東京芸術祭 2017

Pre-Event

Bridge Program

Today's "Tokyo Festival 2017 pre event" will be expected to rain, so we are planning to change the contents of the program slightly. The distribution of original bag and the event of "Tokyo Festival 2017 Original Photo Frame" will be held from around 14 o'clock ahead of schedule.

▶http://tokyo-festival.jp/news/1094/

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The park becomes a theater! With performances by Switch Research Institute and faifai

 

Curtains open on Friday, September 22, 2017 for “Tokyo Festival 2017,” which will be held until Monday, December 4. Ahead of the opening, a pre-event will be held on Saturday, September 16 from 4 p.m. at Minami Ikebukuro Park. With people from all over the world gathering in Tokyo for and ahead of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the “Tokyo Festival” started in 2016 as an art festival aiming to let people fully enjoy the charm of Tokyo. It will roll out this year as well as a performing arts festival in Toshima City’s Ikebukuro area.

 

Tokyo Festival 2017 Pre-Event Overview 

Time & Date: September 16 (Sat) 16:00~21:00

※ To be held rain or shine , cancelled in the event of severe weather

   In the event of severe weather, it will be held on the 17th (Sun) 

Place: Minami Ikebukuro Park (Ikebukuro 2-21-1, Toshima-ku, Tokyo-to

6 min. walk from JR Ikebukuro Station East Exit)

 

Event Contents (Scheduled): 

Park performances open to general participants

  ● “Tokyo Festival Switch” by Switch Research Institute (short, 30 second audience participation style plays that begin with the flip of a switch)

  ● “Title Undecided” by faifai 

  ● Talk series

 

Distribution of original goods you can only get here

  ● Tokyo Festival 2017 Original Photo Frame (A photo frame will appear in the park! Take a picture and post it to social media to get original goods!) 

  ● Distribution of Tokyo Festival goods, etc.

Information

  • Venue
    Minami Ikebukuro Park
  • Type
    Kids Youth, Theater, Participatory, Outdoor, Free

Ticket

  • Free, Reservation not required

Major artists

  • Switch Research Institute, FAIFAI