Japanese all-girl rock band, SCANDAL, will be touring throughout the world this spring. The 「HELLO WORLD」tour will criss-cross into 9 countries on 3 continents. With over 40 performances, the girls hope to spread their music to all corners of the planet.

SCANDAL WORLD TOUR 2015 is called 「HELLO WORLD」, aptly named after their recently released ninth full-length album. The tour kicks off in Japan with a whirlwind 31 stop schedule that will take SCANDAL to cities all across the country including Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, and even far flung Okinawa.

Less than a week after their Japan leg ends, the girls will travel halfway around the globe to perform in France, the UK, and Germany. The band hasn’t performed in Europe since their indie days back in 2008 in Paris at Japan Expo. Back then they were nervous newcomers. This time around however, the girls are seasoned pros that are playing to a legion of dedicated fans that are excited to see them come to their part of the world.

After Europe, the band travels back to Asia for performances in Singapore and Taiwan. Then its back on the plane for multiple stops in North America. SCANDAL’s last performance in this part of the world was back in 2011 at the AM2 anime convention. Fans will be happy that they will be appearing in Hollywood at the world famous House of Blues, as well as in Anaheim, Chicago, and for the first time, in Mexico City as well. We expect each of the venues to sell out, especially in Mexico City. With the North American performances complete, the girls will travel to Hong Kong to wrap up their tour at the end of May.

Tickets are already being offered for sale, links can be found here. Note that some stops will feature VIP packages where you can meet the band. We’ll be travelling to several tour stops, so be sure to visit Plastik Dolls to see first hand accounts and updates.


01/24  – Bunka Kaikan, Atsugi
01/29 – Tamashin RISURU Hall, Tokyo
01/31 – Beisia Bunka Hall Dai Hall (Gunma Kenmin Kaikan), Maebashi, Gunma
02/01 – Shimin bunka Center, Yuki
02/07  – Bunka kaikan, Chiba
02/10 – HorutoHall Oita, Oita
02/11  – Shimin Kaikan Sojo University Hall (Kumamoto Shimin Kaikan) , Kumamoto
02/14  – Ueno Gakuen Hall, Hiroshima
02/15 – Ueno Gakuen Hall, Hiroshima
02/21 – ORIX Theater, Osaka
02/22 – ORIX Theater, Osaka
02/26 – Sunport Hall, Takamatsu
02/28 – Sunpalace, Fukuoka
03/01 – Koukaidou, Nagasaki
03/05 – Sonic City, Omiya
03/07 – Shimin bunka hall, Morioka
03/08 – Tokyo Electron Hall (Miyagi Kenmin Kaikan), Sendai
03/12 – Kakogawa Shimin Kaikan, Kakogawa
03/13 – Kenritsu Geijutsu Gekijou Biwako Hall, Shiga
03/15 – Nara Centennial Hall, Nara
03/19 – Hokuto Bunka Hall, Nagano
03/21 – Shiritsu gekijou, Nagaoka
03/22 – Hokuriku denryoku kaikan Honda no mori Hall, Kanazawa
03/27 – Shimin Bunka Kaikan, Shizuoka
03/28 – Nagoya Congress Center, Nagoya
03/30 – Shimin Kaikan, Kurashiki
04/04 – Shimin Hall, Sapporo
04/05 – Shimin bunka kaikan, Asahikawa
04/11 – Kokusai Forum Hall A, Tokyo
04/12 – Kokusai Forum Hall A, Tokyo
04/19 – Namura Hall, Okinawa

4/25 – Le Bataclan, Paris, France
4/26 – The Islington Academy, London, UK
4/30 – Weststadthalle, Essen, Germany
5/?? – Singapore (venue and date to be announced)
5/10 – Wall, Taiwan
5/15 – Rosemont Theatre, Chicago, IL, USA
5/20 – El Plaza Condesa, Mexico City, Mexico
5/22 – House of Blues Sunset Strip, Los Angeles, CA, USA
5/23 – House of Blues Anaheim, Anaheim, CA, USA
5/29 – Macpherson Stadium, Hong Kong

More Info:
Tour Official Site & Ticket Information:
Band Official Site: Official Facebook:

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