JAM Project Live At Anime 2018

JAM Project

JAM project was created in 2000 with the desire to create the best theme songs for Japanese animation and so they did. Hironobu Kageyama, Masaaki Endoh, Hiroshi Kitadani, Masami Okui and Yoshiki Fukuyama are vocal artists already well known in the industry before they combined their powers. Aside from the many anime, live-action and video game theme songs that this group has performed together, each member is famous for his or her own solo performances of Japanese theme songs.

About JAM Project

One Punch Man, Super Robot Wars, Cyborg 009, Garo, Space Battleship Yamato, Cardfight Vanguard, Mazinkaiser, Gravion, Ragnarok Online, éX Driver, Soultaker, Yu-Gi-Oh, … the list of JAM Project titles goes on and on. With more than 100 songs released, this is a band every Anime fan has heard! Now you can see them as well at the 20th edition of AnimeCon.

JAM Project was launched in the year 2000 by a group of extremely experienced singers from the anime song industry. The artists sang theme songs for Dragon Ball Z, Saint Seiya, Cowboy Bebop, Street Fighter II, GaoGaiGar, One Piece, Revolutionary Girl Utena, Cardfight! Vanguard, GaiGauGar, DiGi Charat, He is my Master, Slayers. Tales of Eternia, Macross 7, Kamen no Maid Guy, Overman King Gainer, ....

The members gathered together because they shared the desire to create the appropriate theme songs for Japanese animation. Their intention is to make the anime song culture shine. This purpose built JAM Project's unique position, while the “power” of their voices distinguishes them from other singers. Each member is involved in the entire song creation process.

In order to make stronger connections between the animation and the theme songs, they start by meeting with animation producers and directors and go on to directing the creative process. They are performers and producers at the same time. All members also have very active solo work to stimulate each other. With each member possessing different characteristics to gather as one, JAM Project is able to create one-of-a-kind theme song. They have released more than 100 songs to date. All of the songs are powerful and spiritual, and can be seen as “Real Theme Songs”.

In 2008 they started their first world tour: "No Border" and performed in 10 cities in 8 countries. The stops include Taiwan, Brazil, The United States, Korea, China (Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong), Mexico, France and Spain. After the tour, they gained attentions worldwide. They then attended numerous anime conventions held in countries such as Singapore, Thailand, San Marino and Germany. They also performed at Expo 2010 Shanghai China and Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea representing Japanese culture through presenting anisong.

In year 2012, they held a South America tour and brought their exclusive band members for all 4 stops. The tour was a success: they presented their authentic anime song concerts overseas. Since 2009 Project has in Japan alone filled the Budokan, Osaka-Jo Hall, Yokohama Arena, 2 days in Budokan and countless venues in the country during tours. JAM Project is supported by fans of all ages and genders. JAM Project is now on national tour for TOKYO DIVE Japan Tour, and they are planning an asian tour from May Anisong will cross many borders, including countries and music genres. AnimeCon will be their first concert in the Netherlands.

Just like the anime heroes, their voice performances are always aiming for their “dreams”.


An extra JAM Project Ticket is required for entrance



King Willem Alexander Theater


Saturday 20:30 - 22:00

Signing sessions

You can meet and have them sign some cool photo's and CD's on Friday in the signing area and on Saturday next to the theater after the concert has ended.


Not required.


The usual rules apply.

Locations & Times

King Willem Alexander Foyer 1st Floor / Cosplay photography area: Friday 18:00 - 18:50

King Willem Alexander Theater: Saturday 22:30 - 23:30

Ticketbooth Open

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J-POP in cooperation with:
  • Aniway
  • Archonia
  • Bit Agency
  • CrunchyRoll
  • Game Mania
  • Warner Brothers Games
  • Hercules
  • Mindscape
  • Nationaal Videogame Museum
  • Republic of Gamers
  • Samsung
  • Ziva Events
  • AFK e-Sports
  • GameRoomS
  • Cosplay Clues
Design & development by Bit Agency