AFA 2011 I Love Anisong Presents “Rock Your Soul” with MAY’N, Mizuki Ichirou, Flow, and More!

The organizers of Anime Festival Asia 2011 have revealed several key details about the upcoming I Love Anisong concert! This year’s line up will feature the return of the two pillars of I Love Anisong, plus new acts performing in Singapore for the first time ever!

May’n is giving a milestone fourth performance for I Love Anisong! First rising to fame as the singing voice of Sheryl Nome, May’n is now a force to be reckoned with with a string of successful singles. See her wow the crowd in another thrilling performance as she performs hits from both Macross Frontier and her own album Styles!

Big Brother Mizuko Ichirou is back with more super robot and anime themes! One of the biggest veterans in the industry boasting a career spanning decades, Aniki brings his amazing passion and stirring vocals to I Love Anisong for the fourth consecutive year.

New to the line-up this year is alternative rock band FLOW! FLOW has brought to us some of the most recognizable anthems of shounen manga, including “Colors” from Code Geass, and “GO!!” from Naruto. They also covered Rurouni Kenshin theme ” 1/3 no Junjou na Kanjou” by J-rock legends Siam Shade.

Be prepared to “Rock Your Soul” at Anime Festival Asia 2011! Anime Festival Asia — one of the largest Japanese pop culture conventions in South East Asia, will be held from the 11th to the 13th of November in Singapore. AFA is also home to Regional Cosplay Championships, aside from the I Love Anisong concert series.

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