IDOLiSH7 franchise announces plans for 7th anniversary

The franchise turns 7 years old in 2022 and with it arrive a couple of exciting news for fans of all 4 groups.

The popular franchise is going to celebrate its 7th anniversary in August 2022 and there are already a couple of interesting plans in motion. Check those out below.

Group anniversary songs

It was announced that IDOLiSH7, TRIGGER, Re:vale and ŹOOĻ are going to release songs on their respective debut anniversaries.

According to Bandai, more details are going to be unveiled closer to the debut anniversaries of each group.

7th anniversary event

The franchise is going to hold a special 7th-anniversary event in August 2022 in Tokyo (venue to be confirmed).

At the moment there are no details on this event.

More details – cast, location, tickets, livestream (in case there’s a plan to have one), etc. – are going to be unveiled in the upcoming months.

On another note: IDOLiSH7 is going to hold their first-ever solo live show in January. “IDOLiSH7 LIVE BEYOND “Op.7” is going to be simultaneously held on location and available as a livestream for international fans.

TRIGGER‘s 1st one-man live show TRIGGER LIVE CROSS “VALIANT” is going to be released on BD/DVD in February 2022.

As a reference, the lineups for each group in the IDOLiSH7 franchise are the following:

IDOLiSH7 consists of Yamato (CV: Yusuke Shirai), Iori (CV: Toshiki Masuda), Mitsuki (CV: Tsubasa Yonaga), Tamaki (CV: KENN), Sogo (CV: Atsushi Abe), Nagi (CV: Takuya Eguchi), and Riku (CV: Kensho Ono).

TRIGGER consists of TENN (CV: Soma Saito), Gaku (CV: Wataru Hatano) and Ryunnosuke (CV: Takuya Sato).

Re:vale consists of Yuki (CV: Shinnosuke Tachibana) and Momo (CV: Soichiro Hoshi).

ŹOOĻ consists of Touma (CV: Subaru Kimura), Haruka (CV: Yuya Hirose), Torao (CV: Takashi Kondo) and Minami (CV: Koutaro Nishiyama).

SOURCE: IDOLiSH7 official website

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