Dreams Come True to Hold 1st U.S. Tour in 9 Years
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
On Wednesday, the Japanese duo Dreams Come True announced that it will hold four shows in the United States this October. The duo will also hold free acoustic concerts in the earthquake-hit prefectures of Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima, and Ibaraki from August 19 to August 21.
The Japanese leg of the "Dreams Come True Wonderland 2011" tour already began at Sapporo Dome on June 24, and it will end in Okinawa on September 23 and 24. After the Japanese tour ends, the second part of the tour — "Dreams Come True Wonderland 2011: The Night Dreams Come True in the USA supplied by Pocari Sweat" — will begin on October 1 in Los Angeles. The tour will continue in Seattle on October 2 and in New York City October 9 and 10.
Dreams Come True performed the theme song "Mata ne" for the One Piece: Episode of Chopper + Fuyu ni Saku, Kiseki no Sakura film. The duo have not visited the United States in nine years. Unlike the duo's previous performances in the United States, this new concert tour will include Japanese songs.
Information about the United States leg of the tour can be found at their website.