Nepali folk rock band Nepathya will hold concerts in Tokyo, Fukuoka and Osaka in Japan. According to Nepathya, the tour will start from the capital Tokyo. For this, a 14-member band team is leaving for that in the first week of August.
Nepathya in Tokyo on August 8
Nepathya will hold his first concert on August 8 at the Toyosu Pit in Tokyo. On August 12th, ‘Fukuoka Civil Hall’ and the final performance on August 17th at ‘Namba Hatch’ in Osaka is scheduled to resound Nepali folk music.
Nepathya gave their maiden performance in Japan in 1998. He last gave a performance at the well-known “Tokyo Dome” in 2018. The band’s frontman and lead singer, Amrit Gurung, claims that “many memories are connected with Japan.”
No of the circumstance or format, Nepathya has always been well received by the Japanese public, according to Amrit.
After the devastating earthquake in 2015, when the leading television company NHK reached Japan, it broadcast a 15-minute long video report introducing Nepal and Nepal along with Amrit’s interview. Nepathya used that trip as a platform to spread public awareness for the relief of the earthquake victims, and the band’s financial earnings from it were handed over to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund.
It is planned to present all Nepathya’s performances throughout the year 2023 as a series of humanity promotion campaign with the slogan ‘Music for Humanity’. In Japan too, Amrit will be supported by Dhruv Lama on the drum set, Suraj Thapa on the keyboard, Suvin Shakya on the bass guitar, Niraj Gurung on the guitar and Shanti Rayamazhi on the Madal.
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