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The Best Moment Ever!! μ’s Final LoveLive! ~μ’sic Forever♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪~ 2nd Day Live Report

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The Best Moment Ever!! μ’s Final LoveLive! ~μ’sic Forever♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪~ 2nd Day Live Report

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From their graduation announcement, years have passed and final project went on to prepare for the last day, μ’s Final LoveLive! ~μ’sic Forever♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪~. Fans were shocked, but by watching the anime, many people predicted their activity ending like in the anime, where members declared ending μ’s as the third graders graduate from Otonokizaka High School.

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To see the last big moment, μ’s fans gathered at Tokyo Dome on March 31st and April 1st, 2016. Also, 200 theaters in Japan and ten theaters outside Japan held a live viewing concert that broadcasts the live concert. Before the start of the live, usual sight at LoveLive! concert was spread out in front of our eyes. Fans call out and wave their glow sticks matching the music that is played in the background. The million colorful glow sticks is one masterpiece that fans raise exclamation of surprise.

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The performers are Nitta Emi (as Honoka Kousaka), Yoshino Nanjyo (as Eri Ayase), Aya Uchida (as Kotori Minami), Suzuko Mimori (as Umi Sonoda), Riho Iida (as Rin Hoshizora), Pile (as Maki Nishikino), Aina Kusuda (as Nozomi Tojo), Yurika Kubo (as Hanayo Koizumi), and Sora Tokui (as Nico Yazawa). Every member was right into their character, and ran through 5 hour live, performing 42 songs in total.

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The live started with the original animation movie with every characters appearing to cheer μ’s for their final live. First song “Bokura no LIVE Kimi tono LIFE”, their debut single without an artist name yet, and second song “Bokura ha Ima no Naka de”, the first season opening song, was performed in the main stage, playing the animation music video and the live performance on the screen. These two songs sensed the beginning of their final live.

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Numbering singles were performed in the first half of the live, including medley with songs that were used in the anime. Documentary type videos, each casts reviewing back the track of LoveLive! project, were played in the intermissions. They talked about their first impression and what was going on behind the stage.

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In the unit part, three groups performed three songs each. Printemps (Honoka Kousaka, Kotori Minami, Hanayo Koizumi) appeared on stage with “WAO-WAO Powerful day!” costume. Before singing Shunjou Romantic, lily white created the spring atmosphere with the fans using white and pink glow sticks to resemble the cherry blossoms. BiBi successfully lowered the high stage and bring them near to the audience by the fans’ passionate BiBi call.

Suzuko Mimori in lily white costume.

Suzuko Mimori in lily white costume.

Pile in BiBi Performance

Pile in BiBi Performance

After the 3rd intermission movie, members appeared with “Angelic Angel” costumes, and this is their first time performing songs coherence with the LoveLive! School Idol Movie. The high reproducibility of hairstyle and costumes were just like μ’s coming from the anime. Because the costume is a Japanese taste one, after performing “Angelic Angel”, two Japanese taste songs “Kaguya no Shiro de Odoritai” and “Datte Datte Aa Mujou” were performed.

Angelic Angel

Angelic Angel

Angelic Angel

Angelic Angel

Yurika Kubo performing Angelic Angel

Yurika Kubo performing Angelic Angel

Another intermission was inserted and the first grade members (Rin Hoshizora, Hanayo Koizumi, and Maki Nishikino) appeared with the same costumes as “Hello, Hoshi wo Kazoete”. Next, third graders (Eri Ayase, Nozomi Tojo, and Nico Yazawa) came on stage with “?←HEART BEAT” dresses. Lastly, the second graders (Honoka Kousaka, Kotori Minami, Umi Sonoda) wore Otonokizaka High School’s school uniform singing “Future style”. Every stage played the movie scene to playback the memories of the movie. Not just costumes, but the stage consisted with properties to make the movie scene real as possible. The casts’ moves matched the characters on the big screen.

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Maririn
Maririn

one mad anime otaku is your order? Here I am! Marina from dance vocal unit "DaizyTune" is a writer of TGU.

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