Kenichi Ebina - Season 8 Winner of NBC’s America’s Got Talent Brings His Brilliant and Creative Performance to Los Angeles for Two Nights Only - Live at El Camino College

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“(Kenichi Ebina is)…the biggest talent in the world!” – Howie Mandel, America’s Got Talent

Kenichi Ebina - America's Got Talent Winner

…one-of-a-kind, brilliant, mesmerizing…magnificent. I could watch you all day. – Howard Stern

United Television Broadcasting (UTB) announced today that Kenichi Ebina—season 8 winner of NBC’s America’s Got Talent—will perform two shows in Los Angeles this September. The first dancer to ever win the competition, Kenichi will showcase some of the spectacular moves that captured TV audience’s imagination and garnered him millions of fans on the NBC hit show during his successful run. Fans can expect to see a thrilling performance that combines dance with different illusion effects of sound, light and visual; moves and routines that include “RoboMatrix,” “Mirror,” “Treasure Adventure” and more! For two nights only, Southern California residents will have the opportunity to experience Kenichi’s jaw-dropping talent live and in-person with his South Bay debut at El Camino College. Performances are September 20th at 7pm and September 21st at 4pm, at the Marsee Auditorium at El Camino College. Ticket prices range from $25 - $85 and are on sale now at the Marsee Auditorium Box Office (800.832.2787) and online at

Kenichi Ebina, whose AGT audition video has been viewed over 32 million times on YouTube, is a self-taught performer, who blends different styles of dance and illusion to create a unique experience for the audience. He began dancing at the age of 20 and in 2001 formed the dance troupe “BiTriP” with other Japanese performers; the group appeared on “Amateur Night” at the world famous Apollo Theater and won first place in the grand championship. In 2006-07, Kenichi again appeared at the Apollo, this time as a solo performer on “Showtime at the Apollo”—winning the dance competition seven times and becoming the first two-time grand champion in the history of the Apollo theater. He has performed at many events, numerous TV shows internationally, and taught in the United States, Europe, Russia, China, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Morocco and Australia. Kenichi has also performed, directed and choreographed for many projects, as well as for dance and theater companies. In April 2014, he performed “Dance-ish Entertainment” at Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula California.

For more information, or to book Kenichi for media appearances, please contact H & Y Planning’s Krista Erickson: krista-erickson(at)h-yplanning(dot)com / 310.926.1435 or KEPR’s David Samra: david(at)kepublicrelations(dot)com / 732.718.4252.

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