Sat, Jun
01

The Do-Over Tokyo 2019

12:00pm – 9:00pm
Free

The Do-Over is a free all-day outdoor DJ dance party, sponsored by adidas, with a simple concept: good tunes, cold drinks, fun times and mystery DJs.

The line-up is never announced in advance, so you’ll just have to go and be pleasantly surprised. In the past, The Do-Over audiences has seen the likes of A-Trak, Quest Love, Jazzy Jeff, Just Blaze, J Rock and plenty others. The Do-Over has always taken place on a Sunday, but switches to Saturday this year.

Entrance to the event is free, you simply need to RSVP beforehand with your name and email address. Go here to do so.

*Note that you can’t bring your own food or drink, but both will be on offer at the event, including The Do-Over’s special sangria. (And yes they do a thorough bag check before you go in, so leave your own supply at home.)

Photos from past Do-Over events:

the do-over tokyo
 | Photo by 4563_pic used under CC
the do-over tokyo
 | Photo by 4563_pic used under CC

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