Japanese organiser team Full Soma presents a Japanese-themed Summer Party called Bon Odori at conceptual club SEXYLANDlocated on the NDSM Werf in Amsterdam-Noord. The Summer will be celebrated on Thursday 26 July in Amsterdam from the early evening till midnight (01.00 AM) with electronic and world music played by both Dutch and Japanese DJ’s.
Next to the DJs from the organising team (Nori, Jun and So Oishi), Andre Agressi, who is a member of Clone, a prestigious record shop/label in Rotterdam, and 7e, a Los Angeles-based female Japanese DJ are invited to perform at Bon Odori. Furthermore, there will be an exhibition by young artists, authentic Japanese food (sushi and homemade food), sake and shops of Kimono and accessories, Japanese massage (seitai), henna tattoo and a place for kids to play. This made the event kid-friendly and welcome for families.
Bon Odori is the name of a Japanese dance performed at Summer festivals in Japan and it was originally aimed to welcome the spirits of the ancestors. It will be a rare opportunity for people to enjoy the Summer tradition of Japan.
Sociëteit SEXYLAND is a conceptual club on the NDSM in Amsterdam-Noord. For 365 days it has a different owner, every day. The owner of the day decides what kind of club they want it to be. SEXYLAND is members club and entrance fee (€ 5,00) for Bon Odori includes membership fee (€ 2,50). This membership is valid for 30 days and will give you access to all programs that month.
About Full Soma
Full Soma is a party series organised by Japanese crew based on the Netherlands. The musical focus is on cutting-edge electronic music including techno, house, disco, electronica, and ambient. The goal of Full Soma is to connect European and Japanese Dance music scenes. They have been organising events with both Dutch and Japanese guest artists at PIP, one of the main clubs in The Hague. At the same time, Full Soma, has a strong emphasis on collaborating with visual artists, restaurants, shops, and anyone who has a creative mind to develop the art scenes and local communities. Full Soma is looking for mental and financial support to make these kinds of events possible. For the details of donations, please contact to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The name Full Soma is taken from the Japanese word Furusoma, which means supernatural sonic phenomenon. The name also refers to full of Soma, an intoxicating drink prepared from a plant and used in Vedic ritual, believed to be the drink of the gods.
Source: Full Soma