Animelo Summer Live

Animelo Summer Live is the biggest annual anime songs concert in Japan managed by Animelo Mix. Animelo Summer Live has been held every summer since 2005.

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May'n - Concerts, Public Performances, and Public Appearances - Collaborative Concerts
2008 July 27, Macross F Super-dimensional Live at Zepp Tokyo (matinée and evening performances) ... August 6, Macross F Super-dimensional Live at Namba Hatch, Osaka ... August 31, Animelo Summer Live 2008 "Challenge" at Saitama Super Arena ...
Melty Tale Storage - Career
8, performs with Aya Hirano and Yūko Gotō at Animelo Summer Live 2006 Outride concert ... On July 7, performs in the Animelo Summer Live 2007 Generation-A concert ... items the release of her new album Contact on October 24, her tour Live starting its opening on November 18 as part of her birthday concert, and the release of her PV collection DVD slated for December 2007 ...
Saitama Super Arena - History - Event Hosting
... On December 24, 2004 the arena played host to Music Station Super Live 2004 ... Hikaru Utada's Utada United 2006 and Mai Kuraki's Diamond Wave Live Tour concert were held and recorded ... On January 3, 2008 the arena hosted Nana Mizuki's live concert and released the concert DVD Nana Mizuki Live Formula at Saitama Super Arena ...
Minami Kuribayashi - Discography - Other Concerts
2005 Animelo Summer Live 2006 ... Animelo Summer Live 2007 ... Animelo Summer Live 2008 ... Animelo Summer Live 2009 ... Animelo Summer Live 2010 ... Animelo Summer Live 2010 ... Anisama Girl ...

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