Featuring the return of JAM PROJECT!
As announced at the closing ceremonies at Otakon 2012, we're teaming with Japanese music label LANTIS to kick off our 20th year with our first stand-alone music festival. And we're bringing back one of our more popular guests (and a few of their friends) to make sure we start off strong.
Anime song supergroup JAM PROJECT consists of Hironobu Kageyama, Masaki Endoh, Hiroshi Kitadani, and Masami Okui. JAM PROJECT is probably best known for performing the themes to the Super Robot Wars games, as well as many other theme songs including Sgt Frog, MazinKaiser, and Transformers: Animated. Each individual member has a thriving solo career as well. The group is currently on a tour of South America, and sent a video message to Otakon expressing their joy at returning to see their fans in the U.S.
Joining them will be singer Faylan, who is best known for themes to Mobile Suit Gundam AGE and CANAAN, and singer Natsuko Aso, whose credits include themes for Baka and Test - Summon the Beasts (1 & 2) and the live-action drama Negima! Magister Negi Magi.
Announcing the VIP Party Pass!
Want to make your Otakon Music Fest experience just a bit more awesome?
How about access to a special VIP PARTY right after the show?
For an additional $60 -- and a bit of luck -- you can get the following:
- A special laminated VIP badge.
- One item of your choice autographed by the guests.
- A special limited-edition souvenir that you can't get any other way.
- Entry to the VIP Party, for a meet-and-greet with the guests.
Sounds awesome, right? Great deal for $60 -- but how about we give half of that to charity?
But that's not all -- if you're an Otakon member, bring your badge and your ID, and you can be part of an exclusive group photo op with the guests!
There's a catch -- you can't get in without your concert pass. Make sure you've got yours before you sign up for the VIP party!
And one more thing: these are LIMITED. Get 'em while they're hot!
More information on the artists can be found on their official sites:
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