June 15, 2012
3rd Japanese Heritage Night at Mets Citifield
Inviting JETAANY, friends and family to the 3rd Annual Japanese Heritage Night at Mets Citi Field on Friday June 15th at 7:10pm to watch the New York Mets play the Cincinnati Reds! There will be pre-game entertainment from Taiko Masala, Japanese Folk Dance Institute and the presentation of Mets Community Spirit Awards to NYC Japanese organizations that have given so much to the relief efforts, and a fun after game party at McFadden¹s at Citifield.
This year, JETAANY will be purchased a block of tickets in the Promenade Reserved area for $20 a piece. Sorry we are sold out and no more tickets can be bought. If you still want to attend the game you can visit the Mets website and order tickets separately.
A portion of each ticket sale purchased through JETAANY will be sent to the Tomodachi Fund of the US-Japan Council. The Tomodachi Fund supports Japan’s recovery from last year’s earthquake through the strengthening of cultural and economic ties and people to people exchange between the United States and Japan
Any questions contact Monica Yuki email@example.com
After the Game FREE REO Speedwagon Concert
REO Speedwagon will perform following the Mets-Cincinnati Reds game. The American rock band has sold over 40 million records worldwide, and is best-known for the hits “Keep on Loving You” and “Take It On The Run” off the 1980 album Hi Fidelity.
Participate in the Obon Odori on Mets Field
Momo Suzuki from the Japanese Folk Dance Institute would like to invite anyone interested in performing with their group on Japanese Heritage Night at NY Mets Citifield on Friday night, June 15th. The performance would be on the field around 6:30 and you would need to be at the stadium in kimono or traditional Japanese clothing by around 5:15. Everyone that participates will also need to purchase a ticket to the game.
If you are interested please contact Momo Suzuki at firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday 6/10, there will be a rehearsal for “NY Ondo” (a “Bon Odori” style dance which will be the piece that will be performed) from 12:00-2:00 at the (JAA) Japanese American Association Hall at 15 W. 44th St. 11th floor. Please spread the word to anyone that might be interested.