LUNA SEA
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LUNALUNA Dokusatsukira独殺[●]鬼羅 L'una【stic】L'una【stic】
LUNA SEA
Typeタイプ
bandバンド
Status活動状況
active現在活動
Active活動期間
1986~
Area地域
Japan日本
Pronunciation発音
Conceptコンセプト

LUNA SEA is a Japanese rock band formed in Kanagawa Prefecture in 1989. Due to the use of make-up and costumes early in their career and their widespread popularity, they are considered one of the most successful and influential bands in the visual kei movement. Throughout the mid-1990s they used significantly less make-up, and after a one-year break in 1998, came back with a more mainstream alternative rock style and toned down their on-stage attire. When they disbanded in 2000, they left a big mark on the Japanese rock scene. In 2003, HMV Japan ranked Luna Sea at number 90 on their list of the 100 most important Japanese pop acts.

Lineup
メンバー

guitar

Sugizo

Kashmir PINOCCHIO LUNACYLUNACY LUNA SEALUNA SEA The FLAREThe FLARE SUGIZO AND THE SPANK YOUR JUICE S.T.K (Sensual Technology Kooks) JUNO REACTOR S.K.I.N. LUNA SEALUNA SEA , X JAPANX JAPAN , SoloSolo

guitar

Inoran

LUNACYLUNACY LUNA SEALUNA SEA MxAxSxS FAKE? TourbillonTourbillon LUNA SEALUNA SEA Muddy Apes , (solo)

bass

J

LUNACYLUNACY LUNA SEALUNA SEA MxAxSxS LUNA SEALUNA SEA JJ (solo)

drums

Shinya (真矢)

Kashmir PINOCCHIO LUNACYLUNACY POTBELLY LUNA SEALUNA SEA , (solo) YELLOW FRIED CHICKENz (support)

Former members
元メンバー

vocals

Yasu

LUNACYLUNACY (deceased)

Staff
スタッフ

Roadie

Ken'ichi Nanba (南波 健一)

LUNA SEALUNA SEA (roadie) KRISHNAクリシュナ (クリシュナ) BARABARAS (バラバラーズ) MADRIGALマドリガル (マドリガル) (support) JOY HOUSE 101ジョイハウス101 (ジョイハウス101) FLOATフロート (フロート) Kenmotsu Tamaki (剣持たまき) (support) native spirit (support) Acid SCREENAcid SCREEN jet fin guppy undertou (unknown)

Roadie

KIKU

LUNA SEALUNA SEA (roadie) , EX-ANSEX-ANS (roadie) Ber:SatiBer:Sati (unknown)

Roadie

Takashi Kamijo (上條隆志)

LUNA SEALUNA SEA (roadie) , EX-ANSEX-ANS (roadie) Ber:SatiBer:Sati NUDENUDE THE COOL CHIC CHILDTHE COOL CHIC CHILD SWALLOW DRIVERS Bailo

History
活動

    1986

  • 1986-00-00

    LUNACY is formed.

  • 1986-00-00

    Vo. YASU, Gt. INORAN, Ba. J

    1989

  • 1989-01-16

    Inoran and J invites Sugizo and Shinya from PINOCCHIO to join their band. Vo. YASU also leaves LUNACY at around the same time.

  • 1989-05-06

    RYUICHI leaves SLAUGHTER and LUNACY officially resumes activities as a five member group.

  • 1989-05-06

    Vo. RYUICHI, Gt. SUGIZO, Gt. INORAN, Ba. J, Dr. SHINYA

  • 1989-05-29

    The first live as LUNACY is held.

  • 1989-05-29

    Machida The Play House

  • 1989-08-01

  • 1989-08-01

  • 1989-08-01

  • 1989-12-17

    First oneman gig is held (150 people).

  • 1989-12-17

    Machida The Play House

    1990

  • 1990-06-10

    First anniversary black clothes limited oneman live held. Demotape LASTLY is distributed for free (180 people sold out).

  • 1990-06-10

    Machida The Play House

  • 1990-06-10

  • 1990-07-14

    Performed as guests at the Gilles de Rais oneman live Kirigirisu Shoukougun

  • 1990-07-14

    Osaka YANTA Rokumeikan

  • 1990-11-24

    Oneman live held (250 people sold out). LUNACY changes their name to LUNA SEA. -live, name

  • 1990-11-24

    Meguro THE LIVE STATION

    1991

  • 1991-01-10

    Two consecutive oneman lives are held (both sold out)

  • 1991-01-10

    Meguro THE LIVE STATION

  • 1991-02-11

    Oneman live held (330 people sold out).

  • 1991-02-11

    Meguro ROCKMAYKAN

  • 1991-03-10

    Coupling tour NUCLEAR FUSION TOUR starts with Gilles de Rais and Sighs of Love Potion (5 gigs)

  • 1991-03-10

    Yokohama 7th AVENUE

  • 1991-04-00

    LUNA SEA is discovered by hide, and are then signed to EXTASY RECORDS.

  • 1991-04-21

    First album release memorial gig (800 people sold out in 30 minutes)

  • 1991-04-21

    Shinjuku NISSIN POWER STATION

  • 1991-04-21

  • 1991-05-03

    First album release memorial gig held.

  • 1991-05-03

    Namba ROCKETS

  • 1991-05-18

    Special session band event held for the band's second anniversary.

  • 1991-05-18

    Machida The Play House

  • 1991-06-13

    Livehouse oneman tour UNDER THE NEW MOON TOUR EPISODE I starts (7 gigs over 2,800 people).

