The grand prize winner will have their song featured in the upcoming Magical Mirai 2021 live concert event, while the runner-ups historically had their songs featured in the overhead music played in the concert hall before the start of each concert.
The full concert spanned nearly 90 minutes and broadcasted a total of 3 times to cover time zones for viewers around the world. 16 songs were featured, some classics, and some new ones! Check out the full setlist below:
MIKULAND is making a return this Winter with Snow World 2021, and with it a new VR and AR amusement park experience! The virtual event will be held February 6th~7th 2021 via VirtualCast and HoloModels. The main visual art promoting this event was drawn by @choco_ikarashi.
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.
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.
Further postponement and ticket details for those that have purchased concert tickets are also due to be announced later via the official Miku Expo Twitter, or the official site. We hope for options to either transfer or refund tickets to be available, but we’ll have to wait to find out.
Three new locations have been added to the Miku Expo 2020 USA and Canada tour! Hatsune Miku fans near Los Angeles, Orlando and Montreal will be pleased to hear that these cities will be featuring performances as well! Below are the announced venues and dates.
A Miku Expo 2020 tour for the United States and Canada has been confirmed for the Spring of 2020! Nine cities across the USA and Canada will feature concert events with Hatsune Miku and the rest of the Cryptonloid gang during April and May of 2020. Concert tickets are scheduled to go on sale on December 6th Japan time (with some possible exceptions if noted below). We’ll add links as they become available!
The results are now in for the Miku Expo 5th anniversary song contest! Congratulations to the Grand Prize winner “AlexTrip Sands“, the two runner-ups “Turbo” and “potatoTeto“, and one honorable mention “Lorenly“! This year’s song contest accepts songs in any languages, so you may find yourself in for a surprise!
The MIKU EXPO 2020 European tour has just launched a new site update with five-cities tour reveal and a main visual release by the artist POKImari! The five cities include London, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Barcelona, and will have their ticket sales go live on September 27th at 5:00 pm JST. Check out the dates and venues below!
With the passing of the final performance in Tokyo, Hatsune Miku: Magical Mirai 2019 has finally came to a close, and the Tokyo concert setlist is also now online, thanks to the tweets by @jt4mtb. While bearing many similarities to Osaka’s, we’d like you to personally check out the Tokyo concert setlist below.
The second Hatsune Miku European tour has been announced for January 2020, as part of MIKU EXPO 5th anniversary. Not much is known for now, but expect date and location announcements to follow soon. Stay tuned!
Hatsune Miku: Magical Mirai 2019 in Tokyo, the final location for Magical Mirai this year, will soon take place at Makuhari Messe on August 30th~September 1st. Preorders for Magical Mirai 2019 Blu-ray & DVD are still open, and features complete recording of the final show in Tokyo included with the encore.
The last of the four cities for MIKU WITH YOU 2019 tour, Shanghai, has finally been revealed, along with the release of four main visuals for each city! This year’s main visuals are based on a micro-world theme, with each city represented by different colors of fruits, such as purple grape for the newly announced Shanghai or red cherry for Beijing.
The Hatsune Miku: Magical Mirai 2019 in Osaka has finally come to a close, and the concert setlists for both days are now online! The event is also celebrated Megurine Luka’s 10th anniversary, and it’s the first to feature Luka as the MC, as she expressed her deep gratitude to the fans for the past 10 years, followed up by words of congratulations from Miku.
Hatsune Miku has been announced as a guest in the upcoming and biggest VR live event yet, “V-Sama!”, on the VARK virtual concert platform. Miku, together with the other 14 virtual idols, will be performing live on August 24th~25th, featuring YuNi and Mirai Akari as the MCs for Day 1 & 2, respectively.
It’s now July 2nd in Japan, and it’s the 10th anniversary of SEGA feat. HATSUNE MIKU Project! In commemoration of the anniversary, Sega has announced a brand new Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA title “Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA MEGA 39’s” to be released as the first Project DIVA title ever on the Nintendo Switch.
You can expect to hear the song at the Magical Mirai Tokyo & Osaka concert events in August~September, or in the Magical Mirai 2019 OFFICIAL ALBUM which will soon be released on July 10th, 2019. Listen to it now on Youtube, Nicovideo, or Bilibili!
One month from now on July 2nd in Japan will mark the 10th anniversary of the SEGA feat. HATSUNE MIKU Project, which featured the many Project DIVA titles and more that we all love. In celebration of the anniversary, Sega will be launching a special live titled “DAIBA de DIVA Super Live 2019” to be held at Tokyo Joypolis 1st Floor Main Stage on July 2nd.
Poppro, China’s own version of piapro, has recently launched a MIKU WITH YOU song contest, inviting all the eager producers for a chance to have their songs featured at the MIKU WITH YOU concert, as well as: a ticket to attend it, a 1,000 CNY voucher for use at the venue, and a spot in the official album itself.
The first batch of Hatsune Miku: Magical Mirai 2019 official goods is finally out, and they’re available for preorder starting now! The first batch includes: full graphic t-shirts, muffler towels, penlights, and shopping bags. The full graphic t-shirts and muffler towels are preorder exclusive, so don’t miss this opportunity as there is no venue sale!