Thu, Nov
29

Hope Rocks 2018

7:00pm – 11:00pm
¥1,000 (advance sales)¥1,500 (on the door)

Over 30 years ago artists in London and Philadelphia performed at Live Aid to help North Africa, which was overwhelmed by famine, disease and droughts. Fast forward 30 years where the inspiration has culminated to bring artists in Tokyo to support sustainable development globally. This spectacular event will help the neglected poor in Cambodia, Ethiopia and the Philippines become self-reliant. Thanks to Hobgoblin Tokyo for hosting the event for the fourth year running. 100% of the proceeds will help HOPE in our mission of helping the neglected poor become self-reliant. To sign up for early-bird tickets put your name here.

2018 Line Up:

7:00 ~ 7:40 : DJ Miho

8:00 ~ 8:40 : Moonshots

9:00 ~ 9:40 : Hippopotamus Riders

10:00 ~ 10:40 : Doggy T and the LD’s

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