Vocaloid Concerts in London – Update!

Hello!

Since my previous post regarding two Vocaloid concerts making their way to the UK, there have of course been some updates that are quite important to note. I’ll briefly revisit what two performances you can see, as well as provide you with the latest news about them!

This month, you can rock out to two Vocaloid concerts in London! Both Hatsune Miku and IA will be performing live onstage at the convention Hyper Japan, from November 27th – 29th. Below is a summary of each with all the details you need to know!

Mirai no Neiro – The Sound of the Future

What is it?

This fanmade concert is brought to you by D.P.H, a group of VOCALOID enthusiasts, who hold their own fanmade performances ‘Mirai no Neiro’ across the world (as well as panels). So yes, whilst this is a fanmade concert, the love and effort that goes into it is astonishing! Mirai no Neiro was also held last November too, and of course, I couldnMirai_no_Neiro’t help but attend. Due to it being fanmade, Mirai no Neiro encompasses a big variety of Vocaloid producers and songs, so there’s something for everyone! It’s well worth coming along and giving D.P.H your support. You can read more details about them in my previous post here, and read the official announcement here!

When is it?

Friday – 8PM

Saturday – 11AM

Sunday – 5PM

Where is it?

It will be held on the Live.Japan stage! Once you’re at the convention, you’ll be able to pick up a leaflet/booklet which will guide you to the stage with ease.

Does it cost money to see it?

As long as you have a Hyper Japan ticket relevant to the time of the performance (e.g: A morning or dual pass for Saturday), it’s free to see it!

What will it be like?

This fan recorded the concert from last year! I’d advise against watching the whole thing as not to spoil it for yourself, however give it a quick look and you’ll get the idea!

IA Special 3D Live Showcase in London – PARTY A GO GO-

What is it?

IAThis is an official Vocaloid concert, centred around IA! It’s been held previously in America (and more recently Japan), and is finally making its way to the UK. This is certainly not one to miss, because official Vocaloid concerts are very rarely held in the UK (the only one coming to mind being AHS’ performance at Hyper Japan last July, which I also attended). This will likely be a very energetic concert! 1STPLACE will also have a Hachimaki stall selling official merchandise! It’s very hard to get official IA merchandise outside of Japan, so that will certainly be worth a look! You can read the official announcement here.

When is it?

Saturday – 8PM

Sunday – 10AM

(Hachimaki stand will be there across all 3 days. A meet-and-greet session will be held on 11AM Sunday)

Where is it?

It will be held on the Live.Japan stage! Once you’re at the convention, you’ll be able to pick up a leaflet/booklet which will guide you to the stage with ease.

Does it cost money to see it?

As long as you have a Hyper Japan ticket relevant to the time of the performance (e.g: An afternoon or dual pass for Saturday), it’s free to see it!

What will it be like?

This official trailer was just uploaded! Give it a watch to see what’s in store.

It’s so exciting! This is a great opportunity to show your love for Vocaloid, and watch your favourite digital divas live onstage. Both VocaEuro admins will be there on the Saturday, so feel free to say hi if you see us! You can buy tickets for Hyper Japan here.

-cakey

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