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VTubers sing at YouTube Japan Music Weekend 2021

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The third volume of YouTube Japan’s Music Weekend event is almost here. The three-day activity starting Friday, July 16, 2021 will feature 54 artists.

Viewers can watch performances from personalities like Ayumi Hamasaki, Nao Touyama and Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. They can also watch performances from groups such as NMB48 and EXILE TRIBE to name a few. Following these will be a midnight session featuring various virtual YouTubers.

Likewise, here is the trailer for the YouTube Music Weekend 2021, with the tagline “The Stage Lives On:”

YouTube Japan Music Weekend 2021 VTuber Schedule

Similarly, here are the featured virtual personalities who will perform. Times for YouTube Japan Music Weekend 2021 are indicated in JST. VTubers will be mostly performing this Saturday, but please do take note of the following times:

Saturday, July 17

  • Rikka from Holostars – 24:30 / 12:30 am
  • Mori Calliope from Hololive English – 25:00 / 1:00 am
  • Robocosan from Hololive Generation 0 – 25:45 / 1:45 am
  • Virtual Diva AZKi from INNK Music – 26:30 / 2:30 am
  • Tokino Sora from Hololive Generation 0 – 27:30 / 3:30 am
  • Hololive Fes. Archives – 28:00 / 4:00 am
  • Virtual Singer YuNi – 16:15 / 4:15 pm
  • Rain Drops from Nijisanji – 23:00 / 11:00 pm
  • Kaede Higuchi from Nijisanji – 23:30 / 11:30 pm

Sunday, July 18

  • Tsukino Mito from Nijisanji – 24:00 / 12:00 am
  • Nijisanji All Stars – 24:30 / 12:30 am
YouTube Japan Music Weekend 2021 vol 3

YouTube Japan described the said event as follows:

YouTube Music Weekend vol.3 is a program that allows you to enjoy live artist videos for three days from Friday, July 16 to Sunday, July 18.

A total of 54 artists will participate in the program, in cooperation with popular domestic artists and music labels, and will premiere live video and other content daily on their official YouTube artist channels.

We shall look forward to yet another sound weekend online through YouTube Japan’s Music Weekend volume 3.

Also keep up with the latest in the VTuber community with Anime Corner – read more stories here.
Source: YouTube Japan blog

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Jay Agonoy

Jay Agonoy has written feature stories for websites such as The Reimaru Files and Rappler, as well as moderated select panel discussions on the local anime and idol cultures. Currently, he handles keepsakes., his personal multimedia project spanning blogs, vlogs and podcasts. Prior to Anime Corner, Jay has covered events since 2010. (See Jay's current portfolio on MuckRack.)

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