Lantis release promotional video for THE IDOLM@STER SideM 4th LIVE STAGE 〜TRE@SURE GATE〜

Lantis released a promotional video for Idolmaster SideM’s 4th LIVE STAGE 〜TRE@SURE GATE〜.

Idolmaster SideM‘s 4th LIVE STAGE 〜TRE@SURE GATE〜 is going to be released on 18/12/2019, available in COMPLETE BOX, SMILE PASSPORT and DREAM PASSPORT. The live was held on 11/05/2019 (SMILE PASSPORT) and 12/05/2019 (DREAM PASSPORT) at Saitama Super Arena.

The lineup was the following for each day:

11/05/2019 (SMILE PASSPORT)

  • DRAMATIC STARS (Shugo Nakamura only)
  • Beit (Shun Horie only)
  • Sai
  • Café Parade (Takuya Kodama only)
  • The kogadou
  • Jupiter (Daichi Kanbara only)
  • W
  • HighXJoker (Shoya Chiba and Hiroshi Watanabe only)
  • Mofumofuen (Shougo Yano and Keisuke Furuhata only)
  • F-LAGS (Takehiro Urao only)
  • Altessimo
  • FRAME
  • Shinsoku Ikkon
  • S.E.M
  • Legenders

12/05/2019 (DREAM PASSPORT)

  • DRAMATIC STARS
  • Beit
  • Sai (Yuya Nakada only)
  • Café Parade
  • The kogadou (Junta Terashima only)
  • Jupiter
  • W (Yoshitaka Yamaya only)
  • HighXJoker
  • Mofumofuen
  • F-LAGS (Tatsuya Tokutake and Takehiro Urao only)
  • Altessimo (Shunichi Toki)
  • FRAME (Kentaro Kumagai only)
  • Shinsoku Ikkon (Takeaki Masuyama only)
  • S.E.M (Junya Enoki only)
  • Legenders (Jun Kasama only)

The contents for each edition are the following:

  • COMPLETE BOX: SMILE PASSPORT performances + DREAM PASSPORT performances + backstage footage + bonus content
  • SMILE PASSPORT: SMILE PASSPORT performances + backstage footage
  • DREAM PASSPORT: DREAM PASSPORT performances + backstage footage

A promotional video is out.

More details on this release are going to be unveiled in the upcoming months.

Idolmaster SideM 4th LIVE STAGE 〜TRE@SURE GATE〜 is available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

SOURCE: THE IDOLM@STER SideM official twitter account

Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. After a 6 month stint in Macau SAR, I am back to being based in Cascais, Portugal. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely focus on writing about male seiyuu music.

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