  • 1991-06-13

    Oomiya FREAKS'

  • 1991-07-06

    Second livehouse oneman tour UNDER THE NEW MOON TOUR EPISODE II starts (22 gigs over 3,500 people).

  • 1991-07-06

    Shinjuku LOFT

  • 1991-08-03

    NUCLER FUSION TOUR FINAL held.

  • 1991-08-03

    Tokyo INKSTICK SUZUE FACTORY

  • 1991-09-19

    UNDER THE NEW MOON TOUR FINAL EPISODE held. First hall oneman (1,250 people sold out).

  • 1991-09-19

    Tokyo Nippon Seinenkan

  • 1991-10-13

    Third livehouse oneman tour UNDER THE NEW MOON TOUR EPISODE III starts (15 gigs over 7,000 people).

  • 1991-10-13

    Shinjuku LOFT

  • 1991-10-29

    Performs at EXTASY SUMMIT 1991

  • 1991-10-29

    Tokyo Nippon Budokan

  • 1991-11-03

    Special concert held at Meiji University

  • 1991-12-29

    UNDER THE NEW MOON TOUR EPISODE III FINAL is held as two consecutive oneman lives (over 2,500 people sold out).The band announce they will go major and sign to MCA Victor.

  • 1991-12-29

    Tokyo Nippon Seinenkan

  • 1991-12-31

    Three secret gigs in a day are held. The last one was a countdown gig at ROCKMAYKAN.

  • 1991-12-31

    Yokohama 7th AVENUE

  • 1991-12-31

    Meguro ROCKMAYKAN

  • 1991-12-31

    Meguro THE LIVE STATION

    1992

  • 1992-01-00

    Official fanclub SLAVE opens.

  • 1992-03-13

    TV event series of concerts TV JACK TOUR starts in Aomori and continues on Nigata TV21 (March 16th), Ishikawa TV (March 18th) and Kumakoto Kenmin TV (April 12th).

  • 1992-03-20

    Indies last tour DEAR SLAVES TOUR starts (3 gigs).

  • 1992-03-20

    Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou

  • 1992-05-20

    Indies last live and third anniversary black clothes limited gig is held (200 people sold out).

  • 1992-05-20

    Machida The Play House

  • 1992-05-21

  • 1992-05-28

    First major tour LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1992 IMAGE OR REAL starts (7 locations over 7,000 people)

  • 1992-05-28

    Kawasaki CLUB CITTA'

  • 1992-06-13

    LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1992 IMAGE OR REAL アンコールツアー 東・名・阪スペシャル (ENCORE TOUR Tou・mei・han SPECIAL) tour starts (3 locations over 5,500 people)

  • 1992-09-27

    LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1992 AFTER the IMAGE starts (16 gigs over 16,000 people).

  • 1992-09-27

    Morioka AUN HALL

  • 1992-10-15

    Kumamoto Feeling Hall

  • 1992-10-20

    Black clothes-limited gig in Osaka is held as part of the AFTER the IMAGE tour.

  • 1992-10-20

    Namba ROCKETS

  • 1992-10-24

    LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1992 AFTER the IMAGE tour final held.

  • 1992-10-24

    Tokyo Hibiya Yagai Ongakudou

  • 1992-10-29

    Performed at EXTAST SUMMIT 1992

  • 1992-10-29

    Osaka Osaka-jo Hall

  • 1992-10-31

    Performed at EXTAST SUMMIT 1992

  • 1992-10-31

    Tokyo Nippon Budokan

    1993

  • 1993-02-24

    Fanclub-limited gig SLAVE Gentei GIG~SPECIAL PRESENT FROM LUNA SEA~ is held.

  • 1993-02-24

    Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou

  • 1993-03-10

  • 1993-04-16

    LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1993 SEARCH FOR MY EDEN starts (14 gigs over 26,000 people).

  • 1993-04-16

    Chiba Bunka Kaikan

  • 1993-04-21

  • 1993-04-26

    Utsunomiya Bunka Kaikan

  • 1993-04-27

    Kanagawa Kenmin Hall

  • 1993-04-30

    Urawa Bunka Center

  • 1993-05-01

    Niigata Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1993-05-21

    Kyoto Kaikan Daiichi Hall

  • 1993-05-22

    Nagoya Koukaidou

  • 1993-05-27

    Kumakoto Kenritsu Gekijou Engeki Hall

  • 1993-05-28

    Fukuoka Denki Hall

  • 1993-08-21

    Nagoya CENTURY HALL

  • 1993-08-21

    LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1993 SEARCH FOR MY EDEN ENCORE tour starts (4 gigs over 24,000 people).

  • 1993-12-18

    LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR'93~94 THE GARDEN OF SINNERS held (20 gigs over 40,000 people).

  • 1993-12-18

    Toda Bunka Kaikan

  • 1993-12-26

    Secret live Tsuki to Umi (月と海) held.

  • 1993-12-26

    Shinjuku NISSIN POWER STATION

    1994

  • 1994-01-07

    Akita Bunka Kaikan

  • 1994-01-08

    Miyagi Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1994-01-11

    Okayama Shimin Kaikan

  • 1994-01-13

    Hiroshima Mielparque Hall

  • 1994-01-17

    Kyoto Kaikan Daiichi Hall

  • 1994-01-21

    Nagano Kenmin Bunka Kaikan

  • 1994-01-22

    Kanazawa Bunka Kaikan

  • 1994-01-24

    Kobe Kokusai Kaikan

  • 1994-01-28

    Niigata Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1994-01-29

    Niigata Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1994-02-01

    Utsunomiya Shimin Bunka Kaikan

  • 1994-02-19

    LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR'93~94 THE GARDEN OF SINNERS additional live held.

