[the end] The eleventh Koto band FESTIVAL

Good band which is inase with the best!

Koto band FESTIVAL is festival by contest format led by user of music studio of Koto City Culture Center.
15 sets that attained a full victory from qualifier society gather and aim at the grand prix.
Please enjoy staging and technique putting professionals to shame in venue.

The eleventh Koto band FESTIVAL

Appearance

ABB/ ika center/inoko and nonkun /Camino Blanco/THE father ☆Soul /The S-Unlimited/Diamond Lily/ tenshi band/doriimubooto /BATTLe MACHINE/ mamitakamada /Million/YUYAKE COMPANY from B/Jodel- wish /LIPSTICK (the order of the kana syllabary)

Guest performance

Fourskitz (the tenth Grand Prix receiving a prize)

Host

Solder encounters (free-lance announcer)
Willow bower left dragon (comic story teller)

Guest judge

Crystal King monsieur kichi﨑

Judge

Takeshi Sato (Koto amateur band activity promotion committee)
HARRY (drum percussion player)
Osamu Funae (Sam's representative)
YAMAHA music communications production director
Customer of visit
Period February 11, 2018 (Sunday/Holiday)
Holding time The 14:00 start (the 13:30 opening)
Holding place Koto City Culture Center hall (4-11-3, Touyo, Koutou-ku)
Access Tokyo Metro Tozai Line "Toyocho Station" Exit 1 5-minute walk
Prices 500 yen younger than meeting 800 yen/primary schoolchild of general 1,000 yen/tiara friend 
※No age limit (3 years or older ticket required)
※All seat freedom
Application method ①Telephone reservation ➡☎03-3644-8111 (Koto City Culture Center)
②Window reservation
③Internet reservation ➡https://www.kcf.or.jp/ticket_goannai.html
※Sign-in is necessary separately.
④Portable site reservation ➡https://www.kcf.or.jp/keitai ※Sign-in is necessary separately.
※When it is not sold out, we sell today's ticket in venue.
※Making a reservation in telephone, the Internet, portable site until the day before performance.
Reference Koto City Culture Center
Telephone: 03-3644-8111
URL concerned https://www.kcf.or.jp/koto/ (page of Koto City Culture Center in Koto City culture community foundation website)
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