List of Babymetal live performances

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Babymetal live performances
Yuimetal, Su-metal, and Moametal in black kimonos with their faces covered by a fox mask performing onstage
Babymetal performing on The Getaway World Tour (2016)
Concert tours 7
Promotional concerts 1
One-off headlining shows 8
Festival concerts 27
Sakura Gakuin shows 13
Award shows 2
Television shows and specials 11
Other shows 16

Japanese band Babymetal has embarked on five headlining tours, in addition to performing at various other one-off shows, award ceremonies, and television shows. Babymetal originated as a sub-unit of the Japanese idol group Sakura Gakuin in 2010, and first promoted their first singles as part of the group at their various concerts in Japan. For the first three years, the band performed as a sub-unit of the main group called jūon-bu (heavy music club).

Many of the band's performances are connected together within the band's lore, called the Metal Resistance. In 2012 and 2013, the band performed in a series of headling shows, accompanying the release of their major label singles "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" and "Megitsune". Following the release of their debut album Babymetal in 2014, as well as their viral success from their music videos, especially of the song "Gimme Chocolate!!", the band began their first headlining tour, the Babymetal World Tour 2014, which began in April 2014 and ended in December 2014, with performances in Europe, North America, and Japan. The following year, the band headlined another one-off show in Saitama, Japan and embarked on their second world tour, the Babymetal World Tour 2015, coinciding with the band's rerelease of Babymetal (2014) internationally.

To promote the band's second studio album Metal Resistance (2016), Babymetal began the Babymetal World Tour 2016: Legend Metal Resistance, which began with a headlinging show at the Wembley Arena in April 2016 and ended with two shows at the Tokyo Dome in September 2016. Critics praised the vocal performance of the singers, as well as the instrumental performance of the supporting Kami Band. Following the conclusion of the show, the band toured around the United States, serving as an opening act for the bands Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, Guns N' Roses, Korn, and Stone Sour from December 2016 to June 2017.[1] Afterward, the band returned to Japan and performed a series of shows in The Five Fox Festival in Japan tour, and finishing the year with a pair of headlining shows in Hiroshima to commemorate the twentieth birthday of lead singer Suzuka Nakamoto. Yui Mizuno did not perform from that show onwards, and with Babymetal embarking on their Babymetal World Tour 2018 in May 2018, she eventually left the group officially.

Concert tours[edit]

