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K-ON Let's Go Concert

K-ON! Live Concert: Let's Go! (けいおん!ライブイベント ~レッツゴー!~) is a live concert held in Yokohama on December 30, 2009. A concert dedicated to all the K-ON! fans from each of the seiyuu of the characters. There are a total 8 seiyuu attending the event, including Aki Toyosaki (Yui's seiyuu), Yōko Hikasa (Mio's seiyuu), Satomi Satō (Ritsu's seiyuu), Minako Kotobuki (Tsumugi's seiyuu), Ayana Taketatsu (Azusa's seiyuu), Asami Sanada (Ms. Sawako's seiyuu), Madoka Yonezawa (Ui's seiyuu) and Chika Fujitō (Nodoka's seiyuu).

This concert has been attended by more that 17 thousand fans and a CD, DVD and Blu-Ray copy has been sold throughout Japan.

The Blu-Ray copy version itself has become the best selling music Blu-ray in Japan so far with 22,000 copies sold in a week.

Song ListEdit

1. Cagayake! GIRLS (Performed by all members of Ho-Kago Tea Time each playing on their own music instruments)

2. ギー太に首ったけ Giita ni Kubittake (Performed by Aki Toyosaki)

3. Heart Goes Boom!! (Performed by Yōko Hikasa)

4. Girly Storm Shissou Stick (Performed by Satomi Satō)

5. Dear My Keys ~Kenban no Mahou~ (Performed by Minako Kotobuki)

6. Jajauma Way To Go (Performed by Ayana Taketatsu)

7. Maddy Candy (Performed by Asami Sanada)

8. Call and Response (Performed by Asami Sanada)

9. Lovely Sister LOVE (Performed by Madoka Yonezawa)

10. Coolly Hotty Tension Hi!! (Performed by Chika Fujitō)

11. Curry Nochi Rice (Performed by all members of Ho-Kago Tea Time each playing on their own music instruments)

12. Fude Pen ~Ball Pen~ ((Performed by all members of Ho-Kago Tea Time each playing on their own music instruments)

13. Watashi no Koi wa Hotch Kiss (Performed by all members of Ho-Kago Tea Time each playing on their own music instruments)

14. Fuwa Fuwa Time (Performed by all members of Ho-Kago Tea Time each playing on their own music instruments)

15. Don't say "lazy" (Encore) (Performed by all members of Ho-Kago Tea Time each playing on their own music instruments)

16. Cagayake! GIRLS(Performed by all members of Ho-Kago Tea Time each playing on their own music instruments)

17. Let's Go (Performed by all seiyuu)

EventEdit

The Day in the Light Music Club (Aru Hi no Keionbu)
  • (Performed by all seiyuu)

“Day in the Light Music Club” episode involved talk about the group breaking up due to their differences in musicianship after reading about how another band did the same, which naturally drew some wary reactions from everyone except Yui who suggested it. Sawa-chan on the other hand liked the prospect of Yui finally coming over to “her side” of the music world and how she might have two bands to go to for tea parties. After Yui added how she’d be with Azusa forever and become “Old Age Tea Time” (Rougo Tea Time) together, the idea of renaming their band came up when Ui asked where “Ho-kago Tea Time” came from.


As a name Sawa-chan gave them because they couldn’t decide on one themselves, Yui figured something more upscale would help their image, which a vote where Mugi comes in as the unexpected tiebreaker led to some good laughs. This isn’t the first time Mugi joined in on one of Yui and Ritsu’s “interesting” propositions, but the names thrown out were even better. On top of Yui’s “The All-America” (Za Zenbei) and “Explosive Laughter” (Daibakushou) ones, Mugi suggesting the rice angle with “Rice Riots” (Kome Soudou) proved to be good stuff. If it were up to Mio, it’d be “Chocolate Melody” though, which was cute because it was just what I’d expect from her, but hilarious when Yui put the “Rice Chocolate” spin on it, much to Ritsu’s frustration. Naturally, Sawa-chan has the best suggestions, throwing out “After A Beating Bloody Time” (Oudago Bloody Time). That was easily one of the funniest ones next to “Za Zenbei” with the way Yui suggested it. Unsurprisingly, nothing changed when talk about a theme for them involved tea, snacks, and fluffiness. Things end off with the start of the Light Music Club’s live performance getting announced and everyone rushing off to give us just that.

Announcement of the second season of the K-ON!! Anime.

During the performance, a screen is shown that the company will be working soon for the second season of the anime aired with 26 episodes on TBS in Japan between April 7 and September 28, 2010. An additional OVA episode was released with the final BD/DVD volumes on March 16, 2011. As with the first season, the BD/DVD volumes contained extra short anime titled Ura-On!!. This season has also aired on Animax Asia starting October 20, 2010. Sentai Filmworks licensed the second season and are releasing the series in a two part collection on DVD and Blu-ray, the first part of which was released on June 19, 2012. The series continues using the English dub cast from the previous season.

GalleryEdit

Trivia
  • Aki Toyosaki, Yui's voice actress is the host of this concert.
  • Chika Fujitō, Nodoka's voice actress is to be called to be the most emotional seiyu who performed. Her role in K-ON! happens to be her first one as a seiyuu. She had her family was in attendance as well.
  • Minako Kotobuki, Tsumugi's voice actress is the one who is aware with any sort of music background, learning keyboard has been easy for her, since her mother is a piano teacher.
  • Yōko Hikasa, Mio's voice actress had to learn to play as a left-handed bassist when originally she is a right-handed.
  • Ayana Taketatsu, Azusa's voice actress, was struggling with playing the guitar, since she had no experience with any music instrument.
  • The song that most of the seiyuu sang (excluding Asami Sanada, Ms. Sawako's voice actress) are from the Character Image Songs series.

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