Fuji Rock Festival 2018: Must Watch Japanese Artists

 

 

JAPAN Forward

 

 

Livestream links for each day will be updated everyday so make sure to keep this page open in your browser.

 

July 27, Friday

Channel 1: RECAP

Channel 2: RECAP

 

July 28, Saturday

Channel 1: RECAP

Channel 2: RECAP

 

July 29, Sunday

Channel 1:

Channel 2:

 

Did you know the annual Fuji Rock Festival doesn’t actually happen at Mt. Fuji? The very first event in 1997 was held at the base of the world heritage site, Fuji-san, but ever since 1999 the festival has taken place at the Naeba Ski Resort in Yuzawa, Niigata.

 

The event is known for attracting top international artists and combining them with the best Japanese music industry offerings. Bob Dylan returns on stage for the first time since receiving the Nobel Prize for literature, marking his 101st performance in Japan, and headlines the final day of the 3-day festival on July 29.

 

This year for the first time ever, select artists’ performances will be broadcast live on Fuji Rock’s official YouTube channel, and JAPAN Forward will update this page daily sharing the livestream feeds so you can join in the fun from the comfort of your living room (or anywhere else that’s convenient).

 

For those fortunate enough to go and courageous enough to battle out the raging winds (and possible typhoon) forecasted for the event, below is a list of must see Japanese artists at this year’s festival.

 

July 27, Friday (Day 1)

Green Stage

11:00-12:00 Mongol800

18:50-20:00 Sakanaction

 

White Stage

18:20-19:10 The Elephant Kashimashi

 

Red Marquee

11:30-12:10 neconemuru

 

Field of Heaven

15:20-16:20 GOMA & The Jungle Rhythm Section

21:00-22:30 Hanaregumi

 

Gypsy Avalon

17:30-18:15 FU-CHING-GIDO

 

Mokudotei

14:30-15:15 mei ehara

 

Pyramid Garden

10:30-11:15 HUMBERT HUMBERT

22:30-23:15 Riki Hidaka

 

Cafè de Paris

14:30-15:15 Ren Takada

 

Related Articles:

Bob Dylan to Headline Fuji Rock 2018, Joined by Kendrick Lamar, N.E.R.D., Skrillex

Fuji Rock 2018 Livestream Highlights: Enjoy Japan’s Most Famous Rock Festival from Home

 

July 28, Saturday (Day 2)

Green Stage

12:50-13:50 The Birthday

 

White Stage

18:10-19:00 Unicorn

22:00-23:30 Brahman

 

Red Marquee

12:40-13:30 More the Man

14:00-14:50 Obukuro Nariaki

 

Field of Heaven

15:20-16:20 JOY-POPS

17:10-18:10 HUMBERT HUMBERT

 

Gypsy Avalon

12:20-13:05 Umino Soko Band

15:45-16:30 Tortoise Matsumoto

 

Mokudotei

14:40-15:25 Matsukaze

 

Pyramid Garden

10:30-11:15 kotringo

 

July 29, Sunday (Day 3)

Green Stage

12:50-13:50 Suchmos

 

White Stage

18:10-19:00 MISIA

 

Red Marquee

12:40-13:30 Leo Imai

 

Field of Heaven

11:00-11:40 Hirai Dai

 

Gypsy Avalon

17:20-18:05 Sekitori Hana

 

Day Dreaming

13:30-14:30 Hifana

 

Mokudotei

13:20-14:05 Kanekoayano

15:10-15:55 Yuichi Ohata Trio ft.Sakana Hosomi

 

 

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