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Nijisanji 7th Anniversary Festival Will Be in February 2025

The Nijisanji 7th Anniversary Festival will take place from February 21 to February 23, 2025. There will also be two special stages before and after the festival, meaning that there will be five days of events in total. [Thanks, PR Times!]

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So far, there aren’t a lot of details on what Nijisanji Festival 2025 (NijiFes 2025) will entail. Anycolor has not even announced the venue yet. However, we know that past festivals featured live concerts, variety shows, audience participation events, exhibits, and attractions. You could also hold conversations with certain livers. More information on the event will come out in the Fall of 2024.

NijiFes is the biggest real-world VTuber event in Japan, with over 160 Nijisanji VTubers participating in the previous year’s. Over 65,000 fans went to last year’s event and according to a past finance report from Anycolor, Nijisanji Fes made over 6.4 billion JPY in ticket sales.

Anycolor has actually released an hour-long documentary on NijiFes 2023. The documentary goes over what went on behind-the-scenes, as well as how exciting the event itself was. You can watch it here:

The Nijisanji 7th Anniversary Festival will be from February 21 to February 23, 2025. Tickets will go on sale in the future, and more details on the event will come out in Fall 2024.

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