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Jplex Vol.01 @ Republic Polytechnic, Singapore

Written by: guuzen on 20 February 2011 at 12:00 pm 4 Comments

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For all you local anime lovers, you may be interested in an event called Jplex happening at Republic Polytechnic in Singapore.

The event is organized by the people behind Anime Festival Asia and is taking place from 4 – 6 March. The “Super Anisong Live” and anime movie screenings are the main features, and there will also be merchandises being sold. Maybe treat it as a mini AFA? Below are some info about the concerts.

FLOW (Music Concert + Meet and Greet)
Time: 5th March @ 20:00 | 6th March @ 1900
Price: $98 (SGD)

angela (Music Concert + Meet and Greet)
Time: 5th March @ 14:00
Price: $98 (SGD)

angela is coming back! It has only been 3 months since AFA and angela is flying back to Singapore for another live performance. I am not a fan of FLOW, but I’m sure some people are :). There is no bundle package so far, so you’re gonna have to cough up SGD$196 if you want to go for both concerts. Tickets will be available on 21 February.

For the anime movie screenings, those 3 movies are not exactly something that I look forward to although there will probably be a lot of people watching the Naruto Shippuuden movie. Unlike AFA, you have to purchase the movie tickets if you want to watch them. Tickets will be available on 28 February.

I may be going for the event to get my hands on some merchandise and hopefully take some pictures of cosplayers hanging around. This may be a good excuse for a Zotaku outing :).

Source(s): Official Website

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  • Andrew said:

    You going for the concert?


    guuzen Reply:

    I haven’t decided yet. I’m asking around my friends to see who wants to go for it. If none of them reply then I’m just gonna go down and look around on my own :).


    zenical Reply:

    I think he’s thinking whether I am going… LOL


  • Donyea said:

    I really don’t like Flow that much either. I do like the music they did for Code Geass though.


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