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A Nation

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Genre  J-pop
Location(s)  Various cities, Japan
Inaugurated  August 2002
Frequency  Annually
Years active  2002–present
Previous event  August 2014
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A-Nation (stylized as a-nation) is the name of an annual series of summer concerts that are held in various cities in Japan. Organized by Avex Group, Japan's biggest independent record label, this series features the most successful artists signed onto Avex Trax or other labels of the group (although some artists from other Japanese labels also participate here). A-Nation began in 2002 and is held each weekend during August of each year. Top Avex artists such as Ayumi Hamasaki, Kumi Koda, AAA, Ai Otsuka, BoA, Do As Infinity, TVXQ, Super Junior, Hitomi and SHINee perform at A-Nation every year.

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2002

  • August 3 - Toyama Athletic Stadium
  • August 4 - All-Season Resort Appi (now Appi Kogen Ski Resort)
  • August 10 - Kure, Hiroshima
  • August 11 - Huis Ten Bosch
  • August 17 - Sportsland SUGO
  • August 18 - Yamaha Resort Tsumagoi, Shizuoka
  • August 24 and 25 - WTC Open Air Stadium, Osaka
  • August 31 and September 1 - Odaiba, Tokyo
  • 2003

  • July 19 and 20 - Kasai Rinkai Park, Tokyo
  • July 26 - All-Season Resort Appi
  • August 2 and 3 - Uminonakamichi Seaside Park, Fukuoka
  • August 9 and 10 - Port Messe Nagoya, Aichi
  • August 16 and 17 - WTC Open Air Stadium
  • August 23 - Hiroshima
  • August 30 and 31 - Odaiba
  • 2004

  • July 31 - Toyama Athletic Stadium
  • August 7 - Uminonakamichi Seaside Park
  • August 14 - Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 21 and 22 - Kobe Port Island
  • August 28 and 29 - Showa Memorial Park
  • 2005

  • July 30 - Ōita Bank Dome
  • August 6 - Makomanai Open Stadium, Hokkaido
  • August 13 - Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 20 and 21 - Ajinomoto Stadium
  • August 27 and 28 - Kobe Port Island
  • 2006

  • July 29 - Echigo Hillside National Government Park, Niigata
  • August 5 - Uminonakamichi Seaside Park
  • August 12 - Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 19 and 20 - Kobe Port Island
  • August 26 and 27 - Ajinomoto Stadium
  • 2007

  • July 28 - Tohoku Electric Natori Sports Park, Miyagi
  • August 4 - Ningineer Stadium
  • August 12 - Yamaha Resort Tsumagoi
  • August 18 and 19 - Kobe Port Island
  • August 25 and 26 - Ajinomoto Stadium
  • 2008

  • July 26 - Ningineer Stadium
  • August 2 - Miyazaki Athletic Stadium
  • August 10 - Ishikawa Kanazawa Stadium
  • August 17 - Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 23 and 24 - Sakai City Green Park, Osaka
  • August 30 and 31 - Ajinomoto Stadium
  • 2009

  • August 1 - Kanto Repark, Kumamoto
  • August 8 - Ningineer Stadium
  • August 15 - Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 22 and 23 - Ajinomoto Stadium
  • August 29 and 30 - Nagai Stadium
  • 2010

  • August 7 - Ningineer Stadium
  • August 14 - Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 21 and 22 - Nagai Stadium
  • August 28 and 29 - Ajinomoto Stadium
  • 2011

  • July 30 - Ningineer Stadium
  • August 6 - Uminonakamichi Seaside Park
  • August 13 - Port Messe Nagoya
  • August 20 and 21 - Nagai Stadium
  • August 27 and 28 - Ajinomoto Stadium
  • 2012

  • Music Week (August 3 to 12) - Yoyogi National Gymnasium, Shibuya-AX, Shibuya WWW, Shibuya Public Hall
  • Stadium Fes
  • August 18 and 19 - Nagai Stadium
  • August 25 and 26 - Ajinomoto Stadium
  • 2013

  • A-Nation Island: August 3 to 11 - Yoyogi National Gymnasium
  • Stadium Fes
  • August 24 and 25 - Nagai Stadium
  • August 31 and September 1 - Ajinomoto Stadium
  • Participant artists

    Artists not signed with Avex Group are expressed in italics.

    1These artists are managed by Avex Group, but are not signed to any of its labels.
    2These artists left Avex Group either after being terminated or end of their contracts.
    3These artists, before being signed to Avex Group, were invited to participate to A-Nation.
    4Mari Natsuki is currently signed to another label, while her band, Gubier du Mari, is under Avex.
    5Minami Kuribayashi is currently and originally signed to Lantis. She is also currently signed to Avex Group for Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse.

    Main

  • 7&i (2010–present)
  • FamilyMart (2009)
  • Morinaga & Company (Weider in Jelly) (2005–present)
  • Nippon Life (You May Dream! Project)
  • Toyota (2004)
  • 2012

  • Audi
  • Brother Industries (Joysound)
  • Hankyu Travel
  • Itochu (Head Japan)
  • Kenkou Corporation, Inc. (Estenad)
  • Ray-Ban
  • Sony Mobile Communications (Xperia)
  • 2013

  • Brother Industries (Joysound)
  • ET Square Inc. (Music Chef)
  • Itochu (Head Japan)
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Sankyo Group
  • Shiseido
  • Teijin Group
  • Media Partners

  • Fuji TV (2012–present)
  • References

    A-Nation Wikipedia


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