Soul Time at five + the 2019 edition of Soul Time in Tokyo

Soul Time in Hawaii

Last year's anniversary parties in Hawaii and Tokyo were so much fun that at the end of each party we felt elated to be doing these parties.

This spring should prove to be no different with Soul Time in Hawaii turning five in March — moving to a rooftop venue to boot: the Hideout at the Laylow in Waikiki — followed by Soul Time returning to Tokyo in May.

Both parties will be a blast!

Soul Time in Hawaii — March 1, 2019
Hideout at the Laylow (Waikiki)
Soul Time in Hawaii — May 24, 2019
Tokyo Cultuart by Beams (Harajuku)
a-bridge (Sangenjaya)

I suppose there isn't much time now to plan a trip to Hawaii for the five year anniversary, but there's still about three months before Tokyo's party, so you could check H.I.S. Go for prices on various airlines, or opt for a low-cost carrier like Scoot (which runs HNL to KIX until the end of May 2019).

Our dream for Soul Time in Tokyo, after all, is for our friends in Hawaii to join us in Japan. It's a weekend (5pm - 5am) of great music and great people.

Hope you (and your friends) can join us!

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