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Event title
  • 初音ミクマジカルミライ 2020
  • English: Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2020
Publicized November 28–29, 2020 (Osaka) and December 18–20, 2020 (Tokyo)
  • TBA

Background[edit | edit source]

  • Description: The eighth installment in Crypton Future Media's annual “Magical Mirai” franchise, this third-dimensional live concert and exhibition tour will take place at Intex Osaka and Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall in Tokyo over late-autumn-to-early-winter 2020. Its common theme is “MATSURI (festival)”, and the cities that the tour visits each include a different seasonal nature of the theme - Osaka having a summer style and Tokyo having a winter style. The first Japanese female VOCALOID, MEIKO, will also commemorate her fifteenth anniversary during the tour. Both of the main visuals for Osaka and Tokyo were illustrated by fujichoco, and the tour's official theme song is “Aisarenakute mo Kimi ga Iru”, composed and produced by Pinocchio-P.
  • Concert date(s): November 28–29, 2020 (Osaka); December 18–20, 2020 (Tokyo)
  • Exhibition date(s): November 27–29, 2020 (Osaka); December 18–20, 2020 (Tokyo)
  • Performance time(s): 11:00; 15:00; 19:00 JST (doors open one hour prior to each performance; no morning or matinee shows in Tokyo on December 18)
  • Location(s): Intex Osaka, Osaka; Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall, Tokyo, Japan
  • Entry fee(s): ¥7,200 (SS seats); ¥6,200 (S seats); ¥5,200 (A seats + Magical Viewing Seats); ¥15,600 (family ticket - ¥5,200 per seat); ¥3,900 (under-18's); ¥500 (exhibition)
  • Playlist №: TBA
  • Companies: Crypton Future MediaSEGA
  • Associations: piapro
  • Musicians and Producers:
    • Drums: TBA
    • Bass: TBA
    • Guitar: TBA
    • Keyboard: TBA
    • Sound Producer: TBA

Official Event Description[edit | edit source]

“MATSURI” (festival) is at extension of daily life, but still a special event where you can feel extraordinary. It’s also where people gather and wish for various Mirai (futures). There are many people excited and waiting for it.

Wishing “Magical Mirai” to be special place for fans, creators, and companies to gather and experience the extraordinary together. Have fun together, and create connections into the future. 

2020’s theme will be “MATSURI”.[1] 

Song Contest[edit | edit source]

In early 2020, Crypton Future Media held a song contest for fans and producers, where they could create a song featuring Hatsune Miku for the opportunity to win one of the coveted prizes in the annual Magical Mirai Song Contest. The winner of the top prize, the Grand Prix, would have their song performed live at the event and printed on a SONOCA card, earn two free tickets to the show of their choice, and receive a ¥100,000 gift card for SONICWIRE. Two selected runners-up would receive the same as the Grand Prize winner, but their song not being performed and their gift card for SONICWIRE being ¥30,000, alongside two others getting honourable mentions.

The Grand Prize winner for 2020 was “Marui Unabara”, composed and produced by RT-G.o.B.S.

Main article: Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2020 Song Contest

Song list[edit | edit source]


Hatsune Miku “Magical Mirai 2020” OFFICIAL ALBUM[edit | edit source]

Released on August 31, 2020 (Hatsune Miku's official birthday), this ten-track compilation album includes the official theme song of the tour as well as that of MEIKO's fifteenth anniversary, the song which won the Magical Mirai 2020 Song Contest Grand Prix, and seven others, including a new song composed by Kinoshita that features all four of Crypton Future Media's female VOCALOIDs (Miku, Rin, Luka, and MEIKO). A limited edition of the album, featuring a DVD of music videos, is also available.

Track listing[edit | edit source]

  1. Aisarenakute mo Kimi ga Iru (愛されなくても君がいる; Because You're Here) by Pinocchio-P feat. Hatsune Miku (“Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2020” Official Theme Song)
  2. Kimipedia (キミペディア; You-pedia) by Junky feat. Kagamine Rin and Kagamine Len
  3. Hyper Reality Show (ハイパーリアリティショウ) by Utsu-P feat. Hatsune Miku
  4. YY by 23.exe feat. Hatsune Miku
  5. Kimi to Boku no Resonance (きみとぼくのレゾナンス; Resonance Between You and Me) by Nanameue-P feat. MEIKO (MEIKO 15th Anniversary Theme Song)
  6. Kanzensei Complex (完全性コンプレックス; Perfectionist Complex) by Yamikuro feat. Megurine Luka
  7. Shabon (シャボン; Soap) by Hachiya Nanashi feat. Hatsune Miku
  8. Mikaboshi (みかぼし; Star of Heaven) by Satoru Takamura feat. KAITO
  9. Marui Unabara (まるいうなばら; Spheric Ocean) by RT-G.o.B.S. feat. Hatsune Miku (“Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2020 Song Contest” Grand Prix Winner)
  10. Magical Night☆Fever! (マジカルナイト☆フィーバー!) by Kinoshita feat. Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Megurine Luka and MEIKO (Bonus Track)

Limited edition DVD track listing[edit | edit source]

  1. Aisarenakute mo Kimi ga Iru (Music Video) by Pinocchio-P feat. Hatsune Miku
  2. Kimi to Boku no Resonance (Music Video) by Nanameue-P feat. MEIKO

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Osaka concert and exhibition were meant to be held between August 7–9, but were pushed back to November 27–29 due to issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan.
  • Despite the fact that the Osaka and Tokyo concerts have the same theme, their seasonal nature will be presented differently from the other - Osaka will have a “natsu matsuri” (summer festival) feel and Tokyo will have a “Winter Festival” feel. This is because of the months/periods that each leg of the concert occurs - however, despite Osaka being moved from August to November due to COVID-19, it will still retain the “natsu matsuri” theme.
  • This is the fourth consecutive concert in the “Magical Mirai” franchise to include an anniversary celebration of a VOCALOID created by Crypton Future Media; 2020's case being MEIKO and her fifteenth anniversary.
  • Due to issues surrounding COVID-19, both concerts and exhibitions will have no tickets or accommodation plans available for overseas costumers.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. https://magicalmirai.com/2020/index_en.html
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