Japan Night LONDON - Tickets

Japan Night LONDON - Tickets
Fri, 10/07/15, 18:00 Indigo at The O2
The O2, Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX LONDON

Move with the Music of Japan bring some of Japan's biggest stars to the IndigO2 in 2015.

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Japan Night - Move With The Music Of Japan announces its first London shows taking place on July 10th & 11th bringing the best talent from Japan to the Indigo at The O2.

The two fabulous shows coincide with Hyper Japan, which will be taking place on the same dates in The 02.

Japan Night was initially held in 2014 as the last music event at Kokuritsu Kyogijo (National Olympic Stadium in Tokyo), welcoming leading Japanese artists including L'Arc-en-Ciel with the theme “Move with the music of Japan”.

The new show will bring us both fresh and established talent with a strong line-up that will culminate in a performance from the fantastic Vamps truly not a performance to miss.

“We are proud to be chosen as the promoter of the 1st Japan Night in London and we will make sure that this will be a memorable concert for all Japanese music fans in London!” said Rob Hallett, CEO of Robomagic.

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