Singapore-based licensor ODEX has announced on Thursday that the musical event Aqours 2nd Love Live! HAPPY PARTY TRAIN TOUR is set to have a delayed screening in Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
The announcements comes after the licensor released a statement last August, saying the negotiations for the screenings of the concert, whether live or delayed basis, were unsuccessful because the licensing of the event has been “complicated and difficult”.
The negotiations eventually have a breakthrough when the licensor announced this month that the event will have a live viewing in Singapore on Saturday, September 30, which is the second day of the concert in Saitama.
Aqours 2nd Love Live! HAPPY PARTY TRAIN TOUR is the second live event of the Love Live! Sunshine idol group Aqours, following their first live event which happened last February.
Unlike the previous live events, the second live will be done in three cities in Japan, which started in Nagoya at the Nippon Gaishi Hall last August 5-6, then followed by Kobe at the World Memorial Hall last August 19-20.
The final stop to the live tour will be at the MetLife Dome (also known as Seibu Dome) in Saitama, Japan on September 29-30, which has a capacity of more than 30,000 people.
Overseas Live Viewing have been announced for South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.