Hololive EN 1st Concert - Japanese Vtubers
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Japanese Vtubers Confirmed to Join the Hololive EN 1st Concert

Hololive announced three talents from the Japanese branch (JP) will be joining the first Hololive English (EN) 1st Concert: Connect the World. The guest VTubers will be Hoshimachi Suisei, Tokino Sora, and Houshou Marine, as stated by the official Hololive JP Twitter account. Additionally, more concert merchandise pre-orders opened.

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Take a look at the official announcement for the Japanese guests at the concert from the Hololive Twitter account here below.

The Japanese talents invited to participate in the Hololive EN concert are the 0th generation’s Hoshimachi Suisei and Tokino Sora, along with the 3rd generation’s Houshou Marine. Furthermore, fans expect that each member will join in singing and talking in between songs, following the style of previous live concerts. Previously, Hololive also revealed that Ayunda Risu, Moona Hoshinova, and Pavolia Reine from the Indonesian branch will be performing at the concert as well.

Among other announcements, the company shared more concert-related merchandise items. These include a tapestry with the event’s official art, a shoulder bag featuring the silhouettes of all the EN VTubers, and a cap with the concert’s name. In addition, there’s also a series of acrylic stands and a set of embroidery keychains with icons and styles based on each talent. All of these items are now available to pre-order in the Hololive official shop until May 29, 2023.

The Hololive English 1st Concert: Connect the World will be held on July 2, 2023, at the Inglewood, California YouTube Theater.

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