Aichi Vision is a great music and arts festival which is held in Tsurumai Park each year just at the end of summer. Tsurumai Park is probably best known at the moment as a scared place for pokemon and hundreds of zombie-like people can be still seen wandering around at 2am looking for pokemon. I believe that it has something to do with the shape of the central fountain as seen from above, but others more familiar with the world of pokemon may correct me at their leisure. I downloaded the app and caught a pokemon before deleting it (the app, not the captured pokemon). Then in Dublin, a friend persuaded me to re-download it and catch a Dublin pokemon. I can confirm that Dublin pokemon were equally uninteresting to me as Nagoya pokemon. I may be missing a vital poke-gene.
Anyway, enough about pokemon (both for this post and for the world!). More to the point is that our favourite rock and roll band, Coindrop62, will be playing at Aichi Vision this Sunday (September 18, 2016 in case you happen to be reading this in the year 2025 and are planning to see us at Tsurumai). Coindrop62 is the fantastic group of musicians who are playing the music in the upcoming musical, Jukebox Paradise.
Aichi Vision is a great chance to see them and to listen to the sound of old time rock and roll.
Aichi Vision will run from about 12:30pm until late at night when the pokemon hunters may descend and force us from the park. Coindrop62 will be playing at Tsurumai Fusen Memorial Stage from 4pm on Sunday, September 18, 2016. Hope to see you there. Please contact me if you want to get the earlybird discount off the ticket price!
If you can’t make this great music and arts festival, Coindrop 62 will also be playing at Shooters in Fushimi from 8pm. Or come to both and make a great day even better–without a pokemon in sight!