Lolita Dark performs 24 Hour Music And Gaming Broadcast, The Children's Reality Telethon
December 3, 2014
December 1st, 2014, Philadelphia, PA - On December 20th, Tainted Reality, the sub-culture entertainment organization known for its Japanese Rock programming, will be hosting its first ever charity event, The Children’s Reality Telethon. The event will be a 24 hour video game and music broadcast to raise money for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Hosts will play a variety of games from a vast array of classic and current systems, hold contest giveaways, welcome on special guests and performers, and perform special mini events and pranks to reward donators. Perks will also be provided to donators based on their dollar amount submitted, which include the opportunity to control the broadcast for 30 minutes, create custom video game challenges to test the merits of the hosts, and special thanks shout outs live during the broadcast.
Special Appearances by:
Sophia of Season Of Ghosts
Donators have the opportunity to ask the guests questions in a fan Q&A by donating $35. Donations to receive this perk, and questions must be submitted prior to December 15th. Donations can be submitted via FundWarrior, linked below.
Tainted Reality is the premiere source of sub-culture based entertainment in the United States. They specialize in programming revolving around Japanese Rock (J-Rock), video games, fashion, and web comics. Tainted Reality hosts a variety of video programming on their site ranging from thoughtful editorials, J-Rock album reviews, and event coverage from the biggest anime conventions, gaming conventions, and concerts. Tainted Reality often conducts interviews with some of the biggest musical artists of Japan like Yoshiki of X Japan, Die of Dir en grey, Miyavi and MUCC. They have managed and organized tours for prominent J-Rock bands such as BORN, Versailles -Philharmonic Quintet-, and BLOOD. They have also produced entertainment media such as the Darkest Labyrinth Vol.1 DVD, the Darkest Labyrinth artist compilation CD, and the first official music video for Japanese goth band Rose Noire titled "Dual Evil".