Re:Open JAM at Japan Village
Japan Village (Location: 934 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11232) is presenting a live music event, “Re: Open JAM at Japan Village.” for 13 days: July 11th (Sun) – August 1st (Sun), 2021. The event will celebrate and support the restart of Japanese musicians who suffered from the pandemic.
To commemorate this event, an opening session will be held on July 4th, 2021 (Sun) at the Industry City Outdoor Music Stage (Band Shell). On the day of the event, Ambassador Yamanouchi from the Consulate General of Japan in New York will also be on stage, who sponsors this event, and will perform with Japanese musicians in New York.
■ Opening Session Overview
・When： July 4th (Sun), 16:00～20:00 (Media reception 15:30～）
・Where： Industry City・Band Shell
(Adress：238 36th St, Brooklyn, NY 11232)
・Who： Ambassador Kanji Yamanouchi (Consulate General of Japan in New York)
Local Japanese Musicians
・Program： Organizer（Japan Village）Speech
Co-organizer（Ambassador Kanji Yamanouchi）Speech
■ Re:Open JAM at Japan Village Event Overview
・When： July 11th (Sun)
July 15th (Thu) ~ July 18th (Sun)
July 22nd (Thu) ~ July 25th (Sun)
July 28th (Thu) ~ August 1st (Sun)
・Where： Japan Village, Courtyard（Outside）
*The event will be held at the indoor venue for rain.
Address：934 3rd Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11232
Access：5 minutes walk from ”36th st.” ( D, N, R trains)
・Time： Week days：6PM ~ 9PM / Weekends・Holidays：5PM ~ 8PM
・Who： Local Japanese Musicians
Week days：Session①：6PM ~ 6:45PM / Session②：7PM ~ 7:45PM/
Session③：8PM ~ 8:45PM
Weekends：Session①：5PM ~ 5:45PM / Session②：6PM ~ 6:45PM /
Session③：7PM ~ 7:45PM
・Admission Fee: Free
・Entry Period for Performers: June 23rd (Wed) ~ July 2nd (Fri) at 11:59 PM
・Announcement of Performers：July 8th (Thu) ~
・ About “RE:OPEN JAM at Japan Village”：
“RE:OPEN JAM at Japan Village” is a music live performance event held in Japan Village, New York.
Due to the pandemic, a lot of musicians had much fewer opportunities to perform their amazing music. As the NY economy begins to resume, We would like to host this event to encourage New Yorkers with the great power of music.
In order to expand the field of activity again, our production team will shoot, edit, record and mix the performance of this event into a 5 minutes video (about 1 song) . In addition to uploading those videos to the official YouTube, we plan to hand over video data and multitrack recording data in sequence after the event.
Our goals are to support local Japanese musicians and to encourage New Yorkers through this event.
Re:Open Jam at Japan Village Management office