Japan's MOI DIX MOIS Schedule U.S. Tour Dates
Japanese theatrical rock band MOI DIX MOIS has scheduled a U.S. summer showcase tour from July 1 to July 12 in five major cities.
MOI DIX MOIS have played sold-out shows at 1,000-capacity venues in Paris, France and Berlin, Germany during the 2005 and 2006 spring seasons. Mana-sama, the creator, leader, and guitarist of MOI DIX MOIS and MALICE MIZER, has remained a celebrity in the Japanese music scene since 1992. Check out video clips of televised German shows featuring reviews, reports and an exclusive interview from MOI DIX MOIS' 2006 European tour: Arte Tracks April 2006 interview (video), ZDF report (German TV) (video). Two clips from the band's 2005 European Tour DVD are available on YouTube.com: Paris concert documentary (video), Munchen concert documentary (video).
MOI DIX MOIS U.S. tour dates:
Jul. 02 - The Grove of Anaheim - Anaheim, CA
Jul. 05 - The Lakewood Theater - Dallas, TX
Jul. 07 - TBA - New York City, NY
Jul. 09 - TBA, Chicago, IL
Jul. 12 - TBA - Seattle, WA
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