Persona Super Live 2022

Persona Super Live 2022 Will Take Place in October

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A new live concert for the Persona series will appear in 2022. Atlus has announced that it will hold Persona Super Live P-Sound Wish 2022 on October 8-9, 2022. The concert will take place at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan—the same venue as the annual Tokyo Game Show.

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Lyn Inaizumi, Lotus Juice, and Shoji Meguro will be present on both days. The first day’s setlist will focus on Persona 5 Royal and Persona 3, with Yumi Kawamura also set to perform on the day. The second day will give the spotlight to Persona 5 Strikers and Persona 4 with the appearance of the latter’s main singer Shihoko Hirata.

Atlus has also published a teaser trailer for Persona Super Live 2022. It used footage from the previous live concert held in April 2019.

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The live concert will be part of Atlus’ celebrations for the Persona series’ 25th anniversary. Before that, the publisher will hold the Persona 25th Anniversary Festival in Tokorozawa Sakura Town in Saitama, Japan, from May 28 to July 10, 2022. The latter’s venue will cover many facilities in the town, including the nearby hotel, store, and shrine. Atlus will announce more celebrations for the anniversary in June 2022.

Persona Super Live P-Sound Wish 2022 will take place at Halls 7-8 of Makuhari Messe on October 8-9, 2022.


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