Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation (ytv) and Capcom announced today Rockman Live 2020, a set of four concerts that will take place next year in Tokyo and Osaka to promote the upcoming Rockman Zero & ZX Double Hero Collection. More info after the break!
According to the official website, the concert's main focus will be the following games: Rockman 2, Rockman EXE and Rockman Zero & ZX Double Hero Collection. At this point in time the concert set list has yet to be revealed but, this concerts will be held to promote the Rockman Zero & ZX Double Hero Collection, likely most of the songs played will be from the Zero and ZX series. Perhaps music from other series will be played. It will be odd to leave out the X series now that everyone is talking about it thanks to Rockman X DiVE. Stay tuned, we will report as news develop.
The concerts will take place in the following dates and locations:
Tokyo (Shinagawa Intercity Hall & Conference)
- January, 4th 17:30
- January, 5th 12:30
Osaka (Cool Japan Park Osaka TT Hall)
- January 18th 12:00
- January 18th 17:00
Below you can see the members of the band. You may remember them because they are the same people that performed during the Rockman 30th Anniversary Live concerts in 2018.
These are the type of tickets people attending the concert can buy:
- Super VIP Ticket: 25,000 Yen (210€ - $231). Includes the concert ticket, special meet and greet with some band members and an original wireless speaker.
- VIP Ticket: 15,000 Yen (126€ -$139). Includes the concert ticket and an original wireless speaker.
- S Ticket: 7,500 Yen (63€ - $69). Includes only the concert ticket.
|Original Wireless Speaker|
Ticket pre-sale will be available from September 27th on ePlus, Ticket Pia, Lawson Ticket and other ticket providers. Check the official website for more information.
Furthermore, it looks like Capcom is forming a music band called "Capcom New Band (tentative name)" formed by members of the Capcom Sound Room, more details will be revealed in the future.
And lastly new Rockman goods will be sold at the concerts venue. The Rockman 30th Anniversary Live concerts never got a physical or digital release, so let's hope is not the case with this one.