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Since 2004, several concerts or live performances have taken place using VOCALOID software. Concerts today feature a VOCALOID vocalist projected onto a screen to make it seem like they are there in person. On the stage with them is a live band as well as back-up dancers in some cases.

Contents - Official Concerts

2009 - Animelo/2009Miku FES'09 (Natsu)Anime Festival Asia (AFA)

2010 - Miku no Hi Kanshasai 39's Giving DayKing Run Anison Red and White

2011 - (Mikupa)/TokyoMikunopolis in Los Angeles(Mikupa)/Sapporo(Mikupa)/SingaporeVocafarre 2011

2012 - (Mikupa)/TokyoInkigayoAnimelo/2012Natsu no Owari no 39 MatsuriANGEL Project(Mikupa)/Hong Kong and TaiwanTokyo City Opera HallKamarok Festival 2012Dongne FestaCountDown Japan

2013 - (MikuPa)/SapporoInternet; Vocalekt Visions(MikuPa)/KansaiTHE END (JAPAN)Magical Mirai 2013Ona Live ShowTHE END (FRANCE)

2014 - 1st Place 10 - 11thMatsuri Da DivaBenben endorsementThe ARTPOP BallThe first or the lastMikuExpo/IndonesiaVOCALOID™ Opera AOIMagical Mirai 2014Crazy KawaiiThe Late ShowNY Comic Con 2014MikuExpo/LA and NYVOCANESE SCHOOL TRIPSLuo Tianyi New Hologram Live Unveiling

2015 - ANISONG World TourIA Special Anniversary PartySNOW MIKU LIVE!Symphony IHATOVNetherlands Holland FestivalMikuExpo/ShanghaiQingdao de DIVACool Japan FestivalVOCALOID FestivalMagical Mirai 2015

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Official ConcertsEdit

This is a list of official concerts organized or supported by the company that owns the Vocaloid(s) used.

2009aEdit

Animelo Summer Live 2009

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Date August 22, 2009 Featuring Hatsune Miku (guest appearance)
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA
Hatsune Miku performed her first "live" concert like a virtual idol on a projection screen during Animelo Summer Live at the Saitama Super Arena on August 22, 2009. She sang "Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪" and "Black★Rock Shooter". She was accompanied by Asami Shimoda, and the character Black★Rock Shooter.[1][2][3]

Miku FES'09 (Natsu)

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Date August 31, 2009 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin (voice only), GUMI (voice only)
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA Main article Miku FES'09 (Natsu)
At the "Miku FES'09 (Summer)" event on August 31, 2009, Miku's image was screened by rear projection on a mostly-transparent screen.[4]

Anime Festival Asia (AFA)

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Date November 21, 2009 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media
Miku also performed her first overseas live concert on November 21, 2009, during Anime Festival Asia (AFA) in Singapore. She sang "Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪", "Koisuru Voc@loid", and

"(The) World is Mine".[5][6]

2010aEdit

Miku no Hi Kanshasai 39's Giving Day

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Date March 9, 2010 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka.
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA Main article Miku no Hi Kanshasai 39's Giving Day
On March 9, 2010, Miku's first solo live performance titled "Miku no Hi Kanshasai 39's Giving Day" was opened at the Zepp Tokyo in Odaiba, Tokyo.[7][8] The concert was performed as part of promotions for Sega's Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- video game in March 2010.[9]

King Run Anison Red and White

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Date December 31, 2010 Featuring GUMI, Camui Gackpo
Company Internet Co., Ltd
GUMI and Gackpo made special appearances in the 2010 new year celebration event known as King Run Anison Red and White.The songs they covered were; アニソン紅白2010 M-32[Love Letter]神威がくぽ(がくっぽいど) "Love Letter" covered by Gackpo originally from "Mobile Suit Z Gundam", which had originally been sung by Gackt and アニソン紅白2010 M-33[星間飛行]GUMI(メグッポイド) "Interstellar Flight" covered by GUMI from "Macross Frontier", which had originally been sung by Megumi Nakajima. Their appearance was, at the time, supposed to be a one off event.[10][11]

