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AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

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JAPAN

TOTES ADORBS ❤ HURRICANE

Miss Revolutionary Idol Berserker

They’re back! Get ready for round two as one of OzAsia Festival’s most adored artists returns with a new whirlwind experience and wild tribute to the subculture of Japanese superfandom and celebrity mania. Emerging from the underground scene of Tokyo’s famous Harajuku district, the 25 performers onstage are clad in rainbowcoloured school uniforms and launch into precise, synchronised moves as 50 songs are remixed into one music track, delivering information faster than the audience can process. Tofu, confetti, water pistols, glow sticks, wakame, Lycra, glitter and pom-poms blast from the stage as manga cartoons and J-pop are visually projected. It’s over-the-top, crazy, super fun, wild, riotous and for the uninitiated, don’t worry – raincoats are provided. NEXUS ARTS WED 23 OCT 6.30pm THU 24 OCT 6.30pm FRI 25 OCT 6pm & 9.30pm SAT 26 OCT 6pm & 9.30pm SUN 27 OCT 2pm DURATION 45 mins Adult $45 Conc $39 GreenRoom $30

“The most WTF show of the year” Time Out

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IMAGE | Nobuyuki Kagamida

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OzAsia Festival 2019 Program  

The 2019 edition of OzAsia Festival, Adelaide’s boundary-pushing contemporary international arts festival.

OzAsia Festival 2019 Program  

The 2019 edition of OzAsia Festival, Adelaide’s boundary-pushing contemporary international arts festival.

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