ONE OK ROCK COMES TO ROCK THE ANAHEIM HOUSE OF BLUES FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS OCTOBER






So I first fell in love with the Japanese rock band One Ok Rock when I watched the movie Rurouni Kenshin at the L.A. Eiga Fest American premier 2 years ago. Their song "the Beginning" was literally what started the beginning of my One Ok Rock obsession.

A few months later I started my study abroad journey in Japan and made it a priority to definitely see my faves One Ok Rock in concert in Japan. Tickets for the Yokohama Dome concert sold out in a matter of minutes. With the help of my good friend Hiroto and suggestions from Tumblr One Ok Rock fans, I was able to buy a ticket (unfortunately 50% more expensive) from the Yahoo Japan Auction site. Although I went solo, the energy from everyone and of course the awesome performance from the band was more than enough for a fantastic rockin' time!

So now that One Ok Rock is coming for what... it's 2nd? 3rd time? In America?! I definitely have to go especially since they are practically performing in my backyard at the House of Blues!

If you have never heard of this Jrock band, then GO CHECK THEM OUT! I seriously love every single one of their songs! My faves are the beginning, answer is near, mighty long fall (new), clock strikes and many more. I can't think of any song I don't like honestly because their songs are just that good.

Hope to see all my fellow One Ok Rock fans there! ^___^ Here are some event deets belowwwwww! The tickets are not yet sold out so there is still a chance to go!

BUY TICKETS BY CLICKING HERE
*Note: I had an extremely difficult time buying tickets because for some reason it requires a citibank card. I don't own anything citibank so had to ask Kevin to buy it for me.

DATE / TIME:
  • October 22nd on a Wednesday night
  • Starts at 7pm (but get there and line up early!)

PRICE:
  • $25 + online fee of $11: $36 

ADDRESS:
House of Blues Anaheim
1530 South Disneyland Drive, Anaheim, CA 92802

PARKING:
  • Parking at Downtown Disney is free for the first 3 hours without validation. With validation it is an additional 2 hours free. 
    • So basically a total 5 hours of free parking is possible with validation. 
  •  Each additional hour costs $6, charged in 20-minute increments. 
  • The maximum parking fee is $30.00.

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