  • 1994-02-19

    Yokohama ARENA

  • 1994-06-22

  • 1994-08-09

    Fukuoka Umi no Naka Michi Kaihin Kouen

  • 1994-08-09

    Coupling tour L.S.B is held with SOFT BALLET and BUCK-TICK (5 gigs).

  • 1994-08-11

    Two consecutive fanclub-limited oneman lives are held.

  • 1994-08-11

    Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou

  • 1994-08-18

    Sendai Sports Land SUGO

  • 1994-08-20

    Sapporo Geijutsu no Mori Yagai Stage

  • 1994-08-24

    Niigata Sangyou Shinkou Center

  • 1994-09-21

  • 1994-10-26

  • 1994-12-14

    Secret live held.

  • 1994-12-14

    Shibuya ON AIR EAST

  • 1994-12-16

    ARENA TOUR 941216121712241227 starts (4 gigs).

  • 1994-12-16

    Tokyo Nippon Budokan

    1995

  • 1995-03-17

    LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1995 MOTHER OF LOVE, MOTHER OF HATE starts (31 gigs over 63,000 people).

  • 1995-03-17

    Urawa Bunka Center

  • 1995-03-24

    Green Hall Sagami-Ono

  • 1995-03-26

    Aomori Bunka Kaikan

  • 1995-03-28

    Hokkaido Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-07

    Kanagawa Kenmin Hall

  • 1995-04-09

    Kyushu Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-11

    Kagoshima Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-12

    Kumakoto Shimin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-14

    Okayama Shimin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-20

    Miyagi Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-21

    Miyagi Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-23

    Akita Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-27

    Niigata Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-28

    Niigata Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1995-04-30

    Ishikawa Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 1995-05-02

    Gunma Shimin Kaikan

  • 1995-05-03

    Utsunomiya Shimin Bunka Kaikan

  • 1995-05-05

    Kyoto Kaikan Daiichi Hall

  • 1995-05-06

    Kyoto Kaikan Daiichi Hall

  • 1995-05-08

    Takamatsu Shimin Kaikan

  • 1995-05-09

    Matsuyama Shimin Kaikan

  • 1995-05-11

    Hiroshima Kenritsu Bunka Geijutsu Hall

  • 1995-05-18

    Nagano Kenmin Bunka Kaikan

  • 1995-12-23

    First Tokyo DOME oneman live LUNATIC TOKYO held. Tickets are sold out in one day.

  • 1995-12-23

    Tokyo Tokyo DOME

    1996

  • 1996-03-25

    LUNA SEA's seventh single, "END OF SORROW", becomes their first release to become certified platinum.

  • 1996-04-22

    LUNA SEA's fifth full length album, "STYLE", becomes their first release to top the Oricon charts. It later becomes the 30th best selling album of the year in Japan.

  • 1996-06-16

    Two more fanclub-limited gigs held.

  • 1996-06-16

    Shibuya NHK HALL

  • 1996-07-15

  • 1996-07-16

    LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1996 UN ENDING STYLE starts (16 gigs over 120,000 people).

  • 1996-07-16

    Yokohama ARENA

  • 1996-07-23

    Hiroshima Sunplaza

  • 1996-07-26

    Nagoya Rainbow Hall

  • 1996-08-03

    Fukuoka Kokusai Center

  • 1996-08-04

    Fukuoka Kokusai Center

  • 1996-08-07

    Niigata Sangyou Shinkou Center

  • 1996-08-08

    Niigata Sangyou Shinkou Center

  • 1996-08-13

    Tsukisamu Green Dome

  • 1996-08-14

    Tsukisamu Green Dome

  • 1996-08-22

    Sendai Taiikukan

  • 1996-08-23

    Sendai Taiikukan

  • 1996-10-20

    Green Hall Sagami-Ono-live

  • 1996-10-22

    UN ENDING STYLE ENCORE TOUR 1996 ~TO RISE starts (28 gigs over 58,000 people).

  • 1996-10-24

    Tottori Kenritsu Kenmin Bunka Kaikan

  • 1996-10-26

    Niigata Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1996-10-28

    Nagano Matsumoto Bunka Kaikan

  • 1996-10-30

    Gifu Bunka Kaikan

  • 1996-10-31

    Numazu Bunka Kaikan

  • 1996-11-05

    Kouchi Kenritsu Kenmin Bunka Hall

  • 1996-11-08

    Kumamoto Shimin Kaikan

  • 1996-11-13

    Nagasaki Koukaidou

  • 1996-11-18

    Hiroshima Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 1996-11-19

    Fukuoka Sun Palace

  • 1996-11-21

    Tokuyama Bunka Kaikan

  • 1996-11-25

    Yamagata Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1996-12-02

    Hakodate Shimin Kaikan

  • 1996-12-05

    Hokkaido Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 1996-12-07

    Obihiro Shimin Bunka Kaikan

  • 1996-12-10

    Kyouto Kaikan Daiichi Hall

  • 1996-12-13

    Ishikawa Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 1996-12-17

    Akita Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1996-12-19

    Aomori Bunka Kaikan

  • 1996-12-23

    *UN ENDING STYLE TOUR FINAL Christmas STADIUM ~Mayufu no Yagai~ (~真冬の野外~). Members announce they will take a one-year break.

