Otomo Yoshihide PIT INN Year-End 4DAYS w/ 8 Consecutive Performances
Kei Matsumaru Curated Set
Ticket on the day:3,850 yen 3,500 yen + tax (one drink included)
Advance ticket:3,300 yen 3,000 yen + tax (one drink included)
*Advance tickets will start selling at the Shinjuku Pit Inn at 11:00AM on
November 3,Thursday (we accept reservations).
Kei Matsumaru (sax, electronics), Botsu a.k.a. NGS (Vo, electronics), Otomo Yoshihide (g, tt)
*Advance tickets (reservations accepted) will be available from 11:00 AM on November 3 (thu) by phone (03-3354-2024), at the reception desk of Pit Inn Shinjuku, or through the online ticket reservation form for each concert date on our website. A priority entrance number is given at the time of reservation.
*Admission to the ' Otomo Yoshihide - Annual Year-End 4 Days 8 Concert ' concert will be in the order of ticket number, so if you have already made a reservation for a ticket, please be sure to purchase your reserved ticket at the Pit Inn reception desk.
*Numbers are assigned at the time of reservation.
*Tickets are available for purchase prior to the performance date.
Requests to Our Customers
Please be aware that the venue will be very crowded if you try to purchase your ticket reservations shortly before the opening time of 14:30. In order to avoid the congestion and ensure a smooth opening, we will start accepting reserved ticket purchases at the reception desk starting at 13:30. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we would like to ask for your cooperation in purchasing tickets early in the time difference. After purchase, you will be able to enter the venue in numerical order upon your return at 14:30 when the venue opens. Thank you for your cooperation.
"It's time to open the doors again!"
This year, we resumed our European tour after a long absence. While I was stuck at home because of the pandemic, interesting musicians were emerging all over the world, and I came back to Japan thinking that this is no time to be carefree and grow old. Times are tough, but I feel that music is becoming more and more interesting. So, I asked Misaki Motofuji, Kei Matsumaru, and Mikiko Nagatake, a group of very talented musicians whom I had just met, to curate a set, and each of these three invited someone they wanted to pair with me. I am really looking forward to improvising with people I will meet for the first time. At the same time, we hope that it will also be a place where new movements can meet with living legends Gozo Yoshimasu and Yosuke Yamashita, whom we respect and admire. Of course, the regular ONJQ and special big bands will be further refined for the European tour scheduled for next year and beyond. It's time to open the door again, which has been closed for a while, I think.