Persona 25th Anniversary Festival Set for May 2022

Persona 25th Anniversary Festival

A Persona 25th anniversary festival will be held from May 28 to July 10, 2022. The event will take place at Tokorozawa Sakura Town in Saitama, Japan. Tickets are immediately available to purchase. The event will include exhibitions, with exclusive merchandise available to purchase at the venue. Additionally, those looking to extend their stay at the event will be able to rent Persona-themed hotel rooms. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Tickets to the event will cost 2,000 yen ($17) if purchased on the day of attendance. Tickets including special festival goods will cost 4,500 yen ($38). However, those who pre-purchase tickets will be able to obtain tickets for 1,800 yen ($15). And pre-purchased tickets with the 25th anniversary festival goods will cost 4,300 yen ($37). Goods that come with special ticket purchases include a special “graffiti” towel.

Alongside a 1:1 scale statue of Arsene from Persona 5, Atlus will reveal a Thanatos and Izanagi statue at the event. Consumers will be able to purchase exclusive Persona 25th anniversary festival goods at the Da Vinci Store in Tokoroazawa Sakura Town. Exclusive items include illustrations of main characters of the Persona series dressed as Da Vinci Store employees. Details regarding the event can be found through the official website.

In July 2021, Atlus revealed it would be announcing several Persona related events throughout 2021 and 2022. Since that announcement, it has revealed numerous collaborations. One Sega Cafe collaboration lets consumers eat Persona-inspired menu items and purchase exclusive merchandise.

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