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The '''Tokyo Zepp''', one of the Zepp halls in Japan. The music halls are spread around every area of Japan and play host to many international tours. They are a popular stop for many Japanese musicians. The company is a subsiduary of Sony Music Entertainment Japan and is sponsored by Asahi Breweries.<ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zepp_Music_Halls</ref>
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The Tokyo Zepp has a capacity of 2,700 and was founded in March 1999. It is the second largest of the bunch. Other Zepp halls include the [[Nagoya Zepp]], [[Osaka Zepp Namba]], Osaka Zepp Bayside, Sapporo Zepp, the [[Fukuoka Zepp]] and the [[Tokyo Zepp DiverCity]].
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== Muse appearances ==
 
== Muse appearances ==
* [[Tokyo Zepp 2013 (gig) | 2013-08-13]]
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* [[Tokyo Zepp 2001 - 29th (gig) | 2001-11-29]]
 
* [[Tokyo Zepp 2001 - 29th (gig) | 2001-11-29]]
 
* [[Tokyo Zepp 2001 - 28th (gig) | 2001-11-28]]
 
* [[Tokyo Zepp 2001 - 28th (gig) | 2001-11-28]]
 
* [[Tokyo Zepp 2001-07 (gig) | 2001-07-15]]
 
* [[Tokyo Zepp 2001-07 (gig) | 2001-07-15]]
  
==Information==
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== References ==
The Tokyo Zepp has a capacity of 2,700 and was founded in March 1999.
 
  
The Zepp Music Halls are a group of Japanese music halls covering every area of the Japan. The Zepp halls play host to many international tours and are a popular stop among Japanese musicians. Each venue takes the Zepp name, along with the city in which it is located. The Zepp company is a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment Japan.
 
 
The Zepp venues are sponsored by the Asahi Breweries.<ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zepp_Music_Halls</ref>
 
 
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Revision as of 22:10, 23 May 2020

The Tokyo Zepp, one of the Zepp halls in Japan. The music halls are spread around every area of Japan and play host to many international tours. They are a popular stop for many Japanese musicians. The company is a subsiduary of Sony Music Entertainment Japan and is sponsored by Asahi Breweries.[1]

The Tokyo Zepp has a capacity of 2,700 and was founded in March 1999. It is the second largest of the bunch. Other Zepp halls include the Nagoya Zepp, Osaka Zepp Namba, Osaka Zepp Bayside, Sapporo Zepp, the Fukuoka Zepp and the Tokyo Zepp DiverCity.

Muse appearances

References