BABYMETAL Announces 'The Five Fox Festival'

BABYMETAL Announces 'The Five Fox Festival'

Japanese pop-metal sensation BABYMETAL will stage The Five Fox Festival during July and August.

The festival will take place across Japan at four different venues and some of the shows are for specific audiences only and have strict dress codes.

See the poster below for details of each show.

Says BABYMETAL: "Each show has its own specific conditions which purchasers must abide by. Please make sure that all of the conditions are met before you make the purchase.

"In the case that the purchaser does not meet the specific conditions and wins the ticket, we reserve the right to refuse admittance."

BABYMETAL released "Live At Tokyo Dome" on April 1. The 2 Blu-ray + 4 CD set captures the band's two September 2016 concerts at Tokyo Dome which saw BABYMETAL perform in front of 110,000 people.

BABYMETAL is supporting the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS on select dates of their U.S. tour in April. They will also hit the road with KORN and STONE SOUR in June.

BABYMETAL appeared as special guests to METALLICA at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, Korea on January 11 as part of the latter band's "Worldwired" world tour. They also supported GUNS N' ROSES in Japan in January.

BABYMETAL made its U.S. late-night TV debut on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" in April 2016, performing "Gimme Chocolate" off their debut album.

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