April 6, 2010
News for Anime Expo 2010:
Anime Expo 2010 announces the appearance of special guest Japanese DJs
Anaheim, CA – April 2, 2010 – Anime Expo® is today announced the appearance of 6 Special Guest Japanese DJs at its July convention. Anime Expo, the United States' largest anime and manga convention is scheduled for July 1 – 4, 2010, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. DJ CHUCKY, M-Project, m1dy, GUHROOVY, NO+CHIN and DJ Schwarzenegger will be DJing for Anime Expo's dance events both Friday and Saturday night.
The DJs will offer an eclectic mix of international dance music including Japanese hard rock, heavy metal and hardcore pop. Attendees can dance the night away to an exhilarating soundtrack produced live by these accomplished and well-known Japanese DJs.
Click here for a brief biography on each DJ.
DJ CHUCKY, M-Project, m1dy, GUHROOVY, NO+CHIN and DJ Schwarzenegger join Anime Expo's 2010 line-up along with voice actor Kyle Hebert, animation director Toshihiro Kawamoto, seiyuu Yuu Asakawa, J-rock band Sophia, and anime director Shinichi "Nabeshin" Watanabe. To stay updated on all of the latest Anime Expo 2010 news, follow us on Twitter, become a fan on Facebook and check us out on YouTube.
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About Anime Expo®
Anime Expo is located in Los Angeles and is the nation's largest anime and manga convention. The Expo serves to foster trade, commerce and the interests of the general public and animation industry. This event serves as a key meeting place for the general public to express their interest and explore various aspects of both anime and manga, as well as for members of the industry to conduct business. AX 2010 will be held July 1 – July 4, 2010, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Southern California. More information can be found at www.anime-expo.org.
About the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation
The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to popularize and educate the American public about anime and manga, as well as provide a forum to facilitate communication between professionals and fans. This organization is more popularly known by its entertainment property, Anime Expo®. More information can be found at www.spja.org.