Koshi Inaba LIVE 2010 ~enII~

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Koshi Inaba LIVE 2010 ~enII~
Live Tour by Koshi Inaba
Start Date August 21, 2010
End Date October 28, 2010
Country Japan
Songs 20
Home Video Koshi Inaba LIVE 2010 ~enII~
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Koshi Inaba LIVE 2010 ~enII~ was a live tour held by Koshi Inaba in 2010. The tour ran from August 21, 2010 to October 28, 2010. The tour finale was released on home video on DVD and Blu-ray on February 16, 2011.

The release premiered at the top of the Oricon DVD charts in both the Music and General categories for the week of its release.

Touring Band

Setlist

OPENING SE: The Byrds "Ballad of Easy Rider"

  1. Tamayura
  2. My Mirai
  3. The Morning Call
  4. Okay
  5. Sariyuku Hito he / Eden / Shujinkou / Little Boy
  6. AKATSUKI
  7. Nami
  8. LOVE LETTER
  9. Toumei Ningen
  10. Akai Ito
  11. Lone Pine
  12. Kono Te wo Hashiri Dashite
  13. LOST
  14. Wonderland
  15. Tooku Made
  16. CAGE FIGHT
  17. Koyoi Kimi to
  18. Zettai(teki)
  19. Shoumen Shoutotsu

ENCORE

  1. Shujinkou (Only for October 28th Performance)
  2. Hazumu Sekai (Joined by track's original guitarist Stevie Salas for September 30th Performance)
  3. Itaike na Taiyou

ENDING SE: cocoa (Unreleased Song)

Venues

2010.08.21 Japan Ecopa Arena

2010.08.24 Japan Osaka Jo Hall

2010.08.29 Japan Asty Tokushima

2010.09.11 Japan Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center

2010.09.12 Japan Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center

2010.09.18 Japan Toki Messe Niigata Convention Center

2010.09.22 Japan Sekisui Heim Super Arena

2010.09.23 Japan Sekisui Heim Super Arena

2010.09.28 Japan Nippon Budokan

2010.09.30 Japan Nippon Budokan

2010.10.01 Japan Nippon Budokan

2010.10.06 Japan Kobe World Hall

2010.10.07 Japan Kobe World Hall

2010.10.10 Japan Marine Messe Fukuoka

2010.10.11 Japan Marine Messe Fukuoka

2010.10.15 Japan Kagoshima Arena

2010.10.16 Japan Kagoshima Arena

2010.10.23 Japan Hiroshima Green Arena

2010.10.24 Japan Hiroshima Green Arena

2010.10.27 Japan Nippon Gaishi Hall

2010.10.28 Japan Nippon Gaishi Hall