[sold out] 10/7 TOKYO / Scott Hall
Total info → Sweet Dreams press
10/9 TOKYO / KREI
– WIRED PRESENTS –
The Art of Listening LIVE! ＃3
Special Live & Talk SAM PREKOP
Total info → WIRED
10/11 SHIZUOKA / Asagiri Arena（MOONSHINE STAGE）
– “It’s a beautiful day” Camp in Asagiri Jam –
Total info → SMASH
10/12 KYOTO / METRO
Total info → METRO
10/13 TOKYO / LIQUIDROOM
–SoF’Boy PRESENTS Sing a Happy Song!–
SAM PREKOP & ARCHER PREWITT meets MASHIMARO
Total info → LIQUIDROOM
Special info in English for those of you from overseas living in Japan or those visiting Japan in early October for sightseeing or business!
This is Yasu from Presspop.
Perhaps it’s been about 16 or 17 years since I came to know Sam and Archer. Whether in USA or Japan, I’ve been lucky to see them once a year somewhere. They are not only great artist but such kind and sincere people, always listening patiently to my bad English to engage in conversation.
This October, they’ll be coming to Japan to play concerts and here’re some details!
Sam Prekop and Archer Prekop from The Sea and Cake will be in Tokyo and Kyoto this October, 2015 to play at two very special venues.
The first venue is “Scott Hall,” located in Waseda, a neighborhood close to Shinjuku. The hall was built in 1921 with bricks and wood, and it is a beautiful building, specified by Tokyo Prefecture as “historical architecture.” (In Japan, architecture from the 1920’s that remain are rare.) The sound effect here is amazing and just thinking about Sam and Archer playing here makes me feel very excited.
“Metro” in Kyoto is located close to the Imperial Palace, with easy access from the Marutamachi subway station along the Kamo River. They have a long history of 25 years. The Sea and Cake always plays here when coming to Kyoto and it is the no.1 venue there. October is the best season to visit Kyoto: one of the most beautiful historical cities to visit in Japan. Also, be sure to stop by at Trancepop Gallery located at Demachiyanagi station, just one stop away from Marutamachi.
This time the ticket prices for both gigs are set as low as possible to match what you would pay in their local town of Chicago (the cheap yen helps a lot, too), so it’s a chance for you to see them play at an affordable price!
For those of you in Tokyo, it’s your chance to enjoy a miraculous night of music with soothing cricket sounds in the background of “Scott Hall,” and for those of you in Kyoto, you can enjoy an autumn walk along the Kamo River together with some great music at “Metro.”
For those of you who do not speak/write Japanese and wish to purchase tickets, for “Scott Hall” you can e-mail directly to Norio (sweet dreams press) in English at: email@example.com , and for “Metro” you can write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org