The Attack of the Giants concert will be streamed all over the world

The Attack of the Giants concert will be streamed all over the world

The Attack of the Giants concert, where the orchestra will play live songs from the popular animated series, will be streamed not only in Japan. As reported by Pony Canyon on Twitter, the concert, a tribute to the cult series of sensei Isayama, will be available in streaming and on demand not only for Japan but all over the world.

The Attack of the Giants concert will be visible in streaming all over the world

After the incredible success of the first part of the final season of the anime, waiting for the second for the next winter season, L 'Attack of the Giants continues to be talked about through events that come out of the television media and that of the comic.

The anime has always stood out, throughout the duration of the 4 seasons that compose it, for a particularly accurate and engaging soundtrack, which helped to make the audience even more passionate about Isayama's work.

The concert will be held on August 22 at 11:00 (5:00 am EDT) through the ZAIKO streaming service, while on demand playback will be dis available from 29 August. Tickets are already on sale at a cost of 3,800 yen (about 30 euros) and the event will take place in Kanagawa at the Pacific Convention Plaza Yokohama. The concert will last approximately 120 minutes and in the official tweet all the technical specifications are also communicated to assist the performance in the best possible way.

Two of the composers will be present: Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto, accompanied by the voice actors of series protagonists Yuuki Kaji (Eren Jaeger), Yui Ishikawa (Mikasa Ackermann), and Marina Inoue (Armin Arlelt) and followed by other vocal performers such as Eliana, Laco and Aimee Blackschleger.

The manga, now concluded at home after 11 years of serialization, has created a real cult phenomenon, giving life to numerous spin offs and derivative products. In Italy it is published by Planet Manga and will be concluded with the next issue, we highly recommend reading it.