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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A-Nation
エイ・ネーション
A-Nation logo.png
A-Nation 2012 official logo
GenreJ-pop
FrequencyAnnually
Location(s)Various cities, Japan
Years active2002–present
InauguratedAugust 2002
Most recentAugust 2020
Previous eventAugust 2019
Next event2021
ParticipantsArtists from Avex Trax and Guest
Attendance5.8Million+
Organized byAvex Group (through Avex Entertainment)
Websitea-nation.net

A-Nation (stylized as a-nation) is the name of an annual series of summer concerts that are held in various cities in Japan.[1] Organized by Avex Group, Japan's biggest independent record label, this series features the most successful artists signed onto Avex Trax or other labels of the group (although some artists from other Japanese labels also participate here). A-Nation began in 2002 and is held each weekend during August of each year. Top Avex artists such as Ayumi Hamasaki, Kumi Koda, AAA, Ai Otsuka, BoA, Do As Infinity, TVXQ, Super Junior, Hitomi and SHINee perform at A-Nation every year.

Dates and venues

2002

2003

  • July 19 and 20 – Kasai Rinkai Park, Tokyo
  • July 26 – All-Season Resort Appi
  • August 2 and 3 – Uminonakamichi Seaside Park, Fukuoka
  • August 9 and 10 – Port Messe Nagoya, Aichi
  • August 16 and 17 – WTC Open Air Stadium
  • August 23 – Hiroshima
  • August 30 and 31 – Odaiba

2004

2005

2006

  • July 29 – Echigo Hillside National Government Park, Niigata
  • August 5 – Uminonakamichi Seaside Park
  • August 12 – Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 19 and 20 – Kobe Port Island
  • August 26 and 27 – Ajinomoto Stadium

2007

  • July 28 – Tohoku Electric Natori Sports Park, Miyagi
  • August 4 – Ningineer Stadium
  • August 12 – Yamaha Resort Tsumagoi
  • August 18 and 19 – Kobe Port Island
  • August 25 and 26 – Ajinomoto Stadium

2008

2009

2010

  • August 7 – Ningineer Stadium
  • August 14 – Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 21 and 22 – Nagai Stadium
  • August 28 and 29 – Ajinomoto Stadium

2011

  • July 30 – Ningineer Stadium
  • August 6 – Uminonakamichi Seaside Park
  • August 13 – Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 20 and 21 – Nagai Stadium
  • August 27 and 28 – Ajinomoto Stadium

2012

2013

  • A-Nation Island: August 3 to 11 – Yoyogi National Gymnasium
  • Stadium Fes
    • August 24 and 25 – Nagai Stadium
    • August 31 and September 1 – Ajinomoto Stadium

2014

  • A-Nation Island: August 14 to 20 – Yoyogi National Gymnasium
  • Stadium Fes: August 29 to 31 – Ajinomoto Stadium
  • A-Nation Taiwan: September 13 – Nangang 101 Cultural Creation Hall
  • A-Nation Singapore: October 18 – MasterCard Theatres

2015

  • A-Nation Island: July 31 to August 6 – Yoyogi National Gymnasium
  • Stadium Fes
    • August 22 and 23 – Nagai Stadium
    • August 29 and 30 – Ajinomoto Stadium

2016

  • A-Nation Island: July 29 to August 4 – Yoyogi National Gymnasium
  • Stadium Fes: August 27 and 28 – Ajinomoto Stadium

2017

  • August 26 and 27 – Ajinomoto Stadium

2018

  • July 28 – Nagashima Spa Land (canceled due to Typhoon Jongdari)
  • August 4 – Huis Ten Bosch
  • August 18 and 19 – Yanmar Stadium Nagai
  • August 25 and 26 – Ajinomoto Stadium

Participant artists

Artists not signed with Avex Group are expressed in italics.

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
  • BoA
  • Day After Tomorrow
  • Do As Infinity
  • Dream
  • Every Little Thing
  • Exile
  • Koda Kumi
  • Ayumi Hamasaki
  • Aiko Ikuta
  • Masae Nakada
  • Road of Major
  • SweetS
  • TRF
  • Wu3
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 50TA
  • AAA
  • Do As Infinity
  • Every Little Thing
  • Girl Next Door
  • Ayumi Hamasaki
  • Hitomi
  • Iconiq
  • JYJ2
  • Koda Kumi
  • Mihimaru GT
  • Ai Otsuka
  • Remioromen
  • Sata Andagi
  • Speed
  • Ami Suzuki
  • TRF
  • WaT
  • Opening acts
    • Bright
    • Dance Flow
    • Dream5
    • Honey L Days
    • Jurian Beat Crisis
    • Miray
    • Purple Days
    • Misako Sakazume
    • Yu-Yu
  • Shooting acts
    • Deep
    • Alan Dawa Dolma
    • Maki Goto
    • Risa Hirako
    • Kie Kitano
    • May J.
    • Moumoon
  • Power stage
2012 (Music Week: 8/3–8/5) 2012 (Music Week: 8/9–8/12) 2012 (Stadium Fes) 2013 (Island) 2013 (Stadium Fes)

August 3

August 4

August 5

August 9

August 10

August 11

August 12

August 10

  • 2NE1
  • AAA
  • Do As Infinity
  • E-Girls
  • Every Little Thing
  • Exile Tribe
  • Girl Next Door
  • Ayumi Hamasaki
  • Kishidan
  • Koda Kumi
  • Kreva
  • May J.
  • M-Flo
  • Mihimaru GT
  • Moumoon
  • Shinee
  • Shota Shimizu
  • Sonar Pocket
  • Super Junior
  • TRF
  • TVXQ
  • Secret artists
  • Special secret guest
    • Exile
  • Opening acts
    • Blade
    • Cheeky Parade
    • Da-ice
    • Faky
    • Idoling!!!
    • Kerakera
    • Prizmmy
    • Hibari Shiina
    • Yu-yu
  • Shooting acts
2018 Stadium festival Ajinomoto

August 25

August 26

1These artists are managed by Avex Group, but are not signed to any of its labels.
2These artists left Avex Group either after being terminated or end of their contracts.
3These artists, before being signed to Avex Group, were invited to participate to A-Nation.
4Mari Natsuki is currently signed to another label, while her band, Gubier du Mari, is under Avex.
5Minami Kuribayashi is currently and originally signed to Lantis. She is also currently signed to Avex Group for Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse.

Sponsors

Main

Yearly

2012

2013

2018

Media partners

References

  1. ^ "What's a-nation". Archived from the original on 11 October 2012. Retrieved 17 February 2013.

External links

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