Hololive concert in Dreamhack Melbourne 2024
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Hololive Vtubers Will Perform at Dreamhack Melbourne 2024

Cover revealed that its Hololive Vtubers will perform at a concert in Dreamhack Melbourne 2024. This will also mark the first time a concert by the Vtuber group appears in Australia. The concert will take place on April 27, 2024.

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The concert will have a balanced roster of representatives from all three branches of the female Vtuber group Hololive. Houshou Marine and Tokoyami Towa will come from the Japanese side, while Calliope Mori and the Australian Vtuber Hakos Baelz will represent Hololive English. Hololive Indonesia’s Pavolia Reine and Kureiji Ollie will complete the six-person roster.

Sales for online and physical tickets to access the concert will open on Friday, March 22, 2024, at 1 PM AEDT (Thursday, March 21, 2024, at 10 PM EDT). The online live-streaming tickets will be available worldwide at 4,200 yen (~$43 USD) with an additional booking fee of 220 yen. People who have this ticket will also be able to re-watch the archived video up to four weeks after the concert date.

People who have a physical festival ticket to attend Dreamhack Melbourne 2024 in person will be able to purchase a Hololive standard upgrade with guaranteed concert seating for $49 AUD (~$32 USD). The pricier Hololive premium upgrade at $89 AUD (~$59 USD) will feature prime seating positions and an entry into a raffle for a Meet and Greet session with one of the Vtubers.

Dreamhack Melbourne 2024 will run at Rod Laver Arena on April 26-28, 2024. The Hololive concert in Dreamhack Melbourne 2024 will take place on Saturday, April 27, 2024.

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