Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 LIVE IN SAPPORO

Lucky fans will get to see Hatsune Miku live in concert tonight!  Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 LIVE IN SAPPORO! will be screened in theaters in 9 major cities across the U.S. on Thursday, November 10th.

More information is available (in English and Japanese) at Live Viewing Japan and tickets can be purchased through Live Viewing Japan here.  List of specific theaters in each country is hereAdmission is $20.

According to Live Viewing Japan:

“Blu-ray, DVD, Live CD Package of “Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011”, which include both 39’s LIVE IN TOKYO on March 9th and 39’s LIVE IN SAPPORO on August 16th and 17th, will be released on November 16th.  Celebrating the release, the special Blu-Ray/DVD premiere events will be held at movie theaters around the world.”

Live Viewing Japan says to “Please enjoy the screening as a live event, so please feel free to clap and wave penlights.” So, if you’re one of the lucky ones, bring some glowsticks!  The rest of us will just have to wait for the DVD.

For more information about Hatsune Miku, check out my earlier post here.


Concert photo from Hatsune Miku Facebook page.

Listen to the music!!! The concert set list is now up on mikubook (click “ALL PLAY”) – Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 Mikupa 39’s Live in Singapore Live Set List

Want a first hand account? Check out this review at LA Weekly – Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 – Rave 18 Movie Theater – 11/10/11, which includes this photo:

And for even MORE Hatsune Miku and vocaloid articles, check out:


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