Thu, May
31

Hope & Love Concert- Africa Festival

11:00am – 9:00pm
¥2,000 – ¥4,000

The 2018 Hope & Love Concert and Bazaar is a chance to experience a range of cultures, through products and performances. Stalls from Botswana, Congo, Gabon, Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria, Japan and South Korea will be participating in the Bazaar, which runs from 11am – 8pm, followed by the concert, which starts at 7pm and continues until 9pm. Proceeds will support musical education for children in Nepal and specialized school projects in Haiti. Prices range from 2000 to 4000 yen, depending on whether you choose B, A or S seats.

Those who buy concert tickets stand a chance to win some cool prizes donated by companies participating in the Bazaar. A raffle will be held during the concert.

 

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