■ Sunday, July 18, 2021
Team Smile Toyosu PIT

Open:4:00 PM / Start:5:00 PM
Tickets: 7,700 yen (tax included)
General Ticket Sales Begin: Saturday, June 26, at 10:00 AM
Ticket Agency: Ticket Pia (P Code: 197-248)
Information: DISK GARAGE 050-5533-0888 (Weekdays 12:00 PM ~ 3:00 PM)

◆Official Homepage Advance Ticket Reservation
Reservation URL:
https://w.pia.jp/s/numbergirl21hps/
Reservation Period: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at 9:00 PM to Monday, June 7 at 11:59 PM
※Limit to one ticket per person
※This is a lottery reservation

※ Resale or transfer of tickets to another person is strictly prohibited. You will not be admitted with a ticket you bought from another person. There will be an ID check on the day of the concert, so please bring identification with you.
※ We will not admit anyone other than the people who actually purchased tickets. If your address changes after you have purchased your ticket, please bring identification that shows proof of your current address, and something that shows your address prior to the change.
※ Please only purchase a ticket if you can attend the concert.
※ The name listed on the ticket will be the name that the buyer registered at the time of purchase. You cannot change registered information once it has been sent.

▼Regarding Tickets
・Ticket sales and the number of tickets to go on sale will be based on national government, Tokyo, and venue guidelines.

▼Infection Prevention Guidelines
・The following people will not be allowed entry even if they have a ticket:
 Anyone with a temperature of 37.5℃ or higher on the day of the concert
 Anyone with concerns about their physical condition, including weariness and fatigue
 Anyone not wearing a mask
 Anyone who has, within two weeks prior to the concert, traveled to a country or region that has been designated by the government to have immigration restrictions
 Anyone with family members living in the same household who have contracted COVID-19, or has come into close contact with someone who has contracted COVID-19
・Please carefully follow measures to prevent airborne droplet transmission or direct contact transmission, such as “Cough Etiquette” (covering your mouth with a mask, tissue paper, handkerchief, or your sleeve when you cough or sneeze), frequent and appropriate handwashing, and use of alcohol-based disinfectant solution.
・Please disinfect your hands with the disinfectant solution provided at the entry to the venue.
・When lining up to enter the venue or use the restrooms, please make sure there is plenty of space between you and other attendees.
・Please keep your mask on at all times within the venue. We will also require the use of masks when you are waiting for admission to the venue.
・Shouting and talking in loud voices is prohibited during the concert.
・If a cluster of COVID-19 cases occurs at this concert, we may provide your personal information (including name and contact information) to public health centers and other related organizations.

▼Team Smile/Toyosu PIT Guidelines
・We will work extremely carefully to prevent the spread of infection in our management of this concert. This includes sufficiently consulting with the event promoter prior to the concert.
・The Toyosu PIT staff will be wearing masks. Also, when passing our drink tokens and other items to attendees, the staff will be wearing latex gloves.
・The venue will be thoroughly disinfected and cleaned. In particular, the alcohol disinfection of areas listed below that are highly likely to be touched by attendees will be increased:
(Drink tokens, handrails, in-venue fences, doorknobs, coin lockers, toilets, etc.)
・We will provide reminders of our COVID-19 infection prevention measures both at the venue and on our homepage.
・We will ventilate the venue as much as possible.
(Due to ventilation with air from outside the venue, it is possible the venue will be cold, so please take that into consideration when you come to the venue.)
・We will set up disinfectant solution areas at the venue and provide information about their location and usage.
・The staff will work carefully to maintain their health by washing and disinfecting their hands, as well as checking their temperatures.