Year Title Duration Shows
2014 Babymetal World Tour 2014 June 23, 2014 – December 20, 2014 (Worldwide) 17
The Babymetal World Tour 2014, the band's debut headlining tour, promoted the band's debut album Babymetal (2014), and represents the second episode of the band's lore, the Metal Resistance.[2] The tour took place in Europe, North America, and Japan.[3] The band made various appearance made at music festivals, and some shows made to commemorate the birthdays of the three members.[4] The band also served as an opening act for Lady Gaga's tour ArtRave: The Artpop Ball in the United States.[5] In August 2014, the band extended the tour with additional shows in the United States and the United Kingdom.[6]
2015 Babymetal World Tour 2015 April 23, 2015 – December 13, 2015 (Worldwide) 35
The Babymetal World Tour 2015, the second worldwide tour by Babymetal, took place around the international rerelease of Babymetal, and represents the third episode of the Metal Resistance.[7] According to Su-metal, the tour provided little time to prepare, and its goal was to "pave a new path", as the band's newly released song "Road of Resistance" had described.[8] In June 2015, the band extended the tour with more dates set in Japan.[9]
2016 Babymetal World Tour 2016: Legend Metal Resistance April 2, 2016 – September 20, 2016 (Worldwide) 35
The Babymetal World Tour 2016: Legend Metal Resistance, the third worldwide tour by Babymetal, promoted the band's second album Metal Resistance (2016), and represented the fourth episode of the Metal Resistance.[10] Beginning the day after the album's worldwide release date,[11] the tour ended with two shows at Tokyo Dome. The goal of the tour was to grow as a band before returning to Japan, and to develop songs from the new album.[12] Critics praised the tour for energy and vocal performance of the three members as well as the instrumental skill of the accompanying band.[13]
2017 Babymetal US Tour 2017 June 16, 2017 – June 25, 2017 (United States) 7
After opening the bands Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, and Guns N' Roses, Babymetal performed a headlining show in Los Angeles, California on June 16, 2017 with special guest Hellyeah, as part of the band's tour in the United States.[14] The performance notably included the premiere of the international-exclusive track "From Dusk Till Dawn",[15] and made gross sales of $170,200 alone.[16] Afterwards, the band toured throughout the United States as an opening act for Korn and Stone Sour's The Serenity of Summer tour, beginning at Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 18, 2017, and ending at Nampa, Idaho on June 25, 2017.[17][18]
2017 The Five Fox Festival in Japan and Big Fox Festival in Japan July 18, 2017 – October 15, 2017 (Japan) 15
The Five Fox Festival in Japan was a headlining tour with dates exclusive to Japan, representing the fifth episode of the Metal Resistance.[19] Ticket holders were required to follow a dress-code and pass age or gender restrictions to be allowed into the venue, which was controversial for international fans who won tickets randomly by lottery.[20] In May 2017, the band extended the tour with another leg titled Big Fox Festival in Japan, in response to tickets selling out.[21]
2018 Babymetal World Tour 2018 May 8, 2018 – December 9, 2018 (Worldwide) 22
The Babymetal World Tour 2018, the fourth worldwide tour by Babymetal, began in May 2018, and was scheduled to end in October 2018 with the final tour dates in Japan.[22] The tour represents the seventh episode of the Metal Resistance, and a teaser posted online suggested the idea of "seven metal spirits" which would somehow appear throughout the tour.[23] The band released "Distortion" as a surprise single before embarking on the tour,[24] and performed several new songs, including "In the Name Of", "Elevator Girl", and "Kagerou".[25][26] The band's performance at Rock on the Range on May 20, 2018 was streamed online via LiveXLive the same day.[27] Yuimetal did not perform with the band on the tour,[28][29] and left the band entirely in October 2018.[30] Later, the band extended the tour with dates in Australia in December.[31][32]
2019–2020 Metal Galaxy World Tour September 4, 2019 – April 3, 2020 (Worldwide) 48
On May 10, 2019, Babymetal announced a series of shows in the United States, in conjunction with the release of the band's single "Elevator Girl". The tour will included a headlining show at The Forum in Los Angeles, as well as an appearance at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento.[33] The band later announced tour dates in Europe and Japan, along with the title of the tour. The performance at The Forum on October 11, 2019 coincided with the release of the band's third album Metal Galaxy (2019).[34]

Promotional concerts[edit]

Year Title Duration Shows
2013 Babymetal Death Match Tour 2013: May Revolution May 10, 2013 – May 18, 2013 (Japan) 4
To promote the release of the band's single "Megitsune", the band embarked on the Babymetal Death Match Tour 2013: May Revolution in May 2013. The tour has been described as a "training tour", accompanied with a backing band to play all the music.[35] The band performed shows on May 10, May 17, and May 18, 2013.[36] A trailer for the tour was published on April 1, 2013, depicting the tour as a legendary battle in the Metal Resistance, led by the Metal Master.[37]

Headlining shows[edit]

Shows that are performed during concert tours are not listed.

