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BUDX Tokyo Essential Info

All of the information you need to attend the BUDX Tokyo event

  • In association with BUDX
  • 10 July 2019
BUDX Tokyo Essential Info

BUDX Tokyo is a three day immersive event of music, art, dance, live interviews, interactive workshops and more.

Who can attend?
BUDX is for everyone who is interested in how music and culture converge, and of course loves to party. If you are interested in gaining industry insight or getting up close and personal to your favorite artists, BUDX Tokyo is for you.

Key themes to be addressed at the summit:

Tokyo has a fascinating cultural history. Now, a generation of artists and cultural thought leaders are blending fashion, art, music and more to create unique communities and explore new ways of thinking. Here we explore and celebrate some of the most exciting individuals and movements by showcasing valuable insight from artists and industry experts.

Trends come and go, but there are always those who break the mold to become trendsetters, seizing the moment as leaders and innovators. Here we’ll explore what is currently trending in the world of Japanese music and culture – and how these trailblazers are shaping the future.

Japan’s musical history is rich with inspiring artists and tech experts who pioneered new sounds, rhythms and perspectives – and had a global impact that still resonates today. Here we dive deep into their vital stories, from the struggles to the triumphs and everything in between.

How much does it cost to attend?
The daytime summit and nighttime shows are free to attend but you must RSVP.

How can I RSVP?
You can RSVP easily here to reserve your spot for events. RSVP does not guarantee entry, so arrive early to avoid disappointment. If you are press and would like apply for a press pass contact budx@mixmag.net

When/Where is the event?

The event takes place between August 29 - 31 at Cross Dock Harumi
Address: 4 Chome-7-4 Harumi, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0053, Japan

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