Celebrate Pride Month with Art and Music at The Millennials Shibuya on Saturday, June 29

The Millennials Shibuya will host the “QUEER FESTIVAL” on Saturday, June 29, 2024, to deepen understanding of LGBTQ+ issues.

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Celebrate Pride Month with Art and Music

June marks Pride Month, a global celebration of LGBTQ+ rights and diversity. Situated in the vibrant Shibuya district, The Millennials Shibuya prides itself on welcoming a diverse array of guests and employing a multinational staff. Committed to embodying “diversity” and “freedom,” we are excited to announce the “QUEER FESTIVAL”—an event designed to deepen understanding and appreciation of LGBTQ+ culture.

The festival will showcase an array of queer artists and LGBTQ+ support groups, featuring DJ performances, art exhibitions, live shows, and inspiring guest speakers. We invite you to join us for an enriching experience that celebrates diversity through music and art.

Event Details:

  • Event Name: QUEER FESTIVAL
  • Date and Time: Saturday, June 29, 2024, 16:00-22:00
  • Location: The Millennials Shibuya, 3rd Floor
  • Participation Fee: Advance tickets with food and drink ¥2,000, same-day tickets ¥2,500, free for guests
  • Application: bit.ly link (Check Instagram for the timetable and latest information)

Event Content and Featured Artists

Drag Queen Performances:

Three drag queens will perform, showcasing their unique styles.

MIA Scandals (Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mia_scandals/)

Miss Leading (Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themariapapadopoulou/)

Kosmic Sans (Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kosmicsans/

DJ Music: Four DJs will energize the venue with various genres, including techno, house, R&B, hip-hop, and pop.

Nissy (Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/djnissy628/)

A genderless DJ known for playing primarily pop, house, K-pop, and J-pop. Active as a regular DJ at ARTY FARTY in Shinjuku Ni-chome. Renowned for a ‘fun-for-everyone’ selection of music that maximizes guests’ smiles.

Art Exhibitions and Sales: Artists will exhibit and sell a wide range of works, from illustrations to woodblock prints, and interact directly with attendees.

Breathing Tokyo (Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breathing.tokyo/)

Marina González, a designer and illustrator from Spain, is based in Tokyo. She draws inspiration from the vibrant art styles of 90s anime, webcore, and Japanese culture, incorporating a unique color palette, nostalgic elements, and glossy materials into her work. Additionally, she has a keen interest in photography, capturing the essence of daily life in Japan and enchanting pastel sunsets.

Kazutaka Nagashima (Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kazutaka_nagashima_/)

Kazutaka Nagashima aims to express social and personal aspects from a queer perspective through monochrome woodblock prints. He interprets his experiences and memories uniquely in his artwork.

Talk Sessions: Guest speakers will share their experiences and thoughts, allowing attendees to learn about LGBTQ+ in a casual setting.

Tiffany Rossdale (Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tiffanyrossdaleofficial/)

Tiffany is a certified life coach, mentor, public speaker, actress, DJ, and podcast host of “Breakfast With Tiffany Show.” An advocate for transgender rights and visibility, she leads the Tokyo Rainbow Toastmasters Club, fostering leadership and communication skills within the community. Her dedication to amplifying marginalized voices is also evident in her work as the producer and host of the groundbreaking documentary series “We Exist.”

Booth Exhibits: Four LGBTQ+ support groups based in Tokyo will have booths, offering insights into their activities.

Blossom (Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blossomtheproject/)

A bilingual social media resource providing information on mental health and social justice. Our goal is to create a platform for LGBTQ+ rights, BLM, women’s empowerment, and mental health awareness.

NAM NAM (Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/namnam_space/)

A queer and anti-capitalist community space located in Koenji, Tokyo. Our core themes are queer, art, and anarchism. In everything we do, we aim to question traditional power structures, promote social justice, and build community.


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