Tokyo-based Artist Management and Touring Agency Books 100th Tour

Inter Idoru Artist Management is excited to announce that they have booked their 100th tour! This boutique artist management agency, specializing in artist development and management for independent and small-label artists, has been working tirelessly to help musicians achieve their dreams of artist growth as well as performing and touring overseas. The agency owner, Apryl Peredo, originally from Memphis, Tennessee, has been living in Tokyo for the past 12 years.

Inter Idoru Artist Management has been working with local bands in Japan, helping them develop release plans, identify performance goals, and guide social media promotions, as well as tour overseas since its inception in 2012. In 2017, the agency expanded its focus to include booking showcase tours for overseas bands interested in performing in Japan. Several rock bands from Malaysia, Thailand, and Hong Kong have done shows in these foundation tours. Despite the pandemic’s halting tours, the agency has continued work to keep their artists’ dreams alive, with livestream opportunities, video compilation concerts, booking locally, and helping them reach new audiences.

The 100th tour booked by Inter Idoru Artist Management is that of an Australian indie rock band called “Late November.” This is a significant milestone for the agency, which has built a solid network of over 60 music venues that they regularly book at, plus many more in the metro areas. Through this network, the agency has been able to support not only domestic Japanese bands but bands not based in Japan in their goals of exporting their music, experiencing other music markets and scenes, and advising them should they wish to release their music in the Asian region.

“I am thrilled to have booked our 100th tour,” said Apryl Peredo, the owner of Inter Idoru Artist Management. “It’s a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team, as well as the talented artists we work with. We’re proud to be able to help musicians achieve their dreams of touring overseas and reaching new audiences. We are also passionate about creating supportive communities for the artists by creating opportunities for artist collaborations and networking. I’m also delighted that this can show what independent or small label bands can do to create a “music city,” that isn’t limited to major artists or large arena performances.”

With the high interest now, Inter Idoru Artist Management is looking forward to booking even more tours in the coming seasons. The agency remains committed to its mission of supporting independent and small-label artists in their journey towards success. Inter Idoru Artist Management believes that music is a universal language that can bring people together from all over the world, and they are proud to be a part of that.

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