This week Nagoya Buzz is fortunate to have Tom Fallon and Mike Bagley from Ghost of Matsubara. They offer up two excellent live performances (A first for our podcast!) The first song “Shelter” is well known by fans of this awesome local Nagoya band. Later they play “Mountain Size”. You can get a chance to hear these songs and more when Ghost oof Matsubara hits the stage this Sunday October 16th at Tsurumai Park for Rocktoberfest.
Come To Japan Pleeeeaseeee!
This week’s topic is the ingenious proposal being put forth for Japan to PAY people to visit. Details of the plan, which has no-doubt been clogging your facebook feed, is actually still being debated so you may have to wait until April to find out who if anybody will be eligible for a free trip to visit you. Read about it HERE
Daniel Ostrander of the Obvious Circus comes up with a range of party options for your weekend.
The Osukannon Street Performers Festival goes all weekend. Most of the activity is near the temple and there will be activity through the arcade and more. More info HERE
James Blake Plays Club Quatro
¥5,500 Starts at 19:00
Good Weather at Club JBs in Sakae is a base heavy event. All Hip Hop and Heavy Base music. Local DJ Duo OverGuard will be playing in addition to live Hip Hop artists from around Japan
The Nagoya Matsuri takes place between Yaba-cho and Nagoya Station. Continues through Sunday. More details HERE
The Plastic Factory 7th Anniversary
Come celebrate seven years of fun at one of Nagoya’s most eclectic venues. Stats at 21:00 and goes late
¥2,000 / 3 drinks
More info HERE
Club Mago Smash Party
Monthly Progressive House Party featuring DJ Ogawa.
Rocktoberfest at Tsurumai Park.
Free live music in the park! Starts at 12:30 and goes till dark.
More info HERE