Brazilian music legend Sergio Mendes is coming to Japan for the first time in 50 years. He is most famous for his 1966 hit Mas Que Nada, and this year marks its 50th birthday. The song is recognizable by its melody and samba style that can persuade even the most stubborn hips to start moving. Sergio Mendes re-recorded Mas Que Nada in 2006 together with American group The Black Eyed Peas. He is playing only two nights in Tokyo: on Tuesday the 6th and Wednesday the 7th of September. He will play twice on each evening, with doors opening at 17:50 or 20:15. Tickets can be purchased online from ¥12,000.