2011aEdit

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 (Mikupa)/Tokyo

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Date March 9, 2011 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka
Company Crypton Future Media, 5pb. Main article Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 (Mikupa)/Tokyo
Miku's 2nd solo concert, titled "Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 "MikuPa"; -39's THANK's LIVE IN TOKYO-", took place in Zepp Tokyo, Odaiba, Tokyo. The concert was sponsored by 5pb., and was the first VOCALOID concert to be broadcast at select theaters throughout Japan.[12]

Mikunopolis in Los Angeles

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Date July 2, 2011 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA, Toyota, Anime Expo Main article Mikunopolis in Los Angeles
The events leading up to this concert tie into Hatsune Miku being used to advertise the Toyota Corolla Campaign. In addition to her live concert, Miku was Anime Expo’s first "Virtual Guest of Honor". On the 26th of May, all 3,500 tickets sold out, making Miku the first performer to sell out such a number compared to the singers booked for the month.

This concert was formerly referred to as "MikuFes 2011" before being retitled "MIKUNOPOLIS in LOS ANGELES -Happy to meet you! I'm HATSUNE MIKU-".[13][14]

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 (Mikupa)/Sapporo

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Date August 16–17, 2011 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka
Company Crypton Future Media Main article Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 (Mikupa)/Sapporo
"Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 "MikuPa"; -39's THANK's LIVE IN SAPPORO-", a changed and improved version of the same concert that took place in Odaiba, took place in Sapporo Hokkaido, Miku's hometown. It was broadcast in the same theaters throughout Japan as the previous concert, with 2 additional theaters overseas in Taiwan and Hong Kong. However, it was not broadcast on Nico Nico Douga.[15]

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 (Mikupa)/Singapore

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Date November 11, 2011 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka
Company Crypton Future Media, 5pb. Main article Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 (Mikupa)/Singapore
Following the success of the Sapporo concert, various screenings of the said concert took place at many cities in the US, England, Thailand, Brazil and France in theaters showcasing the Sapporo concert on different dates, with a special concert in Singapore taking place on November 11. This was done as part of promoting the DVD and Blu-ray releases of the Tokyo and Sapporo concerts.[16][17][18]

Vocafarre 2011

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Date December 15–16, 2011 Featuring GUMI, Akikoroid-chan, VY1v3, Tone Rion, Aoki Lapis
Company Yamaha Main article Vocafarre 2011
Vocafarre was a large VOCALOID event that Yamaha organized to promote the VOCALOID 4 software.

The first Vocafarre was held 15th-16th Dec 2011 and was livestreamed via Nico Nico Douga. It was labelled "No.0". The event covered announcements for upcoming Vocaloid voicebanks and updates on Vocaloids.

On the 26th of November GUMI, GUMI, Akikoroid-chan, VY1v3, Tone Rion and Aoki Lapis appeared in a concert together in Japan dancing on stage. Though other concerts have been done for Vocaloid, this is the first offical "3D" concert, previously all concerts had been done with 2D technology. This concert allowed Vocaloids to dance with real life dancers on stage for the fist time.[19][20]

2012aEdit

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2012 (Mikupa)/Tokyo

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Date March 8 (MikuPa),
March 9 (39's Giving Day), 2012
Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA/MAGES(5pb.) Main article Hatsune Miku Live Party 2012 (Mikupa)/Tokyo
"Hatsune Miku Live Party 2012 (Mikupa)" and "Miku no Hi Dai Kanshasai 39's Giving Day" were held on March 9 and featured the graphics of the MikuPa concerts and the -Project DIVA- Arcade graphics, respectively. The events took place at Tokyo Dome City Hall.[21]

See also Miku no Hi Dai Kanshasai 39's Giving Day.

