JILUKA // US debut at Anime Week Atlanta

JILUKA already hinted a little bit towards a possible overseas performance in our recent interview with them, but at that time they couldn’t reveal us anything more than a suggestive hint.

That hint turned out to be their US debut, in the form of a performance at Anime Weekend Atlanta (AWA), Georgia from the 26th to the 29th of October 2023!


Anime Week Atlanta

Not much information has been announced at this time, so we unfortunately can’t pinpoint at which day the performance will take place, or if there will be multiple performances throughout the event.

What we can tell you is the pricelist for the event:
Multi-Day: $100
Thursday only: $50
Friday only: $65
Saturday only: $70
Sunday only: $60

However, tickets are limited and capped per type, so the event encourages you to pre-register early to make sure you can attend on the day(s) you want.

Single-day tickets will be available online on the day of the event only as well:
Thursday: $45
Friday: $55
Saturday: $65
Sunday: $50

Like we said, we don’t know any specific information to share with you at this time. When we learn more we will update this post!

For more information about AWA itself, we have to refer you to the event’s website.




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雪 (Yuki) is the owner and driving force behind Arlequin.
She originally started the project in 2009 as a photographer under the name of Arlequin Photography, but developed an interest in journalism and translation ever since. Because of these interests interviews and reviews were added to the project, until it eventually hit the limits as a "photographer" in 2021, and Arlequin Magazine was added to the mix.

雪 (Yuki) is a native Dutch speaker with a graphic design degree, which means she is also the main person behind Arlequin Creations.
After all these years she is still the main person who does interviews the interviews and live photos that you see on Arlequin, but also a large chunk of the reviews and behind-the-scenes work and communication goes through her.

She speaks Dutch and English on a native level, but also understands Japanese and German.

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