This paper reports successful measurement of even-related potential (ERP) using candle-like dry microneedle electrodes, which can acquire high-quality electroencephalogram (EEG) from hairy parts without any pretreatment. In our previous work, we successfully measured spontaneous EEG activity and its application to assess the stress state of the subjects. ERPs originate from electrophysiological response to stimulus and are one of the most important indices to capture the cognitive and sensory activities. In this work, using the candle-like dry microelectrodes, we demonstrate successful measurement of ERPs elicited by oddball tasks. Two oddball tasks using pure tone stimuli and speech stimuli were assigned to the subjects, where EEG was acquired from the parietal region (Cz in international 10-20 system). Note that no pretreatment, such as removal of hairs and abrasion of the scalp, was applied. As a result, P300 and mismatch negativity (MMN) were successfully measured in the both oddball tasks from the averaged EEG after the stimuli. Based on these results and given the attractive natures of the candle-like dry microneedle electrodes; they do not need any skin treatment and conductive gels and they can measure EEG from the hairy parts, the developed electrodes will accelerate cognitive neuroscience research using ERPs.