Inkigayo

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Date July 28, 2012 Featuring SeeU
Company SBS
SeeU appeared on stage for the first time. She was part of a Korean music show called "인기가요 (Inkigayo)" singing with GLAM, a Korean music group (Dahee Kim, one of the members, is the voice provider for SeeU). The event was produced and broadcasted by SBS. SeeU's animation was made by Tourbox.[22]

Animelo Summer Live 2012

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Date August 26, 2012 Featuring Hatsune Miku (guest appearance)
Company Crypton Future Media, Dwango, Nippon Cultural Broadcasting, Good Smile Company, Bushiroad
Miku's first appearance at Animelo Summer Live since her concert debut 3 years before. She sang "(The) World is Mine" and "Tell Your World".[23]

Natsu no Owari no 39 Matsuri

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Date August 29, 2012 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin (cameo), Megurine Luka (cameo)
Company Crypton Future Media Main article Natsu no Owari no 39 Matsuri
Natsu no Owari no 39 Matsuri was an event held on August 29, 2012, to promote Hatsune Miku's latest game in the Project DIVA series: -Project DIVA- f (released the day after, on August 30), and to celebrate Miku's 5th anniversary.[24]

ANGEL Project

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Date September 13–23, 2012 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media
As part of the 39 CARAVAN's event happening at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise in Yokohama Bay called "ANGEL Project presents -HATSUNE Appearance -", Miku appeared on stage as a MMD model everyday from September 13th - 23rd, 2012.[25]

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2012 (Mikupa)/Hong Kong and Taiwan

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Date October 2 (Hong Kong), October 6 (Taiwan), 2012 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka
Company Crypton Future Media Main article Hatsune Miku Live Party 2012 (Mikupa)/Hong Kong and Taiwan
"Hatsune Miku Live Party 2012 in Hong Kong and Taiwan", Miku's third overseas concert, took place in Hong Kong on October 2nd, 2012, and Taiwan on October 6th, 2012. She was accompanied by Rin, Len, and Luka. There were two performances at each location, day and nighttime. The Taiwan evening concert was streamed on Tokyo MX. Unlike a Nico stream, there were commercial breaks, and the whole of the concert did not air.[26][27]

Tokyo City Opera Hall

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Date November 23, 2012 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company  ???
In collaboration with electronic music pioneer Isao Tomita, Miku appeared on stage as the main singer. This was held at Tokyo City Opera Hall. His piece Ihatov Symphony, which expresses the world of Kenji Miyazawa’s novel, was performed by Japan Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Naoto Otomo. Miku appeared on stage as a 3D image and sang and danced in time to music.[28]

Kamarok Festival 2012

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Date November 28, 2012 Featuring IA
Company 1st Place Co., Ltd.
IA collaborated with Nippon engineering to perform at Kamarok Festival 2012, however, no footage was leaked. On November 28, IA performed with Jin at Voice Fes 2012, singing "LIVEDRIVE" and "World Calling", the theme song of the event.[29]

Dongne Festa

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Date December 30, 2012 Featuring SeeU
Company SBS Artech
SeeU was featured in a concert at Dongne Festa.[30]

CountDown Japan

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Date December 30–31, 2012 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company  ???
Hatsune Miku and Teddyloid performed together at "CountDown Japan: The biggest Japanese Rock Countdown Festival".[31][32]

2013aEdit

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2013 (MikuPa)/Sapporo

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Date February 9–10, 2013 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO
Company Crypton Future Media, MAGES. Main article Hatsune Miku Live Party 2013 (MikuPa)/Sapporo
"初音ミク ライブパーティー 2013 in Sapporo 「ミクパ♪」 ("Hatsune Miku Live Party 2013 in Sapporo 'MikuPa♪') was a two-day VOCALOID concert in Sapporo, Japan, during the Snow Miku Festival. It was Miku's first concert appearance in Sapporo.[33][34]

Internet; Vocalekt Visions

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Date March 3, 2013 Featuring GUMI
Company Internet, Vocalekt Visions
This Megpoid English launch event took place at NEW PEOPLE, San Francisco. The all-day event commenced at 12:00 noon, and offered a variety of dance and VOCALOID performances, free Megpoid VOCALOID software workshops, demos, and other activities that ran to 6:00 PM.[35]

