"PriPara & Kirrato Pri☆Chan Winter Live 2020" concert is set to be held on December 6
The official Twitter for the TV anime Kiratto Pri☆Chan has posted a new key visual for its ongoing third season, revealing Alice Peperoncino and Eve Kagayaki's new cordes, as well as their mascot Solulu and Luluna in their idol costumes. It means their Pri☆Chan idol debut in the anime story is probably coming soon.
Alice (CV: Ai Fairouz) has a part-time job serving a variety of food in Pri☆Chan Land, while Eve (Maria Sashide) serves as the general manager of the theme park. Their relationship is currently unknown, but their birthdays are actually the same, November 5. It probably means...
Following the very successful PriPra series aired for four seasons (including Idol Time PriPara) from 2014 to 2018, Kiratto Pri☆Chan, the latest installment of the long-running Pretty anime franchise co-produced by Tatsunoko Productions in Japan and DONGWOO A&E in Korea premiered in April 2018 and has entered its third season in April 2020.
Meanwhile, the "PriPara & Kirrato Pri☆Chan Winter Live 2020" concert featuring the voice cast members from the two series is confirmed to be held at Makuhari Messe's Event Hall in Chiba Prefecture on December 16, 2020. The crossover live event has been held since August 2018. The voice cast members of Pri☆Chan held their first solo concert on July 18, 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was held with no audience.
In order to protect the safety and security of the audience attending the "PriPara & Kiratto Pri☆Chan Winter Live 2020," the organizer will take measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 following the guidelines of the government and local governments, and the seats for sale will be provided with an extra space between them. The 9,450-yen tickets are available from November 1.
12月6日「プリパラ&キラッとプリ☆チャン Winter Live 2020」開催決定❣️— アニメ「キラッとプリ☆チャン」公式アカウント (@prichan_PR) November 1, 2020
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"Kiratto Pri☆Chan" third season original key visual:
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