Art Tower Mito Light-up Project
October 29 (Sat.), 2016, to March 31 (Wed.), 2021
Last year the curtain was drawn on the Art Tower Mito Starlight Fantasy project, which had been a staple of the Mito winter scene for two decades. Instead, the new Art Tower Mito Light-up Project will start this autumn.
The new project will thrust a vivid artwork of light upon Art Tower Mito's symbolic tower and the cascade fountain in the ATM Plaza, allowing them to present differing expressions depending on the season and the time of day.
Period of illumination: Throughout the year, starting on Oct. 29, 2016 (Sat)
-- At nighttime when the Art Tower Mito is open, and over the New Year's holiday season.
Times of illumination: 5:00-10:00 p.m. (later in the summer depending on time of sunset)
Four Seasons Plaza (Farmer's Market)
March 4 (Sat.), 2017, to June 10 (Sat.), 2017
A market for farmers from Mito City, providing them with the opportunity to sell agricultural products they have grown straight to their customers. People can enjoy conversing directly with the farmers as they buy freshly-picked vegetables and other products from them.
Promenade Concert EXTRA: Haru Ushigusa, Violin
Kumi Matsuo, Piano
April 16 (Sun.), 2017
Venue Entrance Hall
Haru Ushigusa, Violin
Kumi Matsuo, Piano
Saint-Saëns: Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso in A minor, Op. 28
Kreisler: Schön Rosmarin
A Cappella Festival in Mito 2017
May 21 (Sun.), 2017
Come listen to the perfect harmonies of a dozen or so singing groups, selected through public subscription by the A Cappella Festival Executive Committee.
Organizer: A Cappella Festival in Mito Executive Committee
Ibaraki Prefectural Police Band Friday Concerts
May 26 (Fri.), 2017, to October 27 (Fri.), 2017
The Ibaraki Prefectural Police Band Concerts will put on concerts five times a year at the ATM Plaza. Their repertoire spans classical music, pops, and folk songs, letting people of all ages—from small children to senior citizens—enjoy the friendly, casual concerts.
18th Mito Design Project
May 27 (Sat.), 2017
Students from the local Bunka Designer Institute will demonstrate how they make their clothes, with a competition also taking place to test their skills.
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