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Crunchyroll has announced that they will be bringing an experience that anime fans won’t want to miss to Porter Robinson’s annual music festival Second Sky!
Featuring artists from Tokyo’s iconic Akihabara anime night club, MOGRA, Crunchyroll’s Anime Shelter experience will add fan-favorite DJs to Second Sky’s amazing lineup!
The lineup of anime DJ’s that Crunchyroll is bringing to the event:
- D-YAMA opened MOGRA in 2009. Since then he has brought MOGRA’s anime club scene to an international audience through tours in the United States and Germany as well as on Twitch.
- Taku Inoue is a pop/dance music producer who served as a member of BANDAI NAMCO’s sound staff for nearly a decade. He has contributed to THE IDOLM@STER and TEKKEN series and is a resident DJ at MOGRA.
- DJ WILDPARTY is a Japanese DJ and resident DJ at MOGRA who has partnered with various vocaloid talent and his tracks have been featured in THE IDOLM@STER MILLION LIVE!
Porter Robinson’s Second Sky Festival is a music festival held at the Oakland Arena Grounds in Oakland, CA. Set to take place during Halloween weekend, the festival is presented by Goldenvoice and will feature a brand new set of artists personally curated by Porter Robinson.
Crunchyroll’s Anime Shelter space will also include photo opportunities, interactive activities, and a Crunchyroll-branded bar with anime-themed drinks. They will also be supporting Second Sky’s onsite Cosplay Cup, providing prizes to the top three winners in the special competition.
An exciting chance to hear some amazing music, The Second Sky will take place Saturday, October 29, at Oakland Arena Grounds in Oakland, California. You can purchase tickets at secondskyfest.com.
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