We have great news if you are a fan of IDOLiSH’s charismatic characters. A new chapter of IDOLiSH 7 LIVE 4bit BEYOND THE PERiOD is about to hit the stage with the most amazing songs.

What makes this concert different from the rest is that there will be two variations with different setlists. You heard it right, as the first “Day 1” version will premiere on May 20, 2023, followed by “Day 2” on May 21.

It means the fans can select any of the two versions. However, the audience will have a different experience altogether on both days, so you don’t want to miss out on any.

IDOLiSH 7 Franchise’s Theatrical Anime Concert

The preview video of the song titled “Pieces of the World” is on-air on the official website for the event. The video successfully created hype among the fans giving them a sneak peek into the energetic performance and spectacular visuals. Imagine how mindblowing the live event is going to be. Are you in line for the concert tickets?

Don’t worry; if you can’t make it to the live concert because the compiled albums, including the title song as well as both variations of the concert, will be released on May 24, 2023. Wait, it keeps improving as the deluxe edition will be available for the public on June 21, allowing all the fans who can’t make it to the concert to enjoy the music.

IDOLiSH7 Third Beat is the third anime third season with a total of 30 episodes. The 26th episode aired on December 25, while the last four episodes aired for four consecutive days from February 5 onwards.

Based on the IDOLiSH smartphone game, the TV anime series premiered in Japan in January 2018 with 17 episodes. Next, the second season premiered in April 2020; however, the season got postponed after the fifth episode and resumed with the third episode on October 2020.

Interestingly, the third season ran on TV into split courses. The first half premiered in July 2021 on Crunchyroll, while the new episodes began on October 2 on ABEMA service and Tokyo MX channel.

Let’s talk about the talented crew doing all the hard work day and night to ensure memorable concert variations for the fans.

Hiroshi Nishikiori and Kensuke Yamamoto are the mastermind directors behind the concert, while Bunta Tsushimi has written the screenplay. The original character designs are by Arina Tenamura, while Hitomi Miyazaki designed the characters. Eiji Inomoto is the CG Chief director, and the artboard credits go to Kinichi Okubo.

You must already be wondering how great the concert will be with such talented and dedicated people working towards a successful execution.

There will be 16 cast members from IDOLiSH7, Re: vale, TRIGGER, and ZOOL to reprise their roles from games and anime series.

Final Word

Tickets are already up for sale since January 14, 2024, while the customers will have their A4 clear file with the main visual.