Polymanga has been the biggest event on pop culture, video games, and manga in Switzerland for 14 years! (42,300 visitors in 2017.) Every year during Easter, the whole Polymanga family meets up again to enjoy two-hundred-thousand square feet of facilities providing the best of pop entertainment. For this year 2019, more than 50 guests are planned, concerts, screenings, youtubers, webseries, more than a dozen video games tournaments, a publisher showroom, 4 cosplay parades, karaoke, and lots of other things, not to mention a large shopping gallery.
As part of Polymanga 2019, The Joubert Singers, with which I have been a tenor since 2017, will perform anime and American television music themes: that means singing in exotic languages like Japanese and Swahili! Check out the tour packages on Polymanga’s websites.
Super excited to be playing at the legendary Stephen Talkhouse, host to so many great acts, and especially thrilled to be sharing the stage with such great talent! Josh LeClerc, Klyph Black, and Anthony Genovesi. Mark your calendars for May 31st this summer, and join us for an hour of originals.
We honestly hope that friends and followers can make this show to support the band on this date. It's our debut at the Talkhouse and we really look forward to a great start. Hope to see you there. Bring your friends, and have a good time! We'll be making a video too.
Polymanga is a yearly Swiss convention about Japanese culture, mangas, anime, and video games. Polymanga 2018 offers four days of non-stop entertainment with lots of guests, live concerts, shows, projections, tournaments and shopping. Japan has never been so close!
As part of it, The Joubert Singers, with which I have been a tenor since 2017, will perform anime and American television music themes: that means singing in exotic languages like Japanese and Swahili! Check out the tour packages on Polymanga’s websites.
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