Soon after the first virtual concert last night, the official website and Twitter for the Sister Princess franchise’s 20th-anniversary project announced that the next virtual concert is already set to be held on September 23, 2021. The first concert was made possible by a very successful crowdfunding campaign, which raised 53,478,175 yen from 1,472 supporters, a huge 267 percent of its initial goal of 20 million yen, in September 2020.
The first concert “Sister Princess Live Stage ZERO ~Dream Ship~” performed by the select five sisters – Karen (CV: Natsuko Kuwatani), Sakuya (Yui Horie), Kaho (Hisayo Mochizuki), Mamoru (Yumiko Kobayashi), and Aria (Nana Mizuki) – was streamed for one hour for free on the anniversary project’s official YouTube channel from 20:00 (JST) / 03:00 (PT) on February 14, 2021 (No archive streaming is available). At its highest, the number of viewers reached 12,600, which was a huge success considering that the franchise was launched more than 20 years ago.
Details of the next concert will be announced at a later date. However, given the franchise’s deep-rooted strong popularity, it seems likely that more new sisters will join from the 12 sisters, and that is definitely what the fans are hoping for!
— 【公式】シスター・プリンセス20周年@2/14(日)バーチャルライブ開催！ (@sis_pri20th) February 14, 2021
“Sister Princess Live Stage ZERO ~Dream Ship~” key visual:
©Sister Princess 20th Project
©Naoto Tenhiro, Sakurako Kimino/KADOKAWA
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