Sep 272020
 

The two nights of the Hatsune Miku Galaxy Live 2020 VR event have concluded, and it was a spectacular event to watch! The visuals and music selection were great, and we’re incredibly grateful that such an event was made available for free. It was a 45 minute long performance spanning various planets across the virtual galaxy. The live featured 8 songs, which felt just right for a VR Live event (you need to let your eyes rest!).

If you’d like to recap the playlist, here’s the songs featured in the event:

1: Mizuiro Shinryaku by Nayutalien
2: World is Mine by Ryo(Supercell)
3: Violence Trigger by HachiojiP
4: MACARON by ATOLS
5: Bitter Chocolate Decoration by syudou
6: HIBANA by DECO*27
7: Sekai no Man’naka wo Aruku by Natsushiro Takaaki
8: Tell Your World by kz

The end of the live event also teased two somewhat mysterious announcements:

– Miku World 2021
– Miku Galaxy Live Japan 2021… And then the world!

Let’s have some fun speculating what these events could be! Is Miku World 2021 going to be some kind of theme park collaboration? Is Miku Galaxy Live going to be the name of some new concert event, or will it finally replace the outdated “Miku Expo” naming scheme? We’re excited to see what these announcements will bring for the future!

Sep 242020
 

This weekend should be an exciting one for Hatsune Miku fans everywhere! For two nights, you can enjoy the live VR concert experience for free, featuring Hatsune Miku via the INSPIX Live app on Android and iOS starting on the evening of September 26th, JST.

To enjoy the live concert, you will need to download the INSPIX Live app for either Android (or install via APK if you live outside of Japan), or iOS (with a Japanese App Store account). After logging in, you can choose to watch either Saturday or Sunday night’s live VR event, but you can only choose one!

Day 1 Start Time: September 26th @ 7:00 PM JST (Doors open 6:30)
Day 2 Start Time: September 27th @ 7:00 PM JST (Doors open 6:30)

The best way to experience the event is with a VR google headset, if you have one! You can download the apps officially via the following links (or through alternative means, if you look them up):

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pulse227.inspix&hl;=ja
iOS: https://apps.apple.com/jp/app/inspix-live/id1471497988

Hatsune Miku’s special costume design for this event was designed by kannnu, and illustrated by Nou. The theme song, teased in the preview video above, was composed by Nayutalien.

The official Project G account has been teasing a countdown to the event, just a little more than a day to go!


Project G Official Site: https://pj-g.com/
Project G Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/miku_pjg_00

Aug 302020
 

Happy August 31st, everyone! As a surprise for Hatsune Miku’s 13th anniversary, the main visual art for Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2020 in Tokyo has been released! Also designed by Fuzi Choco, the design keeps a colorful festive theme, but Miku takes on a fluffier and cuter looking outfit for the Winter Festival.

Costume design detail via Magical Mirai Official Site

Magical Mirai 2020 in Tokyo is scheduled for December 18th~20th at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Tokyo. Like the Osaka performance, however, the tickets will not be available for overseas due to pandemic concerns.

Magical Mirai 2020 in Tokyo
Magical Mirai 2020 Official Site

Jun 092020
 

Following the postponement of the Hatsune Miku Expo 2020 event for Los Angeles, there’s now official confirmation via the official Miku Expo Twitter and tour website site that the rest of the locations for the 2020 Tour are having their dates pushed back yet again to April~May 2021. This applies to all announced USA and Canada locations. The cause for postponement is safety concerns and restrictions caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The exact dates for each location will be confirmed at a later time, and already purchased tickets will also carry over to the new dates. For any questions about ticket refunds or any other inquiries, you should contact the appropriate ticket vendor.

Hatsune Miku Expo 2020 USA & Canada Official Site:
https://mikuexpo.com/usaca2020/

May 282020
 

It’s looking like Hatsune Miku Expo 2020 might become “Miku Expo 2021” at the rate things are progressing. The Los Angeles show, which had already been rescheduled to October 18th at the Shrine Auditorium, appears to have been rescheduled once again to April 13th, 2021. While not yet announced on any official Hatsune Miku social media outlets, the new date is now confirmed on the AXS ticketing site, as well as in emails sent to ticket buyers.

It is unknown at this time if the other event locations will follow with similar delays, or if they will remain unchanged. We’ll be sure to post about it if anything else changes.

If you already purchased tickets for Los Angeles, you should have received an email about the rescheduled event date. If you haven’t purchased yet, tickets are still available.

Get Tickets → https://www.axs.com/events/391024/hatsune-miku-tickets

Miku Expo 2020 USA & Canada Official Site:
https://mikuexpo.com/usaca2020/