Summer Vacation is Just Beginning!? Petit PASSPO☆ Second One-Man Live Report
Petit PASSPO☆ refused to let summer end as they lit up Mt.RAINIER HALL SHIBUYA PLEASURE PLEASURE with a red-hot performance during their “Second One-Man @Mt.RAINIER HALL～Samba DE Dai-Undoukai～” on September 4, 2016!
With their second summer as a group packed full with appearances at festivals all over Japan, the fabulous five were in peak condition as they took to the field (stage) in grand fashion with their Brazilian Carnival-themed gold and green outfits. Because it was a “free photography” live, for more pictures, search #ぷちぱセカンドワンマン.
Getting the party started with “Ultra Samba”, their supporters bouncing along wildly to the Latin rhythms, the air was hot and humid inside Mt.RAINIER HALL. Splashing their way through “Zenryoku Swimmer”, Petit PASSPO☆ paused to introduce themselves and deliver the opening pledge, promising to give their all during the live. Holding up the special penlights which had been made to celebrate the occasion, the members were met by a wall of lights shining back at them.
Checking back onto the field, Petit PASSPO☆ began picking up speed with “Puchipa-Sports”, they hit full stride as they jogged around the stage for “1.2.Sunrise!”, Omoka Chiba (aka Omochu) mischievously hiding her water bottle as the other members ran past her. Kicking up their feet to “Hareruya”, the members began preparations for the World Cup early as they lead the cheers while swinging their arms authoritatively during the soccer-themed “Yamato Nadeshiko JAPAN”.
Riko Fujimoto (aka Riichan) mentioned how that summer was coming to an end since it had just become September but quickly got the supporters excited by declaring that their summer vacation had just begun, especially since Petit PASSPO☆ was in the middle of promoting their first mini-album “Ultra Samba” (release date: September 14).
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