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Neon Pop

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by Denise H-C (subscribe)
Freelance writer with a BA double majoring in Literature and Australian History who loves finding random places of social or historical treasure whilst travelling around visiting festivals, markets and quaint cafes with my husband and baby
Event:
Let your inner self go wild with DJ's, anime and cosplay


On Saturday 28 February 2015 come on down to South Bank Parklands for a Neon Pop extravaganza.

Part of the BrisAsia Festival, the event runs from 4pm through to 9pm and is free.



It's all about pop culture. Bring out your inner anime while you enjoy the music and fun. The event promotes itself as a chance for cosplay fans to dress up and join anime fans for some fantastic neon pop. You'll dance the night away under the stars to local and Asian DJ's and VJ's.



Party through the evening to the sounds of Tigermoth, Tokyo Girls, DJ Lame and DJ Green Nose. The Tokyo Girls will be doing stilt walking performances, alongside other street performances such as Balloon Monster and Balloon Installation from Twisted Designs.



The event is held in the Cultural Forecourt of South Bank Parklands and was a really popular evening last year with a fantastic turnout of the fun, wacky and fantastic. Bring your anime and cosplay to life, or just enjoy the sights as other people parade then wonderful costumes.

Check out the Neon Pop Facebook page for updates.



Neon Pop is on from 4pm through to 9pm on Saturday 28 February 2015 at South Bank Parklands. See Translink for timetables on how to get there. All photos courtesy of the Neon Pop Facebook page.
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Why? Find your inner pop culture
When: 4pm to 9pm on 28 February 2015
Where: Southbank Parklands
Cost: Free entry
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