[Sagami Lake Illumillion] “Countdown party 2022-2023” will be held


Sagami Lake Ilmilion is one of the three major illuminations in the Kanto region.
A countdown event “Sagami Lake Ilmilion Countdown Party” will be held where you can enjoy the New Year with DJ LIVE and fireworks amidst the glittering 6 million lights.

Illumination event celebrated for the 14th time this year

At this event that concludes 2022, “DJ TIME” will be held in the park where the illumination spreads, delivering a medley of 2022 hit songs.
Mr. Hi-6, who is multi-professional as a hairdresser and DJ, and Mr. Soh, who has a simple yet attractive and skillful mix centered on HIPHOP and R&B, will welcome two DJs.
In addition, announcer Hayato Minami, who is an arena MC for a team belonging to the professional basketball B1 league, will be invited to look back on the events of 2022 along with music, making the countdown more exciting.

Sagami Lake Illumillion Countdown Party 2022-2023

Date: December 31, 2022 (Sat) to January 1, 2023 (Sun)
20:00-24:05 (tentative)
Address: 1634 Wakayanagi, Midori Ward, Sagamihara City, Kanagawa

>Click here for details of the countdown event



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