Bilibili Macro Link – Starphase 2022 Anisong Concert Will Livestream Worldwide on July 17, 2022

Asia’s largest anime song festival “Bilibili Macro Link – Star Phase” will present a live concert event at Makuhari Messe on July 17, 2022.

Featuring 10 of Japan’s top anisong recording artists, the concert will also be livestreamed for worldwide audiences. Viewing tickets are on sale now at https://liveship.tokyo/en/bml-sp2022/

BILIBILI MACRO LINK – STAR PHASE – TRAILER
https://youtu.be/RNSwk0zDLm4

The largest event of its kind in Asia, Bilibili Macro Link – Star Phase 2022 has hosted many of Japan’s leading artists. This year’s lineup includes:

  • GRANRODEO
  • Liella!
  • Liyuu
  • Maaya Uchida
  • May’n
  • Miyu Tomita
  • Yūma Uchida
  • Umamusume: Pretty Derby
  • STATION IDOL LATCH!
  • T.M. Revolution

Livestream for Japan and worldwide will be on the LIVESHIP platform
https://liveship.tokyo/en/bml-sp2022/
Viewing ticket price: 3300 yen
*No replay. One-time live stream only

BILIBILI MACRO LINK – STAR PHASE 2022
Date: July 17, 2022
Venue: Makuhari Messe Event Hall
Open: 16:00 / Start: 17:00 (JST)

Organized by bilibili
Planning and Production: Amuse
Production: HANDS ON ENTERTAINMENT
Publicity cooperation: Animate
Official Media Partner: Animate Times

Bilibili Macro Link – Star Phase 2022 (BML SP2022) is a large-scale anisong event organized by bilibili, a major video distribution platform. This year, the event will be held at Makuhari Messe Event Hall for the first time in Japan with a live audience. This year’s performance will also be streamed overseas. This is one of the biggest events in Asia, bringing together 10 of the leading artists in the anisong industry.

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