Music Lane Okinawa Rescheduled to February 20-21, 2021

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Following the recent declaration of State of Emergency for the central area in Tokyo, Japan, the Music Lane Festival Okinawa 2021 (Music Lane Okinawa) and Trans Asia Music Meeting 2021 has been rescheduled to February 20 and 21, 2021. According to a statement released by organizers, the decision to postpone the festival follows the recent rising cases of the COVID-19 in different parts of Japan. “Although Okinawa is not included in the State of Emergency, there are many artists and audiences participating from Tokyo and the surrounding prefectures. In addition, the spread of infection in Okinawa Prefecture is becoming more prominent again… We felt that pushing the festival to be held in these circumstances could cause inconvenience and trouble to the participating artists, audiences, and all the staff members.” The announcement was made formally last week to the Japanese audience. Originally slated for January 16-17, the Music Lane Okinawa was set to be the debut edition of the multina

Breaktime with Chanon in Manila

Thai breakthrough artist Chanon Santinatornkul known as Bank from “Bad Genius”, allso known Nonkul to his fans visited once again Manila last Nov 30 at the SM Skydome in Quezon City, it was called Breaktime: Chanon Santinatornkul.
The event lasted for two (2) hours,  Chanon  performs 2 songs, an interview about life, career and childhood memories  and upcoming projects followed the program hosted by VJ Ayi from MYX.
A fun game before the main event thrilled the fans due to exciting prizes for the winners and a chance to meet up close in person with Nonkul. During the program, Nonkul also join some games and he declare it that he had so much fun and enjoyed the event.
After the fan meeting, fans and member of media of different outfit have a chance to have photoshoot with Nonkul. Before leaving the event, kit giveaways given to the attendees as souvenir, Nonkul promise that he will be back soon in the Philippines, that’s what we have to wait for. 
Text and Photos by Rubielyn Eisma

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