Sat, Apr
11

Electric Universe & Dance ON The Planet: Laser Harp Concert

Cancelled
11:00pm – 6:00am
¥2,500 – ¥4,500

For the first time ever in Japan, German psy trance legend “Electric Universe” is set to unveil a new project—the Laser Harp Concert!
 
Over three years in the making, endless tweaking and innovation has been poured into the concept, now finally blooming in the form of a 2020 world tour. The first destination for this momentous sonic journey is none other than Japan’s premier club… ageHa!
 
Joining the lineup for some solid local support will be long-revered global trance star, Tsuyoshi Suzuki! You can also expect a broad musical selection covering all genre bases from techno to house, EDM, and more on the sub-floors. It’s a dance music wonderland!

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