Ice the Lounge Welcomes Japanese Acts; ICE the Federal Agency Doesn’t
Published: October 9, 2013
Yen has since moved to Alabama, but remains “passively involved” in the Japan shows, said Brown, who never ceases to be impressed with the quality of the acts that have come here.
“Musically and theatrically, they are some of the best shows I’ve ever seen,” Brown said. “There is something to be said about the Japanese devotion to perfection.”
In the middle of all this mayhem, DJ SiSeN and GPK had time to send San Antonio tokens of Japanese love.
“Hello! I am SiSeN! Please come to see us in San Antonio! It will be a very fun time. I missed all of you! See you soon!” wrote DJ SiSeN on his Facebook page. His tourmate followed suit: “Hello everyone, this is GPK. It has been four years since our last time in San Antonio, and we cannot wait to come back! I will be debuting my solo project, and SiSeN will be DJing for you guys at our Halloween dance club event. Please remember to wear your best because there will be a costume contest with cash prizes! See you in a few days!”
So there you have it: two are in for sure. Dress accordingly. For the third one, keep your fingers crossed.
Pandemonium Tour Vol. 1 feat. DJ SiSeN, Gothique Prince Ken (GPK), (possibly) The Candy Spooky Theater
6:30pm Sun, Oct 13
5545 NW Loop 410, Ste 410
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