FanimeCon 2010 Announces LM.C as Guests of HonorFeb 15th 2010
San Jose, CA (February 14, 2010) - FanimeCon, Northern California's largest anime convention, proudly announces Japanese band LM.C as Guests of Honor for FanimeCon 2010. LM.C will make its first appearance in the San Francisco Bay Area during MusicFest, held on Sunday, May 30, 2010, at the San Jose Civic Auditorium. The band will also hold a Q&A panel followed by an autograph session on Monday, May 31, 2010. Event details are available at http://www.fanime.com.
LM.C consists of two members: vocalist maya and guitarist Aiji. The group is internationally known for "New Century Electrock" songs such as “☆Rock the LM.C☆,” “OH MY JULIET.,” and “BOYS & GIRLS.” Since the band's debut in 2006, LM.C has toured all over Japan, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. LM.C's third album “WONDERFUL WONDERHOLIC” will be released simultaneously worldwide during March. Their second world tour will follow the release including stops in Russia, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Hungary, Austria, Italy, France, Taiwan, and Thailand. FanimeCon 2010 will be the tour's final international stop before the band returns to Japan. More information is available at http://www.lovely-mocochang.com. LM.C appears courtesy of PONY CANYON INC.
About FanimeCon – FanimeCon is Northern California's largest matsuri ("celebration") of anime, manga, and related arts and cultures. Held annually over Memorial Day Weekend in Downtown San Jose, 15,000+ people joined the fun in 2009. FanimeCon is "By Fans, For Fans" and is run entirely by volunteers who love putting together a weekend full of activities and events that feature anime, manga, cosplay, music, video/tabletop gaming, guests from around the world and much, much more! FanimeCon 2010 will be held from May 28th – 31st in Downtown San Jose. To find out what's in store and learn more, please visit: http://www.fanime.com.
About Pony Canyon INC. – PONY CANYON has been playing a leading role in the Fujisankei Communications Group since it became a subsidiary of the Fuji Television Network in 2006. Currently, the company dedicates itself to the development and nurture of varied types of entertainment software including production, manufacture, and sales of diverse packaged software, as well as digital distribution services mainly for mobiles, under the five-division system focusing on music entertainment, motion picture and home entertainment, and visual entertainment. To find out more, please visit http://www.ponycanyon.co.jp.