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2013 (MikuPa)/Kansai

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2013 in Kansai -39's Spring the 3rd Synthesis-
Date March 9, 2013 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO
Company Crypton Future Media, MAGES., WOWOW Main article Hatsune Miku Live Party 2013 (MikuPa)/Kansai
This was the fourth year in a row a VOCALOID concert took place on March 9. The event, titled "初音ミク ライブパーティー 2013 in Kansai(ミクパ♪) (Hatsune Miku Live Party 2013 in Kansai (MikuPa♪) -39's Spring the 3rd Synthesis-", was held in the Wakayama Prefecture, in Kansai, at the Wakayama Big Whale. As this was a collaboration with WOWOW, the show was also broadcast live over WOWOW’s satellite channel. This was the first time an official Miku concert was held in the Kansai region of Japan; previous concerts have been held in Tokyo (which is in the Kantou region of Japan) and Sapporo (which is in Hokkaido). It lasted for three hours.[36][37][38]

THE END (JAPAN)

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Date May 23, 2013 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company A4A (Production)
THE END is a modern opera by Keiichiro Shibuya and Toshiki Okada, starring Hatsune Miku as the main character, through a projection on multiple screens on stage. It was held at the Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media. Miku's costume for the show was a Louis Vuitton dress designed by Marc Jacobs Intl. team. A full scale Miku statue was also exposed.

This opera is a work in its own right and is in no way connected to the usual VOCALOID lives. It is an audiovisual work dealing with questions such as, "Is Miku alive? Is it a separate being and can it die? Can an imaginary character know death? What connection does it have to users and fans?"and many other issues, all in a dark atmosphere. However, those questions are not only related to VOCALOID or Miku, but to virtual/imaginary character in general. THE END (JAPAN)'s differences from the FRANCE performance are the promotional poster and some details during the live show.[39]

Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2013

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Date August 30, 2013 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO
Company Crypton Future Media, Tokyo Metropolitan Television Main article Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2013
Crypton Future Media and Tokyo Metropolitan Television organized Magical Mirai, a concert-and-exhibition event at the Yokohama Arena to celebrate Miku's 6th birthday. An under-18 concert and an evening concert were also organized.[40][41]

Bruno, Clara, and ONA Live Virtual Show

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Date September 20–24, 2013 Featuring ONA, Bruno, Clara
Company Voctro Labs, S.L., he Lab Barcelona, La Merced (ICUB)
The event is a free virtual concert scheduled as part of the cultural events in celebration of the Mercè 2013 Festival. This concert was an interactive event which allowed the people backstage control the models of Bruno or Clara while dancing, and propose the lyrics sung by ONA via Twitter.[42]

THE END (FRANCE)

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Date November 12–13 & 15, 2013 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company A4A (Production)
THE END is a modern opera by Keiichiro Shibuya and Toshiki Okada, starring Hatsune Miku as the main character, through a projection on multiple screens on stage. It was held in Theatre du Châtelet. Miku's costume for the show was a Louis Vuitton dress designed by Marc Jacobs' Intl. team. A full scale Miku statue was also exposed.

This opera is a work in its own right and is in no way connected to the usual VOCALOID lives. It is an audiovisual work dealing with questions such as "Is Miku alive? Is it a separate being and can it die? Can an imaginary character know death? What connection does it have to users and fans?"and many other issues, all in a dark atmosphere. However, those questions are not only related to VOCALOID or Miku, but to virtual/imaginary character in general. It's differences from the JAPAN performance are the promotional poster and some details during the live show.[43][44]

2014aEdit

1st Place 10 - 11th Celebration LIVE: "KEEP HAVING FUN!"

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Date March 1–2, 2014 Featuring IA
Company 1st Place Co., Ltd.
An event organized by 1st Place in celebration of over a decade of existence, featuring artists under queens label and IA PROJECT record labels, as well as several musical guest appearances. IA was featured in a hologram/live segment performing songs from producers/musical artists Jin, Ishifuro, and ASY, as well as an encore collaborative duet of My Soul, Your Beats! with her voice provider, Lia.[45]

Matsuri Da Diva

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Date March 9, 2014 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA Main article Matsuri Da Diva
A small 7-song event to celebrate Miku's 7th birthday and the release of Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- F 2nd.[46][47]

Benben endorsement

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Date March 25, 2014 Featuring Luo Tianyi
Company Benben (奔奔)
Chang'an automobile producer "Benben" held the first domestic VOCALOID holographic show in Chengdu with Tianyi. She performed "Let's Fun!" [48]

Lady Gaga's artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball

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Date May 4 (start)

