Atelier 20th Anniversary Festival set for December 2

Plus, a free Atelier Lydie & Suelle alarm clock app is coming.

Atelier 20th Anniversary Festival

Gust will hold an Atelier 20th Anniversary Festival at Differ Ariake in Tokyo on December 2, the company announced at Tokyo Game Show 2017.

The event will feature the voice actors and creators that have worked on the Atelier series, and look back on 20 years from the first entry in the series to the latest.

Here’s an overview of the event’s planned public performances:

Event-Original Drama

Witness a completely original drama that can only be seen at this event. The story starts from Atelier Marie!? There will be different stories for both the day (starts at 15:30) and night (starts at 19:00) parts of the event.

Looking Back on 20 Years of Atelier Variety Corner

A variety corner where we look back on 20 years of the Atelier series from various angles, such as talks, quizzes, and videos. There may even be a message from a certain someone…?

Atelier Song Showcase

Light stick (pen light) support is all good here. The songs showcased during this part will be announced at a later date.

Visit the event’s official website here.

In related news, Gust announced that it will release a free Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings-themed alarm clock app for smartphones. A release date was not announced. The company also dated its “Atelier 20th Anniversary Special Concert” Blu-ray release for November 29. It will cost 5,800 yen (plus tax).

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