The event’s official site has posted an eight question interview with Kiiyan and e-zuka here. It may be short, but we learn that e-zuka used to draw manga when he was in elementary school, and he would try to mimic the art in Shounen Jump. And Kiiyan, even as an adult, finds himself identifying with Slam Dunk’s Hanamichi Sakuragi.
It was announced today that Granrodeo will be joining Spyair, Flow, Kitadani Hiroshi and Little Glee Monster (and potentially others) for day two of the Jump Music Festa, celebrating 50 years of Shonen Jump.
The shows run July 7-8 and Granrodeo will appear on the 8th only. Tickets are on sale now via lottery at Pia, Lawson and Rakuten, and there will be a Ro-gumi exclusive lottery starting on the 24th.
Event: JUMP MUSIC FESTA
Date: July 8, 2018
Venue: Yokohama Arena
Tickets: 8,640 yen
GR URL: https://granrodeo.jp/archives/12025