Novemeber 24, 2014 (end)

Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Interscope Records, Crypton Future Media, inc. Main article Lady Gaga's artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball
Hatsune Miku opened up for Lady Gaga during her world tour. She appeared as an all-new module and performed for 25 minutes with background dancers.[49]

The first or the last

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Date May 24, 2014 Featuring SeeU, YANHE
Company ST MEDIA
Likely to have been SeeU's last concert, a concert held in Ax Hall, Seoul. It featured SeeU and YANHE. SeeU performed "Love is you", "Kkum-ui Bi", "Be my boy", "Rain", "Pain Killer", "Cube", "Naeileun Eops-eo", "Higher", "Ulji Molra", "Chim", "Eon-eori Norae", "Sesang Kkeut-eseo", "Party! Party!", "Geurae Annyeong", "Kkeuti Anikil", "Paparoach", and "The first or the last". YANHE performed "Xin zhi Guang" and "Daolian Chunqiu".[50][51][52]

HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in INDONESIA

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Date May 28–29, 2014 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO
Company Crypton Future Media, piapro, MAGES., Pt. Marygops Studios, SOZO Pte Ltd (Anime Festival Asia) Main article HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in INDONESIA
HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in Indonesia was held in Jakarta, Indonesia, and was the first time that Miku had performed in Indonesia. The event included 3 live shows and an exhibition that included cosplay and a full scale, winged Miku figure. The exhibition also showcased a Snow Miku 2014 Nendoroid and several other figures. Although the event was not released as a Blu-ray disc, its live audio recordings and concert screening are available on KARENT and Crunchyroll.[53][54][55]

VOCALOID™ Opera AOI with Bunraku Puppets

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Date July 25–27, 2014 Featuring Yuzuki Yukari, Nekomura Iroha, VY1v3
Company YAMAHA, HYPER JAPAN
A modern opera-style 30-minute play using bunraku puppets. It featured VOCALOID voicebanks as the singing voices, including Yuzuki Yukari as the voice of the psychologist. It also featured daily talk shows to spread knowledge about the VOCALOID program.Video and audio recording of the concert were sold during the Fall/Winter shopping season.[56][57]

Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2014

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Date August 30 (Osaka)

September 20 (Tokyo), 2014

Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO
Company Crypton Future Media, Tokyo Metropolitan Television, SEGA Main article Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2014
The sequel to the Magical Mirai 2013 concert, made to promote Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- F 2nd and the Magical Mirai 2014 Official Album. It featured a concert and an exhibition at both venues. Additionally, a 120 minute Blu-ray disc of the Osaka concert became available for purchase starting March 11, 2015. It is available in both regular and limited editions.[58][59][60]

Tokyo Crazy Kawaii

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Date September 9, 2014 Featuring IA
Company Tokyo Crazy Kawaii Committee, 1st Place, YAMAHA
This concert featured IA, along with many other artists throughout the night. Her performance took place during the "Tokyo Crazy Night" part of the show, on the second day. This was the first traditional European VOCALOID concert.[61]

The Late Show with David Letterman

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Date October 8, 2014 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA
Hatsune Miku performed "Sharing The World" on The Late Show with David Letterman, showcasing the technology that was to be used in the then-upcoming MikuExpo concerts in America, although the final concerts used different modules.[62]

NY Comic Con 2014

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Date October 9, 2014 Featuring IA
Company New York Comic Con, 1st Place, YAMAHA
IA performed at the New York Comic Con 2014, using the same projection technology as in other VOCALOID concerts. She performed with her voice provider Lia, and booth #547 sold IA related merchandise.[63]

HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK

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Date October 11–12 (LA)

October 17–18 (NY), 2014

Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA, piapro Main article HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK
MikuExpo/LA and NY 2014 was a set of concerts and events in the United States, with the official expo theme "Sharing The World". Coinciding with the concerts were exhibitions such as a Halloween Party and an artwork themed "Universal Positivity" event at Wallplay. The official Nendoroid figurine was the Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Halloween Ver. by Good Smile Company. The Blu-ray disc of the New York show will be available starting July 31, 2015. It will be available in both regular and limited editions.[64]

