The concept for Versailles was beginning to form between vocalist Kamijo and guitarist Hizaki. At some point, bassist Jasmine You officially joins.
Guitarist Teru and drummer YUKI officially join, as per the recommendation from the owner of the venue Meguro Rock May Kan. The band announces themselves online through MySpace (in English) and conducted several interviews with foreign press.
V: Kamijo G: Teru G: Hizaki D: Yuki B: Jasmine You
Versailles officially makes their first appearance with a showcase live.
Versailles' official first performance is held.
Versailles received legal notice from US-based artist "Versailles" stating that she was going to sue them for selling their album "Noble" using the same stage name as her. In reaction, the band requested fans submit what they should change their name to.
Submissions for their name changing contest officially end. They received over 100,000 entries, but ultimately they decided on their new name themselves. From then on, the band needed to market themselves as "Versailles-Philharmonic Quintet-" when doing business within the United States.
Versailles announces that the band will go major and is getting signed to Warner Japan
Last indies tour The Fragment Collectors begins.
The Fragment Collectors tour ends.
Final indies one-man live held at Meguro Rock May Kan. The band announces that they will not be touring until their next album is complete.
Bassist Jamine You passes away abruptly. The band then goes on hiatus, and their recently announced 2nd album's production is delayed indefinitely.
V: Kamijo G: Teru G: Hizaki D: Yuki EM: Jasmine You
Versailles returns the stage to perform at V-Rock Fest '09 for the first time since Jasmine's passing. Support bass was performed by Yo of MATENROU OPERA (摩天楼オペラ).
Support bassist MASASHI officially joins.
V: Kamijo G: Teru G: Hizaki B: MASASHI D: Yuki EM: Jasmine You
One-man live held at Nippon Budokan