The official website for the Kemono Friends franchise today revealed an anime-version limited key visual for "Mori no Ongakukai" (The Concert in the Woods), the upcoming symphonic concert featuring the anime music to be held twice (14:00, 18:30) at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall on July 30, 2017. It is also confirmed that all visitors will receive a B2-size (515×728mm) poster using this visual for free. In addition, limited items for the one-day only event will be sold at the venue.
The special concert will be performed by Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the oldest classical orchestra in
Japan founded in 1911. Following the advance sale for the Kemono Friends fan club members, the second
lottery reception for the tickets will begin on ePlus at 12:00 tomorrow, June 28. The price for the S-seat
is 8,640 yen, that for the A-seat is 6,480 yen.
"Mori no Ongakukai" concert title logo
Meanwhile, the members of the franchise's VA unit Doubutsu Biscuits and PPP (PePaPu) joined the release
event for the character song album "Japari Café" held at the Odaiba Diver City Tokyo Plaza on June 24,
attracting about 2,000 people. The album was released on June 7 and sold a very good 27,197 units in its
first week, becoming the top-selling album of the week in Japan.
"Japari Café" preview
CD jacket illustration
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