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Hatsune Miku Expo Expands to More Cities in U.S., Mexico

posted on by Kyle Hallmark
N. American tour will run from April 23 to June 5

Crypton Future Media announced on Sunday that the Hatsune Miku Expo will tour in 10 North America cities in spring 2016 instead of the originally planned six.

The updated locations and dates are:

Seattle, WaMu Theater, April 23
San Francisco, The Warfield, April 30
Los Angeles, Microsoft Theater, May 6
Dallas, The Bomb Factory, May 14
Houston, NRG Arena, May 17
Toronto, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, May 20
Chicago, The Chicago Theatre, May 25
New York City, Hammerstein Ballroom, May 28
Monterrey, Auditorio Banamex, June 1
Mexico City, El Plaza Condesa, June 4-5

All shows in the United States and Canada will feature the American electronic band Anamanaguchi as an opening act.

Additionally, Hatsune Miku's official YouTube channel began streaming a new promotional video for the tour on Sunday.

A "MIKU EXPO Digital Stars" pre-party event will take place at Seattle's FRED Wildlife Refuge, San Francisco's Codeword, Los Angeles' The Lash, and an undisclosed location in New York a day before the cities' respective shows. The event will feature a variety of different musical artists and merchandise at each venue.

Additionally, a short film festival featuring movies and music videos related to Hatsune Miku will run at San Francisco's New People Cinema on May 1, Toronto's Jackman Hall at the Art Gallery of Ontario on May 21, and Mexico City's Cinemex Reforma 222 from June 3-5.

11 Barnes & Noble locations across the United States will host a "MIKU EXPO Let's Draw" event in April and May as part of the tour. The free event will include a chance to help make a collaborative music video and will feature small art exhibitions. The event's official website has the list of locations.

The Hatsune Miku Expo world tour began in May 2014 in Indonesia and has since stopped in Los Angeles, New York City, Shanghai, and five Japanese cities.


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