  • 1996-12-23

    Yokohama STADIUM

    1997

  • 1997-07-00

    Following the folding of the MCA Victor label, LUNA SEA are then drafted to the main Universal Music roster.

  • 1997-12-17

    LUNA SEA resumes activities

  • 1997-12-17

    Akasaka BLITZ

  • 1997-12-17

    LUNA SEA's first compilation album, "SINGLES", becomes their first release to sell over a million copies. The next release of the band's that was released less than 8 months later, their sixth album "SHINE", would also sell over a million copies.

    1998

  • 1998-07-23

  • 1998-08-01

    Fanclub limited oneman tour starts (3 gigs).

  • 1998-08-01

    Aichi Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 1998-08-01

    Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou

  • 1998-08-09

    Yokohama STADIUM

  • 1998-08-09

    Two consecutive gigs WALT DISNEY PICTURES PRESENTS MULAN MEETS LUNA SEA 1998 REVIVE Mafuyu no Yagai (真夏の野外) held.

  • 1998-08-10

    Yokohama STADIUM

  • 1998-09-24

    WALT DISNEY PICTURES PRESENTS MULAN MEETS LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1998 SHINING BRIGHTLY starts (33 gigs over 150,000 people).

  • 1998-09-24

    Shibuya Kokuritsu Yoyogi Kyougijou Daiichi Taiikukan

  • 1998-09-29

    Marine Messe Fukuoka

  • 1998-09-30

    Marine Messe Fukuoka

  • 1998-10-03

    Makomanai Ice Arena

  • 1998-10-04

    Makomanai Ice Arena

  • 1998-10-08

    Grande 21

  • 1998-10-09

    Grande 21

  • 1998-10-17

    Hiroshima SUN PLAZA

  • 1998-10-18

    Hiroshima SUN PLAZA

  • 1998-10-21

    Nagoya Rainbow Hall

  • 1998-10-22

    Nagoya Rainbow Hall

  • 1998-11-07

    Green Hall Sagami-Ono

  • 1998-11-09

    Yamagata-ken Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1998-11-10

    Aomori Bunka Kaikan

  • 1998-11-12

    Akita Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1998-11-13

    Iwate Kenmin Kaikan

  • 1998-11-16

    Tomiyama Aubade Hall

  • 1998-11-17

    Ishikawa Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 1998-11-19

    Niigata Kenmin Hall

  • 1998-11-20

    Nagano-ken Matsumoto Bunka Hall

  • 1998-11-22

    Matsuyama Shimin Kaikan

  • 1998-11-23

    Kouchi Kenritsu Kenmin Bunka Hall

  • 1998-11-26

    Miyazaki Shimin Bunka Hall

  • 1998-12-01

    Okinawa Convention Gekijou

  • 1998-12-07

    Kyoto Kaikan Daiichi Hall

  • 1998-12-08

    Mie-ken Bunka Kaikan

  • 1998-12-10

    Tottori Kenritsu Kenmin Bunka Kaikan

  • 1998-12-11

    Kurashiki Shimin Kaikan

  • 1998-12-23

    IDO PRESENTS LUNA SEA CONCERT TOUR 1998 SHINING BRIGHTLY FINAL END OF PERIOD in TOKYO DOME two consecutive tour final gigs (total over 100,000 people).

  • 1998-12-23

    Tokyo Tokyo DOME

    1999

  • 1999-01-09

    LUNA SEA FIRST ASIAN TOUR 1999 starts (3 gigs in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Shanghai, over 9,000 people)

  • 1999-05-30

    LUNA SEA 10TH ANNIVERSARY GIG [NEVER SOLD OUT] CAPACITY ∞ oneman gig is held.

  • 1999-05-30

    Koutouku Tokyo Big SIte

    2000

  • 2000-07-06

    Zepp Osaka

  • 2000-07-19

    Grande 21

  • 2000-07-20

    Grande 21

  • 2000-08-05

    Marine Messe Fukuoka

  • 2000-08-06

    Marine Messe Fukuoka

  • 2000-08-10

    Nagoya Rainbow Hall

  • 2000-08-11

    Nagoya Rainbow Hall

  • 2000-10-09

    Omiya Sonic City

  • 2000-10-10

    Omiya Sonic City

  • 2000-10-17

    Hiroshima Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 2000-10-18

    Hiroshima Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 2000-10-21

    Oita Grand Theater

  • 2000-10-22

    Oita Grand Theater

  • 2000-10-25

    Kyoko Kaikan Dai Ichi Hall

  • 2000-10-26

    Kyoko Kaikan Dai Ichi Hall

  • 2000-10-29

    Kurashiki Shimin Kaikan

  • 2000-10-30

    Kurashiki Shimin Kaikan

  • 2000-11-01

    Kobe Kokusai Kaikan

  • 2000-11-02

    Kobe Kokusai Kaikan

  • 2000-12-07

    Akita Kenmin Kaikan

  • 2000-12-08

    Akita Kenmin Kaikan

  • 2000-12-15

    Ishikawa Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 2000-12-16

    Ishikawa Kousei Nenkin Kaikan

  • 2000-12-26

    Last live LUNA SEA THE FINAL ACT TOKYO DOME held as two consecutive oneman lives.

  • 2000-12-26

    Tokyo Tokyo DOME

    2007

  • 2007-01-24

  • 2007-07-00

    LUNA SEA announces they will reunite for one night only and the event will be called GOD BLESS YOU ~One Night Déjàvu~. Tickets for the live reportedly sell out in less than 5 minutes.

