Best known for her Billboard #13 hit ‘Gold’, Kiiara is a singer/sognwriter from Illinois who takes inspiration from Eminem, Rihanna and Linkin Park. In 2017 she appeared on ‘Heavy’, a Linkin Park track, and has also appeared on tracks produced by Steve Aoki, Cheat Codes, David Guetta and Nicky Romero. She has recently released the first track called ‘Open My Mouth’ from her soon-to-be-released debut album.
Her Tokyo show will start at 7pm but doors open at 6pm. We suggest you arrive on time as shows in Japan start comparably early and don’t always have support acts, so turning up fashionably late might mean you miss the show! Note that there’s a mandatory drink purchase upon entry, which will require cash. The VIP tickets (which included a meet and greet with Kiiara) have already sold out, so be fast with the regular tickets as they’re likely to go too!
The year is 2020, a new decade turns. Come enjoy a collection of Japan-inspired artworks by California-born, Tokyo-based illustrator, Erica Ward, at the the closing reception for the exhibition at the Hive Jinnan. Live music by Soto Gai and drinks […]
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A simple concept that’s spread across the world, Pecha Kucha is a night for the inquisitive and the creative. Taking to the stage to introduce their speciality subject, presenters have 20 seconds to discuss each of their 20 slides. From […]
Berlin parties in Tokyo have been going for 7 years now! For the anniversary on February 20, there will be two live performers (including a Nirvana cover band on Kurt Cobain’s birthday), some fun DJs playing the good stuff (like […]
Perfect Liars Club is the smash hit US comedy story interrogation show taking Tokyo by storm. Four people tell a story, and three are completely true, but one person is telling you a lie! Listen, laugh, interrogate, vote. Can you […]
Four Tokyo-based artist will be showing their greatest works of lowbrow and pop-surrealism art in order to create an environment of unity, thought-provoking creativity and mind-altering visual euphoria. This may be considered dangerous, but what is art if it doesn’t […]