Year Title Duration Shows
2012 Legend "Corset Festival" July 21, 2012 (Tokyo) 1
Legend "Corset Festival", the first headlining show by Babymetal, promoted the release of the band's single "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!".[38] The show took place at Rock May Kan, and attendees were required to wear neck corsets that were packaged with the limited edition of the single.[39][40] Footage from the show was made available on the "Z" limited edition of "Ijime, Dame, Zettai".[41]
2012–2013 Legend "I", Legend "D", and Legend "Z" October 6, 2012 – February 1, 2013 (Japan) 4
Legend "I", Legend "D" Su-metal Seitansai, and Legend "Z", a series of four headlining shows by Babymetal (Legend "I" was performed twice at the first venue),[42] promoted the release of the band's single "Ijime, Dame, Zettai".[43] The series of shows was later made available in the video release Live: Legend I, D, Z Apocalypse (2013).[44][45]
2013 Legend "1999" and Legend "1997" June 30, 2013 – December 21, 2013 (Japan) 2
Legend "1999" Yuimetal & Moametal Seitansai and Legend "1997" Su-metal Seitansai were a pair of headlining shows held to commemorate the birthdays of Yuimetal and Moametal, and Su-metal, respectively. The shows were released as Live: Legend 1999 & 1997 Apocalypse (2014).[46] The music video for "Gimme Chocolate!!" was filmed at the latter show, gaining over 100 million views.[47]
2013 Legend "Fox Festival" July 14, 2013 (Tokyo) 1
Legend "Fox Festival", promoted the release of the band's single "Megitsune". The show took place at Rock May Kan, the same venue as Legend "Corset Festival", and attendees were required to wear fox masks that were distributed prior to the show.[48] Tickets were only given via purchases of "Megitsune" and by lottery at the venue.[49]
2014 Legend "Corset Festival Extra" and Legend "Doomsday" March 1, 2014 – March 2, 2014 (Tokyo) 2
Legend "Corset Festival Extra" Tenkaichi Metal Budokai and Legend "Doomsday" Shokan no Gi were a pair of headlining shows taking place at Nippon Budokan in March 2014. The conclusion of the second show marked the end of the first episode of the Metal Resistance.[50] The shows would later be released in the video Live at Budokan: Red Night & Black Night Apocalypse (2015).[51]
2015 Legend "2015" New Year Fox Festival January 10, 2015 (Saitama) 1
Legend "2015" New Year Fox Festival was a special performance held by Babymetal at Saitama Super Arena, which concluded with the announcement of the Babymetal World Tour 2015.[7] Footage from the show was released as one of three shows from the limited video release Trilogy: Metal Resistance Episode III – Apocalypse (2016).[52]
2017 Legend "S" Baptism XX December 2, 2017 – December 3, 2017 (Hiroshima) 2
Following the conclusion of The Five Fox Festival in Japan Tour, Babymetal announced Legend "S" Baptism XX, a pair of headlining shows in Hiroshima, Japan that commemorated the twentieth birthday of lead singer Su-metal, and marked the sixth episode of the Metal Resistance.[53][54] The former show was made exclusive to members of the band's "The One" fanclub,[54] and Yuimetal was absent from both shows due to reported illness.[55] Footage from the shows was released as part of the video Legend S: Baptism XX (2018).
2019 Babymetal Awakens: The Sun Also Rises and Babymetal Arises: Beyond the Moon June 28, 2019 – July 7, 2019 (Japan) 4
On April 1, 2019, the band announced a third album set for release within the year, along with a set of headlining shows, Babymetal Awakens: The Sun Also Rises and Babymetal Arises: Beyond the Moon – Legend "M", in Yokohama and Nagoya, respectively.[56]

Performances at festival concerts[edit]

Shows that are performed during concert tours are not listed.

