Bonez Tour 2005: Live at Budokan

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Bonez Tour 2005: Live at Budokan
Avril Lavigne Live at Budokan DVD cover.jpg
Video by Avril Lavigne
Released December 7, 2005
Recorded March 10, 2005
Length 68:41
Label BMG Japan
Director Toru Uehara
Producer Toru Uehara
Avril Lavigne chronology
Avril Lavigne: My World
Bonez Tour 2005: Live at Budokan
The Best Damn Tour: Live in Toronto

Bonez Tour 2005: Live at Budokan is a DVD from Avril Lavigne's second tour, Bonez Tour, released in 2005.[1] It was only released in Japan.[2] The DVD comes with an insert with lyrics of the songs in Japanese and English and a little "behind the scenes". Even with an accessory for mobile (A small cord writing Avril Lavigne, in high relief, with the sources of the album Under My Skin).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "He Wasn't"
  2. "My Happy Ending"
  3. "Take Me Away"
  4. "Freak Out"
  5. "Unwanted"
  6. "Anything But Ordinary"
  7. "Who Knows"
  8. "I'm with You"
  9. "Losing Grip"
  10. "Together"
  11. "Forgotten"
  12. "Tomorrow"
  13. "Nobody's Home"
  14. "Fall to Pieces"
  15. "Don't Tell Me"
  16. "Sk8er Boi"
  17. "Complicated"
  18. "Slipped Away"
  19. "Behind the Scenes" (1:57)


  • Filmed at Nippon Budokan on March 10, 2005
  • Filmed by FIP
  • Produced and directed by Toru Uehara
  • Edited by Joe Ueno for IMAGICA
  • All photos by Tony Mott
  • DVD package design by Jam-0/John Rummen @ Artwerks Design
  • Mixed by Tom Lord-Alge
  • Mixed at South Beach Studios
  • Assisted by Femio Hernandez

Behind the Scene bonus footage:

  • Directed by Ryuzo Hirata, Ryoichiro Obata
  • Edited by Yoshinori Saburi for IMAGICA
  • Avril Lavigne: Lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano
  • Devin Bronson: Lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Craig Wood: Rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Charles Moniz: Bass
  • Matt Brann: Drums


Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Japan (RIAJ)[3] Gold 200,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history[edit]

Region Edition Date Label
Japan[4] Standard December 7, 2005 BMG Japan
Japan[5] Limited Pressing November 26, 2008 BMG Japan


Year Awards ceremony Award Results
2006 Japan Golden Disc Best DVD of the Year Won