You better take advantage of Gachafest because this is the closest thing to Coachella you're gonna see this year. I used to love going to festival shows when I was younger because I could check a huge amount of bands off my list in one shot. At the risk of sounding old I will admit that I would rather gargle bleach than subject myself to a music festival now. Mostly because I just can't deal with the summer heat the way I used to, but also because the older I am the shorter my attention span gets. Even when my wife and I go to shows now if there's more than one opening act I second guess buying tickets. For one, I like to get to the point. I don't need to be warned up, I maintain my level of warmth like a handsome crock pot. Secondly, my bedtime is much earlier now and it takes me a week to recover should I be brazen enough to ignore it.
Toy Art Gallery is unleashing a plethora of Paul Kaiju mini figures as part of the aforementioned Gachafest. Each tiny sofubi figure stands about two inches tall and is only $10 each, which if my calculations are correct mean you could by enough with your stimulus check to fill a regulation sized wheelbarrow. They'll be available this Friday, May 8th, at noon pacific time only from https://www.toyartgallery.com.