The first visual and new trailer for the concerts were revealed
Kyoto Animation announced tonight the "first part" of its line-up for the KyoAni Music Festival alongside a brand new visual of some of the studio's anime properties. Tickets for the festival also went up as a lottery, with fans of the anime studio having to apply to buy tickets to either of the three days.
[#KyoaniFes]— 「京都アニメーションファン感謝イベント」公式 (@kyoani_event) July 27, 2021
THE 5th KYOTO ANIMATION THANKS EVENT
KYOANI MUSIC FESTIVAL - Inspiration for the future -
Artist lineup announcement part1 & Ticket order information now available https://t.co/JdGA1onN0g pic.twitter.com/oWYVeogwtY
The first day, November 20, will see Mai Aizawa, OLDCODEX, SCREEN mode, Aya Suzaki, TRUE, Homecomings, LUCKLIFE, and more, currently unannounced, performers play, representing Tamako Market, Tsurune, Sound! Euphonium, Free!, Myriad Colors Phantom World, MUNTO, and Liz and the Blue Bird.
On the second day, November 21, Mai Aizawa, Minori Chihara, TRUE, fhána, Aira Yuuki, ZAQ perform alongside other currently unannounced, bands and singers, representing Violet Evergarden, Beyond the Boundary, Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid, Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions, and MUNTO.
Tickets are currently available via lottery in two tiers, a regular tier for 9,900 yen (US$90) and a Premium Commemorative goods tier for 18,700 yen (US$170) which comes with a set of canvas art and designed tickets for display purposes. A live stream version of the event will also be available at a later date.
The KyoAni Music Festival was announced back in May with a theme of "inspiration for the future" as a thank you to fans who have stuck by the studio over the past couple of years.
Source: Kyoto Animation on Twitter
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.