Friday, November 22, 2013

Die Milch UK Debut Concert


Die Milch- Milk Tea Day

We've all been lucky enough lately to have a lot of really cool events that cater to Lolitas lately, especially if you're from the UK, which I am unfortunately not! But I've been jealously watching from afar!

This December the Japanese band Die Milch will be making their UK debut in London, on December 8th 2003 at the Nave, and London is making a really impressive event about it called Milk Tea Day.

The day starts out with a free-to-attend fashion event featuring tea, cake, and shopping! Shop stalls will include Tea Time Treasures (a select shop carrying Haenuli and Fairy Wish items), Lizzie's Tasty Teas, Shinkurose, and Die Milch merchandise.


Milk Tea Day is on December 8th, 2013.

The free-to-attend fashion event is from from 12pm to 4:30pm.

The live concert starts at 5pm and finishes at 7pm.

The tea party will be held from 2pm to 3pm.

Tickets for the live concert portion of the event are  £20 for standing, £26 for seated. You can purchase tickets here.

7 comments:

  1. Awww, I wish I could go :< Such a shame, that I don't live in UK.

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    1. We'got the same problem I'm from Poland too :)

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  2. I wish I was in the UK. This looks like fun!

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  3. too bad that the announcement was not made sooner :(

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  4. why did they choose a german name? Confusing. :D

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    1. I speak German and watch a lot of anime (and I am also a lolita). I can tell you, the Japanese seem to LOVE German. It's everywhere in anime (Like Attack on Titan or Princess Tutu)! Even BABY have relesed a few prints with German in the name (Such as "Welcome to the Sweets Hexenhaus" "Hexenhaus" = "Witch's hut").
      I don't know why, but the Japanese seem to be in love with that language. I suppose German is to them what French is to Americans (and Germans for that matter)?

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    2. Funny, I never knew. Thanks. :)

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