Date Event Country Performed song(s) Ref.
August 7, 2011 United States of Odaiba 2011 (with Sakura Gakuin) Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning" [57]
August 28, 2011 Tokyo Idol Festival 2011: Eco & Smile (with Sakura Gakuin) Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [58]
October 12, 2011 Tower Records Shinjuku 13th Birthday: No Music, No Idol? Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [59]
January 9, 2012 Women's Power 20th Anniversary Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [60]
April 8, 2012 2nd Idol Yokochō Festival!! Live Band Special Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [61]
June 23, 2012 Pop'n Idol 02 Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!" [62]
August 4, 2012 Tokyo Idol Festival 2012 (with Sakura Gakuin) Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Babymetal Death" [63]
August 19, 2012 Summer Sonic 2012 Tokyo Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Babymetal Death" [64]
October 23, 2012 Anime Festival Asia 2012 Singapore "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Uki Uki ★ Midnight", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [65]
May 26, 2013 Tokyo Metropolitan Rock Festival 2013 Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Catch Me If You Can", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [66]
July 7, 2013 Rock Beats Cancer Vol. 2 Japan "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" (with JAM Project) [67]
July 15, 2013 Summer Camp 2013 Japan "Babymetal Death", "Megitsune", "Iine!", "Catch Me If You Can", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [68]
July 21, 2013 Join Alive 2013 Japan "Megitsune", "Iine!", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Catch Me If You Can", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [69]
August 4, 2013 Rock in Japan Festival 2013 Japan "Megitsune", "Iine!", "Catch Me If You Can", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [70]
August 10, 2013 Summer Sonic 2013 Tokyo Japan "Babymetal Death", "Megitsune", "Catch Me If You Can", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [71]
August 11, 2013 Summer Sonic 2013 Osaka Japan "Babymetal Death", "Megitsune", "Catch Me If You Can", "Iine!", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [72]
September 22, 2013 Inazuma Rock Fes 2013 Japan "Megitsune", "Iine!", "Catch Me If You Can", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [73]
October 18, 2013 Tower Records Shinjuku 15th Anniversary Thanksgiving Special: Night of 15 Japan "Babymetal Death", "Megitsune", "Kimi to Anime Ga Mitai – Answer for Animation With You", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [74]
October 20, 2013 Loud Park 2013 Japan "Babymetal Death", "Kimi to Anime Ga Mitai – Answer for Animation With You", "Catch Me If You Can", "Megitsune", "Akatsuki", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [75]
November 4, 2013 Japan Pop Culture Carnival 2013 Japan "Touch", "Yuzurenai Negai", "Cat's Eye" (Su-metal with JAM Project) [76]
November 30, 2013 SkullMania Vol. 8 Japan "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Uki Uki ★ Midnight", "Iine!", "Catch Me If You Can", "Megitsune", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [77]
December 1, 2013 Act Against AIDS 2013 Japan "Megitsune" [78]
December 30, 2013 Countdown Japan 13/14 Japan "Gimme Chocolate!!", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Megitsune", "Catch Me If You Can", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [79]
December 28, 2015 Countdown Japan 15/16 Japan "Babymetal Death", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Gimme Chocolate!!", "Catch Me If You Can", "Karate", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai", "Megitsune", "Road of Resistance" [80]
June 24, 2017 Pain in the Grass 2017 United States "Babymetal Death", "Yava!", "Catch Me If You Can", "Megitsune", "Karate", "Gimme Chocolate!!" [81]
December 7–9, 2018 Good Things 2018 Australia "Starlight", "Karate", "Gimme Chocolate!!", "Yava!" [82]
June 30, 2019 Glastonbury Festival 2019 United Kingdom "Megitsune", "Elevator Girl", "Shanti Shanti Shanti", "Distortion", "Pa Pa Ya!!", "Gimme Chocolate!!", "Karate", "Road of Resistance" [83]

Performances at Sakura Gakuin shows[edit]

Date Event Country Performed song(s) Ref.
November 28, 2010
November 28, 2010
Sakura Gakuin Festival ☆ 2010 Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning" [84]
December 14, 2010 Sakura Gakuin 1st Single Release Event Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning" [85]
February 12, 2011 Happy Valentine: Hōkago Sakura no Shita ni Shūgō!! Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning" [86]
May 1, 2011
May 1, 2011
Sakura Gakuin 1st Album Release Event Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning" [87]
July 23, 2011
July 24, 2011
Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo New: Departure Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [88]
October 23, 2011 Sakura Gakuin Festival ☆ 2011 Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [89]
March 25, 2012 Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo Graduation: Departure Japan "Iine!" (Vega mix ver.) [90]
May 6, 2012 Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo Transfer Student Ceremony Japan "Iine!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [91]
October 23, 2012 Sakura Gakuin Festival ☆ 2012 Japan "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [92]
March 31, 2013 The Road to Graduation Final: Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo Graduation Japan "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!" [93]

