YouTube for free. The fact that so many companies including LDH Japan are doing things like this in response to live event cancellations goes to show how much they care about their fanbase.

JSB Live

The above-mentioned concerts will be available to view absolutely free of charge until March 31st, so if you’re a fan of the groups or are interested in seeing the spectacle of entertainment that they put on, I would strongly recommend giving them each a check out because each concert offers something different. If concerts aren’t necessarily your thing, you could always check out some of their artists’ albums on Spotify as well.

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