Quartet Night are holding their second solo lives, LIVE FUTURE 2018, in November and we're going to celebrate by having international fans send their best wishes to them as a beautiful flower stand!
Flower stands in Japanese events are a way to show love and support to entertainers, though they're used at all kinds of events, they're specially incredible at concerts because a lot of fans will also be able to enjoy seeing the flowers. So this is a perfect way of showing Quartet Night that they're loved around the world! So even if you're not coming to the event, the flowers will be there as a piece of your love.
Let's accompany Quartet Night in this new phase of their career, towards the future!
How will the flower stand look?
Because we've gotten a lot of support through social media, we believe we can reach this budget and make a beautiful and BIG flower stand. It will include flowers of the colours of all four members, balloons, flags and pop art of Reiji, Ranmaru, Ai and Camus.
In the middle there will be a board with the names of all the backers written on it.
You can check @yasuhotaru4 on twitter for stands our friends have done in the past!
This is the very rough design of the stand and the pop arts by the wonderful @agnadance
Backers will receive regular updates on the progress of the stand through this page, our twitter @, and the Line group or email (most important updates only).
What happens if we don't get enough money to fund it?
We originally made a smaller version of the stand which you can see in the second pic we posted above, and we'd go with that, we'll going to spend every yen making it beautiful, we're not going to benefit in any way from this project.
Where can we see the final stand?
The stand will be set in the live venue, which is the World Memorial Hall in Kobe, Japan! If you're in Japan for the live around those dates you'll be able to check it out in person! For those that can't come, we'll post pics of it on twitter that we'll allow our backers to share in other social networking sites or anywhere they want!
If you're in Japan for the live make sure to drop by and say hello!
Feel free to ask us any questions, and thank you so much for the support we've found so far, without all of you this wouldn't be possible!