Japan’s Top Anime Rock Band FLOW Reschedules 2020 North American Tour With Reset Dates and Added Shows for 2021

The Japanese rock band, FLOW, has rescheduled its 2020 North American tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New dates for the originally scheduled shows, along with two new shows in two North American cities, have been announced.

FLOW will hit North America next Spring for 13 live dates that kick off on May 28, 2021 with a two night stand at the 2021 Animazement Anime Convention in Raleigh, North Carolina. The band goes on to tour throughout June 2021 with standalone shows at premier venues in Atlanta, Georgia, Houston, Texas, Dallas, Texas, San Jose, California, Anaheim, California, Vancouver, BC, Toronto, Ontario, New York, New York, and Washington D.C., before heading to Mexico for a pair of shows in Monterrey and Mexico City.

Additional shows in Washington, D.C. and Houston, Texas have been added to the tour.

To date, FLOW has contributed 25 songs to 11 popular anime series that include, “GO!!!” and “Re:member,” the rollicking themes for the hit series, Naruto, “DAYS” from Eureka Seven, and “COLORS” from the sci-fi action series, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion. The band’s single, “Sign” was also used as the theme for the Naruto anime series sequel, Naruto Shippuden, and has been played more than 30 million times on Spotify.

FLOW is a five-piece band that has been critically acclaimed internationally and enjoys a global following for its potent, high energy style that adeptly blends melody-driven punk, rock and pop influences. The band’s songs have been featured extensively in many popular anime series and the group is at the forefront of the burgeoning “Ani-Song” (anime song) music scene.

May 28, 2021: Raleigh, NC at ANIMAZEMENT Convention (https://animazement.com/)
May 29, 2021: Raleigh, NC at ANIMAZEMENT Convention (https://animazement.com/)
June 1, 2021: Atlanta, GA at The Center Stage (https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0E005776EA9951E6)
June 3, 2021: Houston, TX at The White Oak Music Hall (https://wl.seetickets.us/event/Flow/411928?afflky=WhiteOakMusicHall)
June 4, 2021: Dallas, TX at Canton Hall (https://www.axs.com/events/387833/flow-tickets?q=FLOW)
June 7, 2021: Anaheim, CA at City National Grove of Anaheim (https://www.axs.com/events/387909/flow-world-tour-2020-tickets)
June 8, 2021: San Jose, CA at Center for the Performing Arts (https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/1C005774B47467FC)
June 10, 2021: Vancouver, Canada at the Vogue Theatre (https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/flow-tickets-83255492419)
June 12, 2021: Toronto, Canada at the Phoenix Concert Theatre (https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/83167699829)
June 14, 2021: New York, NY at SONY Hall (https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0000576BE7769CC3?brand=sonyhall&camefrom=cfc_sonyhall_200605artist)
June 16, 2021 Washington, D.C. at State Theatre (https://bit.ly/3fPqWi9)
June 18, 2021: Monterrey, Mexico at Foro Didi (https://www.ticketmaster.com.mx/flow-world-tour-2020-sign-in-monterrey-col-centro-monterrey-07-06-2020/event/1400578384411DED)
June 19, 2021: Mexico City, Mexico at Foro Indie Rock (https://www.ticketmaster.com.mx/event/14005845D18D9EBE)

Since forming in 1998, FLOW has released 34 singles and 11 albums released by the Japanese label, Ki/oon Records. FLOW’s latest full-length release, Tribalythm, debuted last year. The group’s music videos and songs have been streamed more than 100 million times on Vimeo and Spotify and viewed by millions more on YouTube.

Other notable FLOW singles include a cover of “CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA” (performed originally by Japanese pop singer Hironobu Kageyama) and was the featured opening theme song for the film, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, and subsequently used as the theme song for a variety of Dragon Ball video games. The FLOW single, “Break It Down” was featured in the 2019 release of the video game, Naruto x Boruto Ninja Tribes.

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