The official home page has updated with information about sending flower arrangements and stands to the Tokamachi venue.
The official site announced on Saturday that a bus “tour” (from Yuzawa to Tokamachi) would be available for both shows. Roundtrip fare is 2500 yen (per day) and the trips can be purchased on the JTB site. Payment can be made via credit card or bank transfer.
It was also announced that one extra train per day, after each show, will run from Tokamachi to Yuzawa (where the Hokuriku shinkansen back to Tokyo stops). The extra trains are as follows:
ANiUTA will be running a short lottery for tickets to the upcoming concerts in Tokamachi this May.
To enter, you must be a member. To join, you can download the app from the Japanese Google Play or iOS stores and subscribe. The subscription fee is 600 yen/month.
You will also need to download the ANiUTA ticketing app, also available in the Japanese Google and Apple stores.
Lottery Period: 4/2/2018 @ 12:00〜4/9/2018 @ 23:59 JST
The official site today announced a pair of live Granrodeo shows to be held in May in e-zuka’s home town of Tokamachi (Niigata prefecture). Officially titled 十日町凱旋 ロデオごったく 〜あささささ、ごーぎだどもあちこたねぇすけこらっしゃい (Tokamachi Triumphant Return Rodeo Huddle … ah, I have no earthly idea after that), the two shows will be 5/19~20 at the Tokamachi City Echigo-Tsumari Cultural Hall, which holds about 700.
The fan club lottery started today, and runs until March 12 @ 23:59 EST. In conjunction, Tokamachi residents may contact the venue for how to enter the hometown lottery.
Times: OPEN 16:00 / START 17: 00 (5/19) & OPEN 15:00 / START 16: 00 (5/20)