Performances at award shows[edit]

Date Event Country Performed song(s) Ref.
June 15, 2015 Metal Hammer Golden Gods 2015 United Kingdom "Road of Resistance", "Gimme Chocolate!!" (with DragonForce) [94]
July 18, 2016 2016 Alternative Press Music Awards United States "Karate", "Painkiller", "Breaking the Law" (with Rob Halford) [95]

Performances at television shows and specials[edit]

Date Event Country Performed song(s) Ref.
January 5, 2013 Happy Music Japan "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [96]
January 6, 2013 Music Japan Japan "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [97]
June 21, 2013 Music Dragon Japan "Megitsune" [98]
July 15, 2013 Music Japan Annex 2013 Summer Japan "Megitsune" [99]
January 18, 2014 Live Expo 2014 All Live Nippon Vol. 2 Japan "Megitsune", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [100]
February 7, 2014 Music Station Japan "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [101]
December 26, 2014 Music Station Super Live 2014 Japan "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [102]
December 25, 2015 Music Station Super Live 2015 Japan "Gimme Chocolate!!" [103]
April 3, 2016 MJ presents Babymetal Kakumei: Shōjo-tachi wa Sekai to Tatakau Japan "Road of Resistance", "Gimme Chocolate!!", "Awadama Fever", "Megitsune", "Karate", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai", "The One" (Unfinished ver.) [104]
April 5, 2016 The Late Show with Stephen Colbert United States "Gimme Chocolate!!" [105]
April 22, 2016 Music Station Japan "Karate" [106]

Other shows[edit]

Date Event Country Performed song(s) Ref.
April 6, 2012 Babymetal × Kiba of Akiba Release Event Japan "Ijime, Dame, Zettai", "Iine!", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Kimi to Anime Ga Mitai – Answer for Animation With You" [107]
July 7, 2012
July 7, 2012
July 8, 2012
July 8, 2012
Headbang Pilgrimage!! Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Kimi to Anime Ga Mitai – Answer for Animation With You", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!" [108]
July 14, 2012
July 14, 2012
Uki Uki ☆ Afternoon Japan "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Iine!" [109]
August 20, 2012 Sug Live Battle 2012 “Live! Tower Records Day” (with Sug and Tamurapan) Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Kimi to Anime Ga Mitai – Answer for Animation With You", "Iine!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!" [110]
December 25, 2012 Children's Winter Break Safety Christmas Campaign Japan "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [111]
January 7, 2013 One Song! Explosive Live Japan "Onedari Daisakusen", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [112]
January 14, 2013 Live Release Event! "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" in Osaka Japan "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Kimi to Anime Ga Mitai – Answer for Animation With You", "Uki Uki ★ Midnight", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [113]
June 22, 2013 Megitsune Release Event: Mini-Live Japan "Megitsune", "Iine!", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [114]
June 23, 2013 Megitsune Release Event: Free Live Japan "Megitsune", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai", "Catch Me If You Can" [115]
December 28, 2013 Live in Singapore Singapore "Babymetal Death", "Kimi to Anime Ga Mitai – Answer for Animation With You", "Iine!", "Onedari Daisakusen", "Gimme Chocolate!!", "Uki Uki ★ Midnight", "Akatsuki", "Catch Me If You Can", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Megitsune", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" [116]
January 24, 2014 Kinniku Shōjo Tai × Babymetal (with Kinniku Shōjo Tai) Japan "Babymetal Death", "Megitsune", "Gimme Chocolate!!", "Akatsuki", "Onedari Daisakusen", "Catch Me If You Can", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!" [117]
February 2, 2014 Babymetal × Chthonic (with Chthonic) Taiwan "Babymetal Death", "Doki Doki ☆ Morning", "Iine!", "Gimme Chocolate!!", "Onedari Daisakusen", "Akatsuki", "Catch Me If You Can", "Ijime, Dame, Zettai", "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!", "Megitsune" (with Chthonic) [118]

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