Anthos* to hold “7 Meet A Anthos* Stage Event 2021” in June [UPDATED]


Anthos* meet their fans for a special 2nd live event taking place in June 2021. 

Hana-Doll* is an idol project created by Movic (TSUKIPRO, VAZZROCK, Tsukiuta, etc.). 7 idols are part of Anthos, group signed to the fictional talent agency Amagiri Production.

Anthos* is comprised of Kento Ito, Wataru Komada, Toshiki Masuda, Shunichi TokiDaiki Hamano, Seiichiro Yamashita and Shun Horie.

MOVIC announced that Anthos*, group part of the Hana-Doll* franchise, are going to hold their 2nd live event this year.

7 Meet A  Anthos* Stage Event 2021 is going to be held at Tokorozawa Sakura Town Japan Pavilion Hall A in Saitama on 06/06/2021, counting with 2 sessions (afternoon and evening).

The event is going to be livestreamed (paid) through Streaming+.

Make sure to check which type of ticket you’ll want because MOVIC has both livestream and achieve tickets or a bundle of livestream + achieve tickets for each day.

Since the website is in English, make extra sure you know which type of ticket you’re purchasing.

The livestream will be available to those living in:

  • Australia,
  • Brazil,
  • Canada,
  • Hong Kong,
  • Indonesia,
  • South Korea,
  • Macau,
  • Malaysia,
  • Philippines,
  • Singapore,
  • Taiwan,
  • Thailand,
  • United Kingdom,
  • United States.

7 Meet A  Anthos* Stage Event 2021 is going to count with talk, reading and live performance corners.

All members of Anthos* are confirmed to participate in this event.

For more details on 7 Meet A  Anthos* Stage Event 2021, please refer to the official website (link below).

On another note: Anthos* recently released “Meet“, their 1st album as a septet.

SOURCE: Hana-Doll* official website / Amagiri Event official twitter account

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