B'z latest release "B'z LIVE-GYM 2010 "Ain't No Magic" at TOKYO DOME" on DVD and Blu-Ray has already topped the Oricon chart, and a massive advertising campaign has been launched.
This morning, two coloured pages featured B'z ads in the Asahi Shinbun (one of Japan's most renown newspapers), promoting this new release. Also, busses with ads on it could be seen on the streets.
Until August 1st, Tower Records music shops are hosting a corner called "B'z SHOP-GYM". Both DVD and Blu-Ray are offered with a 15% discount, and you can get a special commemorating seal (in 2 different colours, red and blue) and mini-uchiwas with tour's logo on it.
In some shops you can also see a scale model of the "flying stage" used during dome tour dates.
photo credit: Q-DICE
B'z finally announced the release of their 2010 tour finale B'z LIVE-GYM 2010 "Ain't no Magic" at Tokyo Dome. It's going to be July 28th, 2010. Approximate run time is going to be 151 minutes (over two hours!!). There are no extras included, obviousy because of the DVD that came with MAGIC. As for the set list, see this post: B'z LIVE-GYM 2010 "Ain't No Magic" Dome Tour Set List.
The price is the same for both editions: 6,300 Yen. You can either grab the 2 DVD set or the Blu-ray set! Don't hesitate!
Right after the tour is over, B'z official website got updated to show a new opening video stating that the live video will hit in both DVD and Blu-Ray (Yes, that's high-definition B'z!!) flavors soon.
[flashvideo file=/videos/bz_anmlive.mp4 /]
Expect more details in the future.
Hey guys, the dome tour kicked off today and we have the set list. To our disappointment we have to inform you that they didn't change anything in the set list. However there appears to be a main and a substage so even fans further away from the stage can enjoy B'z.
The set list remains the same as B’z LIVE-GYM 2010 “Ain’t no Magic” Hall Tour Set List.
If there are any changes in the next shows we'll inform you.
The tour logo has been posted on B'z Official Website today:
I hope you all like it as much as I do. I think it's very original. Furthermore, support members have been announced along with revealing the logo:
Masuda Takanobu -- Keyboards
Barry Sparks -- Bass
Shane Gaalaas -- Drums
Ohta Shinichiro and Akihito Tokunaga are not on the dream team this time.