Nanda Collection World Tour

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Nanda Collection World Tour
Tour by Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
Nanda Collection World Tour logo.png
Official logo of the world tour
Associated album Nanda Collection
Start date February 13, 2014
End date November 21, 2014
Legs 5
No. of shows
  • 6 in North America
  • 1 in Australia
  • 3 in Europe
  • 6 in Asia
  • 16 total
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu concert chronology

The Nanda Collection World Tour (also named KPP Nanda Collection World Tour 2014) was the second world tour by Japanese singer Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, in support of her 2013 studio album Nanda Collection.

Setlist[edit]

North America[1][2]
Segment 1
  1. "Nanda Collection" (なんだこれくしょん) (Intro)
  2. "Invader Invader" (インベーダーインベーダー)
  3. "Me" (み)
  4. "Ninja Re Bang Bang" (にんじゃりばんばん)
  5. "Kyary ANAN" (きゃりーANAN)
  6. "Furisodation" (ふりそでーしょん)
Intermission
  1. "RGB" (by Capsule); instrumental)
Segment 2
  1. "Pamyu Pamyu Revolution" (ぱみゅぱみゅレボリューション)
  2. "Mottai Night Land" (もったいないとらんど)
  3. "Sungoi Aura" (すんごいオーラ)
  4. "Kura Kura" (くらくら)
  5. "Super Scooter Happy" (Capsule cover)
  6. "Yume no Hajima Ring Ring" (ゆめのはじまりんりん)[3]
  7. "Saigo no Ice Cream" (さいごのアイスクリーム)
  8. "Tsukematsukeru" (つけまつける)
Segment 3
  1. ""Kyary no March" (きゃりーのマーチ)
  2. "Cherry Bonbon" (チェリーボンボン)
  3. "Pon Pon Pon"
  4. ""Fashion Monster" (ファッションモンスター)
Encore
  1. "Candy Candy"
  2. "Chan Chaka Chan Chan" (ちゃんちゃかちゃんちゃん)
Australia / Asia / Europe[4]
Segment 1
  1. "Nanda Collection" (なんだこれくしょん) (Intro)
  2. "Invader Invader" (インベーダーインベーダー)
  3. "Me" (み)
  4. "Family Party" (ファミリーパーティー)[5]
  5. "Ninja Re Bang Bang" (にんじゃりばんばん)
  6. "Kyary ANAN" (きゃりーANAN)
  7. "Furisodation" (ふりそでーしょん)
Segment 2
  1. "Pamyu Pamyu Revolution" (ぱみゅぱみゅレボリューション)
  2. "Mottai Night Land" (もったいないとらんど)
  3. "Sungoi Aura" (すんごいオーラ)
  4. "Kura Kura" (くらくら)
  5. "Super Scooter Happy" (Capsule cover)
  6. "Yume no Hajima Ring Ring" (ゆめのはじまりんりん)
  7. "Saigo no Ice Cream" (さいごのアイスクリーム)
  8. "Tsukematsukeru" (つけまつける)
Segment 1
  1. "Kyary no March" (きゃりーのマーチ)
  2. "Cherry Bonbon" (チェリーボンボン)
  3. "PonPonPon"
  4. "Fashion Monster" (ファッションモンスター)
Encore
  1. "Candy Candy"
  2. "Chan Chaka Chan Chan" (ちゃんちゃかちゃんちゃん)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
February 13, 2014 Seattle United States The Showbox
February 15, 2014 San Francisco The Regency Center
February 16, 2014 Los Angeles Club Nokia
March 5, 2014 Chicago House of Blues
March 7, 2014 Toronto Canada Sound Academy
March 8, 2014 New York City United States Best Buy Theater
Australia
March 23, 2014[A] Sydney Australia UNSW Roundhouse
Asia
April 5, 2014 Kowloon Bay Hong Kong Rotunda 3, KITEC
Europe
April 25, 2014 Paris France Bataclan
April 27, 2014 Cologne Germany Gloria Theater
April 29, 2014 London England Shepherd's Bush Empire
Asia
May 17, 2014 Tokyo Japan Zepp Tokyo
May 18, 2014
May 30, 2014 Taipei Taiwan Taipei International Convention Center
June 21, 2014 Singapore Singapore The Star Theatre (Singapore's Japan Music Festival)
November 21, 2014[B] Bangkok Thailand Centerpoint Studio (LASAN)
Notes
  1. ^ The March 23, 2014 concert at the UNSW Roundhouse was originally to be held at the Metro Theatre, but was moved due to excessive demands.
  2. ^ The November 21, 2014 concert in Thailand at Centerpoint Studio was originally to take place on June 28th, but was postponed due to coup d'état.

Personnel[edit]

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets sold / available Gross revenue
Regency Ballroom San Francisco 1,424 / 1,424 (100%) $45,159[6]
Club Nokia Los Angeles 2,325 / 2,325 (100%) $81,812[7]
Sound Academy Toronto 1,572 / 1,572 (100%) $57,874[8]
Best Buy Theater New York City 2,150 / 2,150 (100%) $65,341[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://media.goboiano.com/read-more-news.php?id=1578
  2. ^ Pinpon ga Nannai (ピンポンがなんない) was performed in Seattle after Pon Pon Pon and before Fashion Monster in the third segment.
  3. ^ This leg included the first live performances of this song.
  4. ^ http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/kyary-pamyu-pamyu/2014/unsw-roundhouse-sydney-australia-4bc25b0e.html
  5. ^ The Australia leg included her debut live performance of this song.
  6. ^ "Billboard Boxscore – Current Scores". Billboard. March 2014. Retrieved 12 May 2014.
  7. ^ "Billboard Boxscore – Current Scores". Billboard. April 2014. Archived from the original on 12 May 2014. Retrieved 12 May 2014.
  8. ^ "Billboard Boxscore – Current Scores". Billboard. April 2014. Archived from the original on 12 May 2014. Retrieved 12 May 2014.
  9. ^ "Billboard Boxscore – Current Scores". Billboard. May 2014. Archived from the original on 12 May 2014. Retrieved 12 May 2014.

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