  • 2007-12-24

    GOD BLESS YOU ~One Night Déjàvu~ takes place at the Tokyo Dome, and is broadcast on NHK.

  • 2007-12-24

    Tokyo Tokyo DOME

    2008

  • 2008-05-04

    LUNA SEA reunites once more to perform at the hide memorial summit.

  • 2008-05-04

    Ebisu Ajinomoto STADIUM

    2010

  • 2010-08-25

    LUNA SEA announces its official reunion.

  • 2010-10-06

  • 2010-11-27

    LUNA SEA 20th ANNIVERSARY WORLD TOUR REBOOT -to the New Moon- starts. (8 gigs)

  • 2010-11-27

    Bochum Ruhr Congress

  • 2010-12-04

    Hollywood Palladium

  • 2010-12-11

    Hong Kong Asia World Expo

  • 2010-12-18

    Taipei Trade Center

    2012

  • 2012-11-23

    Zepp Nagoya

  • 2012-11-24

    Zepp Nagoya

  • 2012-11-25

    Zepp Nagoya

  • 2012-12-23

    LUNA SEA LIVE 2012-2013 The End of the Dream starts.

  • 2012-12-23

    Osaka Osaka-jo Hall

  • 2012-12-24

    Sendai Sun Plaza

    2013

  • 2013-01-26

    Taiwan Neo Studio

  • 2013-01-27

    Taiwan Neo Studio

  • 2013-02-02

    Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Expo Arena

  • 2013-02-05

    Thailand Impact Arena

  • 2013-02-08

    Singapore The Star Theatre

  • 2013-02-17

    Ryougoku Kokugikan

    2014

  • 2014-05-29

    Kokuritsu Yoyogi Kyougijou

  • 2014-05-29

    25th anniversary live LUNA SEA 25th ANNIVERSARY LIVE -The Unfinished MOON-

  • 2014-06-07

    LUNA SEA 25th ANNIVERSARY LIVE TOUR THE LUNATIC -A Liberated Will- starts (22 gigs).

  • 2014-06-07

    Mori no Hall 21

  • 2014-06-08

    Mori no Hall 21

  • 2014-06-14

    Niigata Kenmin Kaikan

  • 2014-06-15

    Niigata Kenmin Kaikan

  • 2014-06-28

    Honda no Mori Hall

  • 2014-06-29

    Honda no Mori Hall

  • 2014-07-05

    Kurashiki Shimin Kaikan

  • 2014-07-06

    Kurashiki Shimin Kaikan

  • 2014-07-26

    Osaka Kokusai Kaigijou

  • 2014-07-27

    Osaka Kokusai Kaigijou

  • 2014-08-30

    Sendai SUN PLAZA Hall

  • 2014-08-31

    Sendai SUN PLAZA Hall

  • 2014-09-13

    Sapporo Nitori Bunka Hall

  • 2014-09-14

    Sapporo Nitori Bunka Hall

    2015

  • 2015-01-10

    LUNA SEA 25th ANNIVERSARY LIVE TOUR THE LUNATIC -A Liberated Will- starts (12 gigs).

  • 2015-01-10

    Omiya Sonic City

  • 2015-01-11

    Omiya Sonic City

  • 2015-01-24

    Ueno Gakuen Hall

  • 2015-01-25

    Ueno Gakuen Hall

  • 2015-02-07

    Kanagawa Kenmin Hall

  • 2015-02-08

    Kanagawa Kenmin Hall

  • 2015-02-21

    Fukuoka SUN PLAZA

  • 2015-02-22

    Fukuoka SUN PLAZA

  • 2015-03-07

    Music Town Onichiba

  • 2015-03-14

    LUNA SEA 25th ANNIVERSARY LIVE TOUR THE LUNATIC -A Liberated Will- FINAL held.

  • 2015-03-14

    Osaka Osaka-jo Hall

  • 2015-06-27

    LUNA SEA produced festival LUNATIC FEST. held for two consecutive days.

  • 2015-06-27

    Chiba Makuhari MESSE

    2016

  • 2016-09-24

    zepp nagoya

    2018

  • 2018-02-03

    LUNA SEA LIVE TOUR 2018 The LUV -World left behind- starts (18 gigs)

  • 2018-02-03

    Kawasaki CULTTZ

  • 2018-02-04

    Kawasaki CULTTZ

  • 2018-03-03

    Honda no Mori Hall

  • 2018-03-04

    Honda no Mori Hall

  • 2018-03-17

    Ueno Gakuen Hall

  • 2018-03-18

    Ueno Gakuen Hall

  • 2018-03-24

    Festival Hall

  • 2018-03-25

    Festival Hall

  • 2018-03-31

    Fukuoka SUN PALACE

  • 2018-04-01

    Fukuoka SUN PALACE

  • 2018-05-23

    Mori no Hall 21

  • 2018-05-24

    Mori no Hall 21

  • 2018-05-29

    LUNA SEA The Anniversary 2018 The LUV -World left behind- FINAL held.

  • 2018-05-29

    Tokyo Nippon Budokan

  • 2018-06-23

    LUNA SEA produced festival LUNATIC FEST. 2018 is held for the second time.

