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  • [ANISONG] iDOLM@STER 10th anniversary concert gets a new key visual image and video

    July is definitely one big month for the entire iDOLM@STER franchise because not only is the second part of The iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls going to premiere, but the iM@S seiyuus from the original series, Cinderella Girls and Million Live! will all be a part of the huge 10th anniversary concert, THE IDOLM@STER M@STERS OF IDOL WORLD !! 2015. In addition, that huge iM@S concert has finally revealed its key visual image.

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    The new 10th anniversary live visual features three idols, each of whom represents one of the three main iDOLM@STER series, with Haruka Amami representing the 765 Pro All-Stars (main series), Uzuki Shimamura representing the Cinderella Girls, and Mirai Kasuga representing Million Live.

    Bandai Namco Entertainment has also started streaming a new promotional video for the 10th anniversary concert, and it features this year’s theme song, Ai Must Go, performed by the various iDOLM@STER seiyuus.

    The video announces that Ai Must Go will be released on iTunes digital download this 19 June 2015. The song is performed by Eriko Nakamura (Haruka Amami, 765 Pro), Asami Imai (Chihaya Kisaragi, 765 Pro), Miki Hoshii (Akiko Hasegawa, 765 Pro), Sayuri Hara (Mio Honda, Cinderella Girls), Ayaka Fukuhara (Rin Shibuya, Cinderella Girls), Ayaka Ohashi (Uzuki Shimamura, Cinderella Girls), Azusa Tadokoro (Shizuka Mogami, Million Live), Machico (Tsubasa Ibuki, Million Live), and Haruka Yamazaki (Mirai Kasuga, Million Live). Even though she is one of the singers for the theme song, it is still not clear whether Akiko Hasegawa will be taking part in the concert as she has earlier announced that she will go on hiatus for live events because of her pregnancy

    THE IDOLM@STER M@STERS OF IDOL WORLD !! 2015, will be held over at the Seibu Prince Dome for two straight days from 18 – 19 July 2015, with product sales beginning on the day before the first day on 17 July. One Day tickets for the event will cost 9,800 yen and ticket sales have already started.

    Source: Official iDOLM@STER blog


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