Crunchyroll Anime Awards Official NYC Watch Party
Saturday, February 15 from 7:00 p.m. until 1:00 a.m.
SPIN 54 – 7 E 54th Street (between Madison and 5th Avenues)
Admission: $5 in advance/$10 at the door
Celebrate anime’s biggest night together in NYC! The fourth annual Crunchyroll Anime Awards are this Saturday, February 15. They will crown 2019’s Best Boy, Best Girl, Anime of the Year, and more across more than 15 diverse categories. WWE’s Xavier Woods and Crunchyroll’s Tim Lyu will host.
The live awards show will take place at Crunchyroll’s new headquarters in San Francisco. But if you can’t fly to the other side of the country, don’t fret. Anime NYC, SONICBOOMBOX and Newtown HQ are hosting the OFFICIAL NYC WATCH PARTY! Go to SPIN 54 to join fans across NYC as they shout, cheer, and celebrate everything anime!
Watch the Anime Awards live starting at 8:00 p.m., but go early and stay late for all of the festivities. There will be DJs, giant jenga, ping pong, and cosplay contests featuring anime figures, free Crunchyroll Premium Subscriptions, and more surprises!
Look at All the Fun You’ll Have
- FREE ping pong all night
- FREE Voodoo Ranger IPA for the first 200 fans (limit 1 per fan)
- FREE manga sampler for the first 100 fans from Kodansha Comics
- 15 fans will win a Japan Crate full of awesome treats
- 15 fans will win a Sugoi Mart prize bag featuring Nintendo & Pokemon items
- Two lucky fans will win manga collections including Attack on Titan, Fire Force, Vinland Saga, and more
- One lucky fan will win an official Sailor Moon Infinifan watch signed by Robbie Daymond from Newtown HQ
- Chance to win free tickets to Anime NYC and Crunchyroll Premium Subscriptions and more
- Hosted by Sloan the Female Otaku
- Music by Contro1freak (Anime Dance Music) and DJ Killzz (Bare Canvas Sounds)
Guests must be 21 and over to enter.
Presented by SONICBOOMBOX and Sponsored by Valeza and New Belgium.
Please click here to purchase tickets.
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