Crush 40 Japan Concerts Postponed Until Summer

Crush 40 Japan Concerts Postponed Until Summer

Due to the current circumstances surrounding the 9.0 magnitude earthquake that has lead to the humanitarian distaster in Japan, Crush 40 have cancelled their two conert dates, which were set to go ahead on Saturday, 2nd of April and Sunday, 3rd of April in Tokyo and Osaka. I’ve been in touch with both Jonny Gioeli and Jun Senoue this week, and after careful consideration they have decided this is the most appropriate action to take at this time.

Wavemaster Entertainment and Crush 40 extend their sympathies to all of those affected by the events in the north east of Japan, and apologise to all of those who had bought tickets to the two sold-out shows.You can read the official statement on the Wavemaster Crush 40 Concert page.

We will keep you updated here at the Sonic Stadium when dates for the rescheduling of these dates is due.

The Sonic Stadium may link to retailers and earn a small commission on purchases made from users who click those links. These links will only appear in articles related to the product, in an unobtrusive manner, and do not influence our editorial decisions in any way.

Published by

Adam Tuff

With a decade under his belt, Adam is one of The Sonic Stadium's most seasoned writers, with interests in the music and merchandise of the Sonic the Hedgehog universe. Adam is the co-organiser for the Summer of Sonic convention.


  1. The most important thing that the concert will be held. A delay is not that bad, especially since they have a reason. I think this is the right decision.

  2. I felt that the most important thing was that they were alright and that some people are still alive. .-. But that’s just me.

  3. Too bad for Crush 40, they were probably looking forward to their first tour.
    Oh well, as long as it’s not cancelled then it’s fine. ­čÖé

  4. With all the earthquake and Tsunami damage, maybe that bogus talk about the World Ending next year might come true. I mean, it’s not like the disaster would open a way for new concerts in other parts of the world, like say America.

  5. Sounds like a smart dicision. There are far more pressing matters at hand which need to be attended to; a task that could take many months.

  6. This is a good decision to make. After what hapened to Japan, it’s not a good time for a concert.

Comments are closed.