Texas's Premiere Pop Culture Production Company


Due to social distancing mandates, all performances have been postponed until 2021. Thank you for your patience and understanding~

Hoshigumi at Anime North Texas
Reach for the St@rs Idol Festival

Hoshigumi members Martha, Pon, and RoLo will be performing at the Texas Idol Festival during Anime North Texas! They'll be bringing back some old favorites and new songs that hearken back to Kira Kira's roots!

Join all the idols in the Main Events room on Friday, January 31st at 6pm with your yellow penlights!


We're headed to the first ever Geeks of Color Expo in Austin! Our lovely cast members of color will be there to serve and entertain you with an all-new menu based on noteworthy characters and creators of color!

You can grab your tickets on our EventBrite page by clicking the above image!

Maid Weekend at Fandom Legacy Con

The maids are taking over!! We have a whole army of our cast members coming to Fandom Legacy Con, some even coming from out of state! We have a whole track of maid-themed events planned for this weekend, including our Pet Shop Cafe! Each of our cast members will be representing a different pet, so we'll have kittens, puppies, bunnies, ponies, and more! You'll also be able to participate in our Maid Contest and see a Kira Kira Showcase Concert!

You can grab your tickets on our EventBrite page by clicking the above image!


Kira Kira Entertainment started out as a convention maid cafe in 2010, and over the years has grown into a collective of artists wanting to share their passions for Kawaii culture with the world. Kawaii is the Japanese word for “cute,” and it encompasses many different styles of media. Though usually thought of as brightly colored and child-like, Kawaii can encompass just about anything that is considered cool. Through maid cafes, themed dance performances, webshows, or anything else the cast puts together, we aim to explore different sides of Kawaii, using both the time-tested standards and things that might seem unconventional.


As a group, we call our cast 'Hoshigumi,' meaning 'Star Group' or 'Star Team' in Japanese. Our cast members are our hard-working, shining stars onstage!