Experience the thrill of music!
A New Music Festival Offering Fun for All

SaLaD Music Festival began in 2018 as a music festival where everyone can have the opportunity to experience and express the joy of music. The name “SaLaD” comes from the first letters of the words “Sing and Listen and Dance.” Based on this concept, Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, in collaboration with the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre and Toshima City, have arranged an extensive range of fresh content, including orchestra concerts and workshops, offering fun for all ages.

Event Information

Event Name:
Informally known as
SaLaD Music Festival
Music Festival Theme:
Sing and Listen and Dance!!
Main Program: Sat-Mon.14-16 September, 2019
Special Concerts: Thu.19 September, Sun.27 October, 2019
Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, Ikebukuro area, Hibiya Open-Air Concert Hall
* Free mini-concerts will be held in the Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, Ueno, and Tama areas from July.
released in succession from May 24, 2019 (Friday)
Ticket Outlets:
SaLaD Music Festival 2019 Ticket Sales Website, TMSO Guide, TMSO Website, Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Ticket Office, Ticket Pia, eplus, and Lawson Ticket
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, Toshima City

Music Festival Logo

A graphic in the shape a musical note, with green and red parts to represent salad and tomatoes.
The logo is instantly recognizable and stands out even from a distance. It symbolizes a music festival offering fun for all.

Features of the Festival Programs

A music festival delivered from Tokyo by the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra! With more days and more areas added to the lineup, this year will see the festival expanded into a full-scale affair.

Headed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, which was established to commemorate the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, SaLaD Music Festival began in 2018. The goal was to give more people the opportunity to enjoy music and set the mood for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.
This year will see the festival expanded into a full-scale affair, with outdoor concerts in Hibiya Open-Air Concert Hall, and Free Concerts from July onwards in areas such as Shinjuku, Ueno, and Tama, in addition to the main program taking place at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre in Ikebukuro.


Free Concerts