‘Save The Beach, Save The Ocean’ , a beach theme art & music festival! GREENROOM FESTIVAL!

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  Overview  

 

GREENROOM FESTIVAL is an art and music festival based on the theme of beach and surf-culture. With the concept, ‘Save The Beach, Save The Ocean’, the event encourage us to save our precious beach for the next generation. Here, all artists, regardless of their nationality, music genre, gather together at one stage to deliver a fantastic performance.

 

 

 

 

 

   Event Schedule   

 

2 days in the middle of May

Date: May 21 (Sat) and 22 (Sun), 2016

 

 

 

 

   How to Purchase the Ticket   

 

The ticket can be bought from the Official Homepage.

http://greenroom.jp/english/

 

Advance tickets are sold from April to May (and from February to March)

For the further details regarding the schedules, please refer to the Official Homepage.

 

 

Ticket fee

1 Day Ticket JPY 9,800 (about USD $95)

2 Days Pass JPY 17,000 (about USD $160)

 

2 Days Ticket is expected is to sell out fast, so we recommend you to buy the tickets as soon as possible.

 

 

If you have any questions or ticket purchasing information inquiry,

please contact Nozomi Co. Ltd.

 

 

 

 

 

   Access   

 

横浜赤レンガ倉庫

 

 

Venue: Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse

Closest Station: Minatomirai Line Bashamichi Station (walk 6 minutes to the venue)

JR Yokohama Municipal Subway Sakuragichou Station (walk 15 minutes to the venue)

 

Map: http://greenroom.jp/english/

 

From Tokyo Station

Tokyo→JR Ueno Tokyo Line→Shinagawa Station→Keikyu Main Line→Yokohama Station→Minatomirai Line→Bashamichi Station (40 minutes)

 

Tokyo→JR Yokosuka Somu Line→Yokohama Station→JR Yokohama Municipal Subway Sakuragichou Station (35 minutes)

 

From Haneda Airport

Haneda Airport International Terminal Station→Keikyu Airport Line→Yokohama Station→JR Keihin Tohoku-Negishi Line→Sakuragichou Station (30 minutes)

 

Haneda Airport International Terminal Station→Keikyu Airport Line→Yokohama Station→Minatomirai Line→Bashamichi Station (30 minutes)

 

Lineup

Please check the Official Homepage.

 

 

 

 

 

   Necessaries   

 

・Bag and accessory pouch

・Towel

・Cap

・Tissue or wet tissue

・A change of clothes

・Raincoat

・Jacket

・Picnic Mat

・Drink or food

 

 

 

 

 

   Cautions   

 

・At the entrance of the venue, you pay JPY 500 for 1 drink.

 

・You cannot bring firework, chair, parasol, pet, etc. as it might cause trouble to surrounding people.

 

 

 

 

 

   More information   

 

http://greenroom.jp/english/

 

 

 

 

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