Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No.1 (Yokohama City Foundation for the Promotion of Arts and Culture)
Ryohei Kondo (Condors) x Takashi Nagazumi (Hanaregumi)
great journey 4th

Postponement of the performance

Performance content

Postponenotice (3/12 17:00 announcement)
From the viewpoint of reducing the risk of expanding the new coronavirus infection based on Yokohama City notification, We have decided to postpone the host performance "Kondo Ryohei (Condors) x Takashi Nagazumi (Hanaregumi)" "great journey 4th" which was scheduled from Thursday, March 19 to Sunday, March 22.
Postponement dates are as follows.

><[Postponed date] July 2, 2020 (Thursday) - July 5, 2020
[Meeting] Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No.1 3F Hall

Tickets for this performance will not be available for postponed performances, so tickets for this performance will not be accepted. As soon as the details are decided, we will inform you of the postponed performance on the website, etc.
We apologize to all of you who were looking forward to the performance for any inconvenience and for the last announcement. Thank you for your understanding.

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No. 1 (Yokohama City Foundation for the Promotion of Arts and Culture)
Ticket refund method
Please return the necessary documents and tickets to Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Building 1 within the refund period. Refunds will be made by bank transfer to the bank account you wish to refund.

[refund period] March 14, 2020 ) March 28 (Sat <返送いただくもの>.) Tickets (for the number of tickets purchased)
2. Notes
1 Name
(2) Address
(3) Phone
(4) E-mail address
(5) Ticket amount Circle x Sheet Total circle)
6 Transfer account (bank name, branch name, ordinary or current, account number, account name yomi)

Ticketing fees are non-refundable.
The hotel will bear the ticket return postage of 84 yen and the transfer fee. If you are worried about loss at the time of mailing, please send it by mail method that shows the record of delivery. However, the only postage fee that can be refunded is 84 yen.
Tickets without the right ticket cannot be refunded.
It may take some time to complete the transfer.

, just in case, we recommend that you keep a copy of your ticket or take a picture on your mobile phone until the ticket fee has been refunded.
Please note that you will not be able to refund if the refund period has passed.
After confirming the returned ticket, we will deposit it to your designated account by the end of April.
We will comply with the Act on the Protection of Personal Information and handle your personal information appropriately.

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Kondo Ryohei (Condors)
Takashi Nagazumi (Hanaregumi) and < ;br />A journey through music and dance
Historical buildings set in Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse
Every day is a special session
Great journey to yesterday and tomorrow

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Ryohei Kondo?? Randles? Takashi Nagazumi?? n Nalegmi?


Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No.1 [Yokohama City Foundation for the Promotion of Arts and Culture]


2020/3/19 (Thu) 〜2020/3/22 (Sun)

Thursday, March 19, 19:00
Friday, March 20, 14:00
Saturday, March 21, 2:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 22, 2:00 p.m. <>br>

Ticket Fee

All seats are free (general): 4,800 yen
All seats free (U-25): 4,000 yen
All seats free (high school students and younger): 2,000 yen
(including tax)

(Please present a thing that confirms your age at the time of admission.)

+ Ticketing Fee


Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No.1 3F Hall


Organizations Overview

The Yokohama Foundation for the Promotion of Arts and Culture aims to contribute to the creation of a town full of civic culture and creativity by comprehensively promoting art in all genres, including art, music, theater, and classical performing arts.
Since its opening in 1859, Yokohama has become a window open to foreign cultures and civilizations, and has always adopted the "wind" from the outside to create new value while taking advantage of traditional culture. The diversity and tolerance cultivated in the port opening are alive among citizens after 160 years, and it has become the spiritual cornerstone of urban Yokohama and is still fostering vitality for the future.


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