Michael Jackson Tribute Act from Japan Ready for a Thriller Night in London, 2 February 2013
When: Saturday 2 February 2013 from 7pm.
Where: Namco Fun Scape, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7PB.
Tickets: £6 – available from WeGotTickets and TheTicketSellers (Tickets cannot be purchased on the door).
Whether you’re a smooth criminal or a dirty Diana, you’re in for a thriller of a night this February. Japan Underground, one of the UK’s leading Japanese music promoters, is flying in five-piece Michael Jackson tribute act DISCYU all the way from Japan for a special one-off evening of entertainment that’s tipped to be dangerous, bad and off the wall.
So, if you wanna be startin’ somethin’, you better be heading down to London’s Namco Fun Scape on Saturday 2 February 2013 to shake your body. Japan Underground will be taking over the venue’s downstairs bar and arcade for a night dedicated to the King of Pop, Japanese style! On top of the dance performance from DISCYU, there will be DJ sets throughout the night, incorporating cover songs from Japanese artists and pop classics, plus you can beat it on an array of arcade machines, as well as karaoke and bowling being available – plus a fully licensed bar. Shamon!
DISCYU is the latest signing to Japan’s Legend of Rock, an agency specialising in tribute acts to the world’s best loved artists. Other groups under the collective include QUEER as QUEEN – a Queen tribute act that performed in London in 2012 – and Metallica tribute Hattallica, who sold out their first London show in 2011 and are regulars at Japan’s Summer Sonic Festival.