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BiSH Keep the Promise Made to 7,000 Seisōin With Sold Out Makuhari Messe Live!

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BiSH Keep the Promise Made to 7,000 Seisōin With Sold Out Makuhari Messe Live!

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BiSH fulfilled the promise made by Cent Chihiro Chitti at Zepp Tokyo in March with BiSH NEVERMiND TOUR RELOADED THE FiNAL “REVOLUTiONS”, the sold out tour finale at Makuhari Messe Event Hall on July 22, 2017!

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7,000 seisōin (fans) from all over Japan descended upon the legendary venue to witness BiSH take on their biggest stage yet. Kicking off the festivities with their breakthrough hit “Orchestra”, a song usually reserved for the end of their performances, BiSH immediately switched direction as they stirred up the crowd with “Shakai no Rule” before screaming through “DEADMAN”.

Momoko Gumi Company shouted out to the seisōin to dance with them as the performance bounced along with “DA DANCE!!”, the atmosphere heating up again as BiSH crashed their way through “Hero Wannabe” and “VOMiT SONG”. A chorus of seisōin joined in with BiSH as they bound together everyone in the massive venue with the emotional trio of “Spark”, “Saraba Kana”, and “ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE”. Atsuko Hashiyasume attempted to lead the crowd in a series of call and responses but was left stumped as to what to shout out. Regardless, the 7,000 seisōin raised their voices, leading Cent Chihiro Chitti to reflect on the massive response that was received. Atsuko went on to pester Ayuni D as she had throughout the tour, receiving an escalating series of rebuffs, the final insult leading right into the furious maelstrom of energy known as “MONSTERS”, with towers of flame erupting from the stage.

Smashing through “OTNK” and “beautiful-sa”, BiSH opened fire with “GiANT KiLLERS” before closing out the set list with their beloved debut song “BiSH – Hoshi ga Matataku Yoru ni –”.

The encore began with “BUDOKAN Kamoshiku wa TAMANEGI”, a song referencing the holy land of Japanese performers, Nippon Budokan. The members shared their heartfelt thoughts on accomplishing the task of selling out Makuhari Messe and fulfilling their promise to make it the best day ever, making the transition into the second song of the encore “Promise The Star”. As the names of everyone responsible for making “REVOLUTiONS” possible, from staff members and media all the way to departed members Hug Me and Yukako Love Deluxe, scrolled past on a screen, BiSH brought down the curtain on their biggest stage of their short history with “Ikitete Yokatta Toiu no Nara”.

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BiSH will be returning to Zepp Tokyo on August 23, 2017 for TOKYO BiSH SHiNE3, the 3rd of their annual free free lives.


Set List

01 Orchestra
02 Shakai no Rule
03 DEADMAN
04 Marionette
05 Want
06 Hontō Honki
07 DA DANCE!!
08 Hero Wannabe
09 VOMiT SONG
10 Nothing.
11 Spark
12 Saraba Kana
13 ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE
14 MONSTERS
15 OTNK
16 beautiful-sa
17 GiANT KiLLERS
18 BiSH – Hoshi ga Matataku Yoru ni –

E1 BUDOKAN Kamoshiku wa TAMANEGI
E2 Promise The Star
E3 Ikitete Yokatta Toiu no Nara


TOKYO BiSH SHiNE3
August 23, 2017 (Wednesday)
Zepp Tokyo


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BiSH Official site:http://www.bish.tokyo
BiSH Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/bishidol
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