Japanese rock superstars Vamps will be heading to the US to play two intimate shows, one at Los Angeles’ House Of Blues (December 4th) and one in New York City’s Roseland Ballroom (December 8th). These shows are the band’s first US appearances in over three years.
The band comments, “A concert is like a living, breathing thing. You never know what’s going to happen. We can’t wait have that experience with our fans on both coasts again! Our American fans and American audiences are always so good at expressing themselves with us during the show, making it fun to perform in front of them.”
Vamps is Hyde from L’Arc En Ciel and K.A.Z. from Oblivion Dust.
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