Hololive To Hold 1st Australian Concert At DreamHack Melbourne

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Hololive Production is set to host its first Australian concert in April as part of the gaming lifestyle festival DreamHack Melbourne.

The performing talents at the hololive production x DreamHack Melbourne 2024: Down Under concert will include Houshou Marine, Tokoyami Towa, Kureiji Ollie, Pavolia Reine, Mori Calliope, and Hakos Baelz.

DreamHack Melbourne will be held from April 26 to 28 at Melbourne Park’s Rod Laver and Margaret Court Arenas. The Hololive concert will take place on April 27 in Rod Laver and requires either a Saturday or 3-Day ticket for entry. 

Hololive fans can choose to spend extra cash to receive one of the two ticket upgrades for the concert. The Hololive Standard Upgrade has a cost of AUD$49 (~US$32.45) and provides a guaranteed seat in the tiered seating area. The Hololive Premium Upgrade costs AUD$89 (~US$58.73) and gives purchasers guaranteed floor seating in front of the concert stage. Premium also enters ticket holders into a raffle for a talent Meet and Greet session.

There will also be online tickets for hololive production x DreamHack Melbourne 2024: Down Under. One such ticket will cost 4,200 yen (~US$27.91), plus an additional 220 yen booking fee (~US$1.46). After the live stream, online ticket holders will have access to an archived VOD for four weeks. Sales of the online tickets will begin on March 22 at 1 PM AEDT.

In a statement for the press release, DreamHack Senior Product Manager Ben Green said that the “addition of this innovative pillar of content is a way for us to provide a space for VTuber communities, as we build DreamHack Melbourne into a festival where all elements of gaming culture & lifestyle intersect.”

Source: Hololive Production

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