The Best Concerts in Tokyo 2023–2024

Do you live in Tokyo, or are you planning on visiting Tokyo in search of a concert? Then this article will come in handy. Here is a list of upcoming concerts and tour dates for some of your favorite international singers in Tokyo.

2023 Tokyo Concerts 

Post Malone 

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A trailblazing artist of the modern music scene, effortlessly fuses hip-hop, rock, and pop influences to craft a unique sonic landscape. With his distinctive voice and genre-bending compositions, he has redefined the boundaries of contemporary music. From chart-topping hits like “Rockstar” and “Congratulations” featuring Quavo Honcho of The Migos to his introspective lyrics, Post Malone’s artistry resonates with a global audience. Beyond his music, his eclectic fashion sense and personality has won him fans worldwide. As a cultural icon, Post Malone continues to push creative boundaries, leaving a mark on the music industry.

Date: September 27
Venue: Ariake Arena

Sean Paul 


The Jamaican dancehall and reggae icon is known for his infectious rhythms and distinctive vocal style. From breakout hits like “Get Busy” to collaborations with artists across genres, he’s elevated dancehall to global prominence. Sean Paul’s dynamic fusion of Caribbean sounds with pop sensibilities has garnered massive chart success. As a trendsetter, his music continues to shape contemporary sounds and he remains a trailblazer who continues to bridge cultural gaps through his vibrant music. Sean Paul’s music not only entertains but also brings Caribbean culture to a global audience. 

Date: September 28
Venue: Ebisu Garden Hall


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This genre-defying American artist has captured hearts with his innovative fusion of soul, R&B, and jazz. Known for his velvety vocals and skillful saxophone playing, Masego creates a unique sonic experience that transcends boundaries. Tracks like “Tadow” and “Queen Tings” showcase his ability to blend traditional sounds with contemporary production, crafting a sound all his own. With a refreshing approach to storytelling and a charismatic stage presence, Masego’s music resonates deeply, attracting a diverse and dedicated fan base. His creative exploration and genre-blurring artistry position him as a rising star pushing the boundaries of modern music.

Date: October 10
Venue: Ebisu Garden Hall

Sam Smith 

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The British vocal powerhouse, has enraptured the world with their soulful and emotive sound. Renowned for hits like “Stay with Me” and “Too Good at Goodbyes,” Smith’s music delves into themes of love, heartache, and vulnerability, resonating deeply with listeners. Beyond their remarkable voice, Smith’s openness about their identity and struggles has made them a vital advocate for LGBTQ+ rights. With multiple Grammy Awards and an authentic connection to their audience, Sam Smith stands as a symbol of authenticity and artistic brilliance. 

Date: October 14
Venue: K-Arena Yokohama

Charlie Puth

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The multitalented American artist has carved his niche in the music realm with infectious pop melodies and impressive production skills. Rising to fame with “See You Again,” a touching tribute to Paul Walker, Puth’s falsetto-laden vocals and catchy tunes like “Attention” and “We Don’t Talk Anymore” have topped charts globally. His talent for blending contemporary R&B elements with electronic undertones adds a distinctive flair to his sound. Beyond his music, Puth’s charismatic online presence and commitment to his craft make him a dynamic figure in modern pop. 

Date: October 1718
Venue: Ariake Arena


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The British rock band has an unparalleled legacy in the music industry. With their ethereal soundscapes and emotive lyrics, they’ve produced iconic hits such as “Yellow,” “Fix You,” and “Viva La Vida.” Renowned for their immersive live performances, Coldplay’s shows are grand spectacles of visual artistry and sonic brilliance. Their evolution from introspective alternative rock to experimental pop has kept them at the forefront of innovation. Beyond music, their activism for social and environmental causes emphasizes their impact. Coldplay’s ability to evoke emotions and connect with millions cements their status as  musical legends of the 21st century. 

Date: November 67
Venue: Tokyo Dome


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The American producer and DJ has taken the global stage by storm with his signature blend of catchy melodies and energetic beats. Known for his recognisable marshmallow-shaped helmet, his identity remains a mystery, allowing the focus to be on his music. Hits like “Happier,” “Alone,” and “Wolves” have amassed billions of streams, crossing genre lines and captivating fans of all ages. Beyond music, Marshmello’s innovative collaborations with artists from diverse backgrounds further showcase his ability to bridge gaps in the music world. He has collaborated with artists such as Anne-Marie, Bastille and Khalid. 

Date: December 6–7
Venue: Tokyo Garden Theatre

2024 Tokyo Concerts 

Bruno Mars 

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The dynamic American artist radiates a magnetic charm through his versatile musical prowess. With a fusion of R&B, funk, and pop, Mars has delivered chart-topping hits like “Uptown Funk,” “Grenade,” and “Just the Way You Are.” His electrifying stage presence and smooth vocals make every performance an unforgettable spectacle. Beyond his music, Mars showcases his production and songwriting talents, often co-producing his tracks. His ability to infuse nostalgia with contemporary flair has earned him widespread acclaim. Bruno Mars consistently remains a true showman. 

Date: January 11–21
Venue: Tokyo Dome

Taylor Swift 

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The prolific American singer-songwriter, has evolved from country singer to global pop sensation. With heartfelt storytelling at her core, Swift’s chart-topping hits like “Love Story,” “Shake It Off,” and “Blank Space” resonate with audiences of all ages. Her ability to transform personal experiences into universal anthems has solidified her as a voice of her generation. Beyond music, Swift’s advocacy for artists’ rights reflects her influence and make her an inspiration to aspiring artists worldwide.

Date: February 7–10
Venue: Tokyo Dome

Queen with Adam Lambert 

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The legendary British rock band, reigns as one of the most influential and iconic musical acts in history. Led by the extraordinary Freddie Mercury, their innovative sound effortlessly blended rock, opera, and pop elements, producing timeless hits like “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “We Will Rock You,” and “Another One Bites the Dust.” With Mercury’s unparalleled stage presence, Brian May’s distinctive guitar work, and their collective showmanship, Queen’s live performances became legendary spectacles. Their legacy endures through generations, encapsulating the spirit of creative freedom and artistic fearlessness, forever solidifying them as champions of rock music.

Date: February 1314
Venue: Tokyo Dome

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