  • 2018-06-23

    Chiba Makuhari MESSE

Live history
ライブ一覧

  • 1989-05-29   Machida The Play House
  • 1989-06-18   Machida The Play House
  • 1989-06-29   Machida The Play House
  • 1989-07-06   Machida The Play House
  • 1989-08-24   Machida The Play House
  • 1989-09-21   Machida The Play House
  • 1989-09-24   Atsugi cafe AMI
  • 1989-10-04   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1989-10-13   Machida The Play House
  • 1989-11-25   Machida The Play House
  • 1989-12-17   Machida The Play House
  • 1989-12-24   Atsugi cafe AMI
  • 1990-01-08   Machida The Play House
  • 1990-01-11   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1990-01-18   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-02-18   Shinjuku Yotsuya FOUR VALLEYAtsugi cafe AMI
  • 1990-02-24   Machida The Play House
  • 1990-03-26   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1990-04-03   Osaka MODA HALL
  • 1990-04-14   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-04-17   Machida The Play House
  • 1990-04-28   Kanagawa Hiratsuka Chuuou Kouminkan
  • 1990-05-03   Shibuya YAMAHA EPICURUS
  • 1990-05-14   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-05-24   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1990-06-10   Machida The Play House
  • 1990-06-23   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-06-24   Atsugi cafe AMI
  • 1990-06-30   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1990-07-14   Osaka YANTA Rokumeikan
  • 1990-07-15   Osaka MODA HALL
  • 1990-07-23   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-07-25   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1990-08-10   Yokohama 7th AVENUE
  • 1990-08-16   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1990-08-30   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-09-04   Machida The Play House
  • 1990-09-16   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-10-01   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1990-10-13   Oomiya FREAKS'
  • 1990-10-14   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-11-01   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1990-11-08   Yokohama 7th AVENUE
  • 1990-11-16   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1990-11-24   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-12-24   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1990-12-26   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1990-12-29   Ebisu Maison franco-japonaise
  • 1990-12-31   Yokohama 7th AVENUE
  • 1991-01-10   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1991-01-11   Meguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1991-01-19   Kawasaki CLUB CITTA'
  • 1991-02-11   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1991-02-24   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1991-03-10   Yokohama 7th AVENUE
  • 1991-03-14   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1991-03-17   Kyoto Big Bang
  • 1991-03-18   Nagoya HeartLand STUDIO
  • 1991-03-22   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1991-03-27   Kawasaki CLUB CITTA'
  • 1991-04-21   Shinjuku NISSIN POWER STATION
  • 1991-05-03   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1991-05-05   Meguro ROCKMAYKAN
  • 1991-05-18   Machida The Play House
  • 1991-06-13   Oomiya FREAKS'
  • 1991-06-17   Kyoto Big Bang
  • 1991-06-19   Hiroshima WOODY STREET
  • 1991-06-21   Hakata DRUM Be-1
  • 1991-06-22   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1991-06-24   Nagoya MUSIC FARM
  • 1991-06-27   Yokohama 7th AVENUE
  • 1991-06-30   Tokyo Hibiya Yagai Ongakudou
  • 1991-07-06   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1991-07-07   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1991-07-14   Niigata CLUB JUNK BOX
  • 1991-07-16   Nagano LIVE HOUSE J
  • 1991-07-18   Maebashi RATTAN
  • 1991-08-03   Tokyo INKSTICK SUZUE FACTORY
  • 1991-08-07   Yamagata SESSION
  • 1991-08-08   Aizuwakamatsu GENDARME
  • 1991-08-10   Sapporo MESSE HALL
  • 1991-08-12   Hokkaido Kitami Yuuyake Matsuri
  • 1991-08-16   Okayama PEPPER LAND
  • 1991-08-18   Yamaguchi Tokuyama Boogie House
  • 1991-08-20   Hiroshima WOODY STREET
  • 1991-08-21   Kurosaki Yawata MARCUS
  • 1991-08-22   Hakata DRUM Be-1
  • 1991-08-24   Kyoto Sports Valley
  • 1991-08-26   Kanazawa vanvan V4
  • 1991-08-28   Takaoka MOMINOKI HOUSE
  • 1991-08-30   Okazaki CAM HALL
  • 1991-09-01   Sendai BEEB Basement Theater
  • 1991-09-02   Aomori Free Space 1/3
  • 1991-09-12   Osaka OSAKA MUSE
  • 1991-09-13   Nagoya HeartLand STUDIO
  • 1991-09-19   Tokyo Nippon Seinenkan
  • 1991-10-13   Shinjuku LOFT
  • 1991-10-21   Oita T.O.P.S
  • 1991-10-22   Hakata DRUM Be-1
  • 1991-10-24   Kyoto MUSE
  • 1991-10-25   Kyoto MUSE
  • 1991-10-29   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 1991-11-01   Sendai BEEB Basement Theater
  • 1991-11-02   Sendai BEEB Basement Theater
  • 1991-11-08   Nagoya HeartLand STUDIO
  • 1991-11-09   Nagoya HeartLand STUDIO
  • 1991-11-12   Niigata CLUB JUNK BOX
  • 1991-11-13   Niigata CLUB JUNK BOX
