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Japanese Musician HITT to play at Japan Underground VS. NEO Magazine event

Date: 2012 May 20th Sunday [16:41] | Posted By: Eeeper

Piano rock musician HITT to play at the after party for Japan Underground VS. NEO Magazine After Party on Saturday 26th of May 2012 at Bloomsbury Lane in London.
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Neo Magazine and Japan Underground are teaming up to present Japanese rock piano musician HITT at Japan Underground VS. NEO Magazine. The event which will cost £5 per ticket and will be 18+ only. As such photographic ID will be required and tickets can only be purchased at the venue itself.


Press release as follows:

Japanese piano rocker HITT will be making a special appearance in the UK on Saturday 26 May. The musician, whose fashion sense leads many to classify him as visual kei, will be performing live at the Japan Underground vs NEO After Party, taking place from 8pm at Bloomsbury Lanes in London.

Tickets for the show are set at £5 and can only be purchased on the door of the event.

Japan Undergroundís founder Tom Smith comments, "Iím ecstatic to have HITT perform live! He played Japan Undergroundís very first show and people have been asking for his return ever since. I think his fun music and cocky stage presence will really set 26 May as a night to remember.

"Couple that with fantastic Japanese pop, rock and Korean songs played between ourselves [Japan Underground] and NEO Magazine, amongst a whole host of other activities and youíll be hard pushed to find a bigger celebration of Japanese and Korean music in the UK, especially at such an unbelievable price."

The venue is strictly 18+ only Ė valid photographic ID will be required. The venue contains a fully licensed bar and boasts bowling lanes, karaoke rooms, arcade machines, pool tables, food (including the biggest pizzas in London) as well as table top football.

Japan Underground and NEO Magazine will also be exhibiting at the MCM Expo London Comic Con during the day.

Join the Facebook event page for further updates: "https://www.facebook.com/events/359608197405821/

Further information:
HITTís homepage: http://www.megahitt.com/
NEO Magazineís homepage: http://www.neomag.co.uk/
Japan Undergroundís homepage: http://japanunderground.wordpress.com/
Bloomsbury Lane's homepage: http://bloomsburylive.com/

Source: Japan Underground VS. NEO Magazine Facebook Page

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