Ksubi has become renowned for their radical Big In Japan parties over the last two years and the brand is bringing it big time this year by opening up the event to the public.
Set to hit Sydneysiders on the 15th and 16th of November and Melbournites on the 18th and 19th of Novemeber, this contemporary arts and cultural event curated by Ksubi is not to be missed.
Audiences will be treated to a selection of artists from across Japan including Yuko Kaseki– a freelance danver and choreographer, indie girl band Kiiiii, and Onnacodomo– a visual unit who make fantastical live installations that create a make believe world out of ordinary commodities.
The unique ‘Big in Japan’ concept is kept alive throughout the year vai the blog here which provides insight into these incredible, talented artists who are selected each year.
Check out a sneak peek at some snaps of the performers themselves and stay tuned for more info on the event!