  • 1991-11-19   Sapporo MESSE HALL
  • 1991-11-20   Sapporo MESSE HALL
  • 1991-12-23   Osaka BananaHall
  • 1991-12-24   Osaka BananaHall
  • 1991-12-29   Tokyo Nippon Seinenkan
  • 1991-12-30   Tokyo Nippon Seinenkan
  • 1991-12-31   Yokohama 7th AVENUEMeguro ROCKMAYKANMeguro THE LIVE STATION
  • 1992-03-20   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1992-03-25   Nagoya CLUB QUATTRO
  • 1992-03-26   Namba W'OHOL
  • 1992-05-05   Nagoya Shounai Ryokuchi Kouen Ground
  • 1992-05-20   Machida The Play House
  • 1992-05-28   Kawasaki CLUB CITTA'
  • 1992-05-29   Niigata Ongaku Bunka Kaikan
  • 1992-05-31   Sapporo PENNY LANE 24
  • 1992-06-02   Utsunomiya Bunka Kaikan Big Hall
  • 1992-06-04   Sendai Izumity 21 Sub Hall
  • 1992-06-06   Saitama Kaikan
  • 1992-06-08   Fukuoka Tsukushi Kaikan
  • 1992-07-18   Nagoya Diamond Hall
  • 1992-07-20   Osaka Midou Kaikan (Big Hall)
  • 1992-07-29   Niigata Yuzawa Chuuou Kouen Yakyuujou
  • 1992-08-02   Shinjuku NISSIN POWER STATION
  • 1992-08-09   Ishikawa Shinrin Kouen Ryokuka no Hiroba
  • 1992-08-20   Sendai Izumity 21
  • 1992-08-29   Kyoto Sports Valley
  • 1992-09-27   Morioka AUN HALL
  • 1992-09-28   Aomori Free Space 1/3
  • 1992-09-29   Sendai Seinen Bunka Center
  • 1992-10-01   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1992-10-03   Niigata PHAZE
  • 1992-10-06   Mito Shimin Kaikan
  • 1992-10-08   Sapporo PENNY LANE 24
  • 1992-10-09   Sapporo PENNY LANE 24
  • 1992-10-12   Aichi Kinrou Kaikan Tsurumai HALL
  • 1992-10-14   Fukuoka Momochi Palace
  • 1992-10-16   Hiroshima Minamikumin Bunka Center
  • 1992-10-18   Osaka Kokusai Kouryuu Center
  • 1992-10-20   Namba ROCKETS
  • 1992-10-24   Tokyo Hibiya Yagai Ongakudou
  • 1992-10-29   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 1992-10-31   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 1993-02-24   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1993-04-16   Chiba Bunka Kaikan
  • 1993-04-20   Sendai Izumity 21
  • 1993-04-22   Sapporo Sapporo Shimin Kaikan
  • 1993-04-24   Aomori Aomori Shimin Bunka Hall
  • 1993-05-23   Osaka Kousei Nenkin Kaikan
  • 1993-05-25   Hiroshima Aster Plaza
  • 1993-08-23   Osaka Kousei Nenkin Kaikan
  • 1993-08-26   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 1993-08-30   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 1993-12-21   Ibaraki Ibaraki Rikkenmin Bunka Center
  • 1993-12-24   Oomiya Oomiya SONIC CITY
  • 1993-12-26   Shinjuku NISSIN POWER STATION
  • 1994-01-05   Sapporo Sapporo Shimin Kaikan
  • 1994-01-10   Fukuoka shimin kaikan
  • 1994-01-14   Ehime Kenmin Bunka Kaikan
  • 1994-01-19   Nagoya Kokusai Kaigijo Century Hall
  • 1994-01-26   Shizuoka Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan
  • 1994-01-31   Ichikawa Bunka Kaikan
  • 1994-02-19   Yokohama ARENA
  • 1994-08-11   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1994-08-12   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1994-08-30   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 1994-12-14   Shibuya ON AIR EAST
  • 1994-12-16   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 1994-12-17   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 1994-12-24   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 1994-12-27   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 1995-03-22   Oomiya Oomiya SONIC CITY
  • 1995-04-01   Tokyo Hibiya Yagai Ongakudou
  • 1995-04-02   Tokyo Hibiya Yagai Ongakudou
  • 1995-04-04   Ibaraki Ibaraki Rikkenmin Bunka Center
  • 1995-04-06   Ichikawa Bunka Kaikan
  • 1995-04-25   Shizuoka Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan
  • 1995-05-16   Toyama Kenmin Kaikan
  • 1995-05-21   Nagoya Kokusai Kaigijo Century Hall
  • 1995-12-18   Shinjuku NISSIN POWER STATION
  • 1995-12-23   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 1996-06-16   Shibuya NHK HALL
  • 1996-06-18   Shibuya NHK HALL
  • 1996-07-16   Yokohama ARENA
  • 1996-07-17   Yokohama ARENA
  • 1996-07-30   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 1996-07-31   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 1996-08-30   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 1996-08-31   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 1996-11-02   Kobe 神戸国際会館
  • 1996-11-11   Kagoshima Shimin Bunka Hall
  • 1996-11-22   Osaka Kousei Nenkin Kaikan
  • 1996-11-26   Koriyama Shimin Bunka Center (Big Hall)
  • 1996-11-28   Sendai Sunplaza Hall
  • 1996-12-04   Asahikawa Shimin Bunka Kaikan (Big Hall)
  • 1996-12-11   Toyama Kenmin Kaikan
  • 1996-12-14   Nagoya Kokusai Kaigijo Century Hall
  • 1997-07-26   Tokyo Hibiya Yagai Ongakudou
  • 1997-12-17   Akasaka BLITZ
  • 1998-08-01   Shibuya Shibuya Koukaidou
  • 1998-08-04   Osaka Kousei Nenkin Kaikan
  • 1998-09-24   Shibuya Kokuritsu Yoyogi Kyougijou Daiichi Taiikukan
  • 1998-09-25   Shibuya Kokuritsu Yoyogi Kyougijou Daiichi Taiikukan
  • 1998-10-12   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 1998-10-13   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 1998-11-28   Kagoshima Shimin Bunka Hall
