Tamashii Nations World Tour Event Announces New York, United States, Stop in April, 2017
The Tamashii Nations World Tour will be heading to New York, United States, from April 29th to 30th.
Last year, December 2016, Tamashii Nations announced a world tour event to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its collectibles line. The world tour has already stopped at the CCXP at Sao Paulo Expo in Sao Paula, Brazil, from December 1st to December 4th, 2016.
The next leg of the world tour will be at the C3 in Hong Kong, China, from February 10th to February 12th, 2017. It was this Sunday, when Tamashii Nations announced that its America leg of its world tour will be in New York, United States. This stop is scheduled from April 29th to April 30th, 2017.
As noted on the site’s schedule, the tour is also be heading to Japan, Mexico, China (again), Taiwan, France, Spain, and Italy later this year. The world tour will end by returning to Japan in Winter, 2017.
On the official world tour website, using one’s Bandai Namco ID, serial codes can be registered which are gained from previous Tamashii Nations events. Doing this gives participants access to perks and special information. However, at the time of this writing, the website states that only participants that are residents of the country where the event is being held are eligible to do this promotion.
Currently, there is little to no information regarding the sale of tickets for the New York stop of the world tour event. Please check back on the website at later times for more info.
Source: Tamashii Japan
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