19:00 ー till late
KYOTOPHONIE + KYOTOGRAPHIE Closing Night!
- ¥4,000 （KYOTOPHONIE Passport Ticket／KYOTOGRAPHIE Passport Ticket holders discount）
- ¥4,500 （Early bird ticket）
- ¥5,000（On the door）
Same-day ticket sales undecided
*In the unlikely event that it goes on sale, we will inform you on Instagram and Twitter of KYOTOPHONIE / KYOTOGRAPHIE.
Celebrating the closing of the 1st KYOTOPHONIE (International Music Festival) and the 11th KYOTOGRAPHIE (International Photography Festival), BORDER-LESS artists gather at the oldest club in Japan!
Peter Barakan, who introduces world music to Japan; FPM, a world-class DJ born in Kyoto; Kobeta Piano, Kyoto's hottest new unit; and otomo yoshihide + Keigo Oyamada, who continue to inspire the Japanese music scene, both overground and underground.
A night of frenzy with edgy artists worthy of closing both festivals this year!
His album Muchumu -Dream in Dream- will be released on 28 June 2023.
In addition to his own activities, he is also involved in a wide range of other activities, including collaborations, remixes, installations and productions with numerous artists in Japan and abroad.
TOMOYUKI TANAKA (FPM)
Peter Barakan (broadcaster)
He has written several books including a beginner’s guide to soul music, a book explaining some of the subtleties of rock lyrics for Japanese readers, a guide to English pronunciation for Japanese readers, and a memoir of his forty-plus years working in radio.
He is also the curator of Live Magic, a small-scale urban music festival, and Peter Barakan’s Music Film Festival.
DJ ◯ maru
Shinpei Noda (PARAISO record)
CLUB METRO is Japan’s oldest and most innovative club. It has been in operation since 1990 and is well known as both a Nightclub and concert hall. METRO has long been at the forefront of the Kansai culture and arts scene. Its reputation has spread outside of Japan; artists on the global leading-edge are regularly invited to perform.
B1F, 82 Shimotsutsumi-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 606-8396
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- Near exit 2 at Jingu-marutamachi Station on the Keihan line.