  • 1998-12-05   Kobe 神戸国際会館
  • 1998-12-23   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 1998-12-24   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 1999-05-30   Koutouku Tokyo Big SIte
  • 1999-12-23   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 2000-01-01   Koutouku ZEPP TOKYO
  • 2000-05-23   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2000-07-05   Koutouku ZEPP TOKYO
  • 2000-07-08   Fukuoka ZEPP Fukuoka
  • 2000-07-15   Yokohama ARENA
  • 2000-07-16   Yokohama ARENA
  • 2000-08-02   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 2000-08-03   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 2000-11-28   Shizuoka Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan
  • 2000-11-29   Shizuoka Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan
  • 2000-12-04   Niigata TERRSA
  • 2000-12-05   Niigata TERRSA
  • 2000-12-26   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 2000-12-27   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 2007-12-24   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 2008-05-04   Ebisu Ajinomoto STADIUM
  • 2010-12-23   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 2010-12-24   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 2010-12-25   Tokyo Tokyo DOME
  • 2010-12-30   Kobe WORLD Kinen HALL
  • 2010-12-31   Kobe WORLD Kinen HALL
  • 2011-01-01   Kobe WORLD Kinen HALL
  • 2011-10-22   Saitama SUPER ARENA
  • 2012-11-16   Osaka Zepp Namba
  • 2012-11-17   Osaka Zepp Namba
  • 2012-11-18   Osaka Zepp Namba
  • 2012-12-01   Fukuoka ZEPP Fukuoka
  • 2012-12-02   Fukuoka ZEPP Fukuoka
  • 2012-12-08   Sapporo Zepp Sapporo
  • 2012-12-09   Sapporo Zepp Sapporo
  • 2012-12-14   Koutouku ZEPP TOKYO
  • 2012-12-15   Koutouku ZEPP TOKYO
  • 2012-12-16   Koutouku ZEPP TOKYO
  • 2012-12-23   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 2013-01-11   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2013-01-12   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2013-01-13   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2013-01-18   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2013-01-19   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2013-01-20   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2014-05-26   Akasaka BLITZ
  • 2014-06-21   Koutouku Zepp DiverCity
  • 2014-06-22   Koutouku Zepp DiverCity
  • 2014-07-12   Nagano HOKUTO Bunka HALL
  • 2014-07-13   Nagano HOKUTO Bunka HALL
  • 2014-08-09   Nagoya Kokusai Kaigijo Century Hall
  • 2014-08-10   Nagoya Kokusai Kaigijo Century Hall
  • 2014-08-23   Osaka Zepp Namba
  • 2014-08-24   Osaka Zepp Namba
  • 2014-09-06   Shizuoka Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan
  • 2014-09-07   Shizuoka Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan
  • 2014-12-21   Saitama SUPER ARENA
  • 2014-12-23   Yokohama ARENA
  • 2015-01-17   Ibaraki Ibaraki Rikkenmin Bunka Center
  • 2015-01-18   Ibaraki Ibaraki Rikkenmin Bunka Center
  • 2015-02-28   Tokyo Kokusai Forum Hall A
  • 2015-03-01   Tokyo Kokusai Forum Hall A
  • 2015-03-14   Osaka Osaka-jo Hall
  • 2015-06-27   Chiba Makuhari MESSE
  • 2015-06-28   Chiba Makuhari MESSE
  • 2015-12-23   Koutouku Zepp DiverCity
  • 2015-12-24   Koutouku Zepp DiverCity
  • 2016-09-22   Osaka Zepp Namba
  • 2016-10-14   Chiba Makuhari MESSE
  • 2016-10-16   Chiba Makuhari MESSE
  • 2016-12-23   Saitama SUPER ARENA
  • 2016-12-24   Saitama SUPER ARENA
  • 2017-05-29   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2017-10-28   Saitama SUPER ARENA
  • 2017-12-23   Saitama SUPER ARENA
  • 2017-12-24   Saitama SUPER ARENA
  • 2018-02-10   Nagoya Kokusai Kaigijo Century Hall
  • 2018-02-11   Nagoya Kokusai Kaigijo Century Hall
  • 2018-02-24   Sendai Sunplaza Hall
  • 2018-02-25   Sendai Sunplaza Hall
  • 2018-03-10   Ibaraki Ibaraki Rikkenmin Bunka Center
  • 2018-03-11   Ibaraki Ibaraki Rikkenmin Bunka Center
  • 2018-05-29   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2018-06-23   Chiba Makuhari MESSE
  • 2018-06-24   Chiba Makuhari MESSE
  • 2018-12-22   Saitama SUPER ARENA
  • 2018-12-23   Saitama SUPER ARENA
  • 2019-05-29   Koutouku ZEPP TOKYO
  • 2019-05-31   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
  • 2019-06-01   Tokyo Nippon Budokan
LUNA SEA
Typeタイプ
bandバンド
Status活動状況
active現在活動
Active活動期間
1986~
Area地域
Japan日本
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LUNA SEA is a Japanese rock band formed in Kanagawa Prefecture in 1989. Due to the use of make-up and costumes early in their career and their widespread popularity, they are considered one of the most successful and influential bands in the visual kei movement. Throughout the mid-1990s they used significantly less make-up, and after a one-year break in 1998, came back with a more mainstream alternative rock style and toned down their on-stage attire. When they disbanded in 2000, they left a big mark on the Japanese rock scene. In 2003, HMV Japan ranked Luna Sea at number 90 on their list of the 100 most important Japanese pop acts.

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