VOCANESE SCHOOL TRIPS: Herbs Festival

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Date November 29, 2014 Featuring Luo Tianyi, YANHE, Yuezheng Ling
Company Shanghai He Nian, VOCANESE
A special VOCALOID event including announcements and famous Chinese singers singing covers of VOCANESE demo songs.[65]

Luo Tianyi New Hologram Live Unveiling

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Date December 5–8, 2014 Featuring Luo Tianyi
Company Shanghai He Nian, WEIBO
Luo Tianyi performed at the Shanghai Exhibition Center in China for the first time during the POPULAR SCIENCE PRODUCTS EXPO. VOCANESE confirmed that it would be a "hologram" concert with a new stage and modules. Additionally, the event was accompanied by an Expo throughout all four days that it took place. She performed Xīng, Be My Boy, and FEEL YOUR DREAM. Not only did Tianyi appear at the concert, but there was also a module for her pet fairy, Tian Dian.[66]

2015aEdit

ANISONG World Tour Lantis Festival in Las Vegas

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Date January 16–17, 2015 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media, Lantis Festival
A two-day event in Las Vegas featuring many well known J-pop artists. Miku performed on both days. She performed "Sharing The World", "(The) World is Mine", and "Tell Your World".[67][68]

IA Special Anniversary Party – Live Concert & Talk Show

IA Special Anniversay Party – Live Concert & Talk Show
Date January 24, 2015 Featuring IA
Company 1st PLACE
A live stream concert taking place in Tokyo on January 24th and streaming live on NicoNicoDouga worldwide. The live concert featured the world premiere of “Shooting Star” by TeddyLoid. ONE was announced, and numerous guest stars appeared, including DOMINO88, TeddyLoid, Ishifuro, Jumicchi, Nanahoshi Kangengakudan, PolyphonicBranch, and Watana Baby (from Hoff Dylan).[69]

SNOW MIKU LIVE! 2015 Presents MIKU EXPO Live Set

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Date February 7–8, 2015 Featuring Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO
Company Crypton Future Media, PIAPRO Main article SNOW MIKU LIVE! 2015 Presents MIKU EXPO Live Set
A two-day concert event to promote the 2015 Snow Miku design competition's winning entry. Miku and Crypton's other VOCALOIDs performed many songs including Snow Fairy Story, the concert's theme song.[70][71][72]

Hatsune Miku × Tomita Isao – Symphony IHATOV

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Date May 30, 2015 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media, The People's Republic of China
An electronic symphony from the mind of Tomita Isao, starring Hatsune Miku. This event is unique because it was commissioned by the Chinese government itself.[73]

Netherlands Holland Festival

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Date June 4–5, 2015 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media
A performance of "THE END" opera in Amsterdam, Netherlands.[74]

HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2015 in SHANGHAI

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Date June 27–28, 2015 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA, PIAPRO Main article HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2015 in SHANGHAI
HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2015 in SHANGHAI was held at the Shanghai Fengyun E-SPORTS Arena in Shanghai, China. It was accompanied by a two-day expo including a life-sized Miku statue based on her original illustration by KEI. Additionally, VOCALOID related merchandise was present at the event, including an all-new nendoroid, Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Harvest Moon Ver.[75][76]

Qingdao de DIVA Vol.1

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Date July 3 (start)

August 28, 2015 (end)

Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA
An ongoing Chinese VOCALOID mini-concert for Hatsune Miku at Joypolis in Qingdao, China. It is divided into three sessions: afternoon, evening, and night.[77]

See also "Qingdao de DIVA Vol.2".

Anime Expo presents Cool Japan Festival

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Date July 4, 2015 Featuring IA
Company 1st PLACE
IA was featured as part of the “Anime Expo presents Cool Japan Festival” live performance at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California, USA. This event marked her second North American live appearance.[78][79]

VOCALOID Festival

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Date July 25, 2015 Featuring SeeU, Hatsune Miku, GUMI
Company SBS Artech
A small, two-part concert featuring SeeU and various South Korean dance teams.[80]

Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2015

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Date September 4–6, 2015 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Company Crypton Future Media, SEGA
An upcoming Magical Mirai concert featuring Miku and the other Crypton VOCALOIDs.[81]

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