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Kaiju 2: A Japanese & Anime art show

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This is the second year putting on the Kaiju show! The last show was a huge success, and it will be even bigger this year. Over 30 artists and vendors, an immersive kaiju photo booth, live art, music, and drinks will be available at the event. This is our first time hosting a cosplay competition. More information on the cosplay contest will be released soon. Free and paid parking is available around the venue. Special guests: BIOTOM27 ( Professional Mecha-Godzilla cosplayer), COSPLAY ODYSSEY (Professional Godzilla cosplayer), MATT FRANK ( Official Godzilla comic book artist).

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