Bocchi The Rock has emerged as one of the most promising new anime of 2022. Although a second season has yet to be confirmed, the manga by Aki Hamaji continues to be published. In the meantime, the anime franchise is creating a live-action show that will feature the music from the anime and reunite the voice actors and musicians who brought the story of Bocchi to life.
Although Bocchi The Rock Season 2 is uncertain, the anime series has amassed a substantial following thanks to CloverWorks. After their successful work on The Promised Neverland, CloverWorks collaborated with Wit to produce the popular Spy x Family anime, as well as this rocking anime. On May 21st, the upcoming musical live event will take place in Japan, with the series’ website releasing new information about Bocchi’s exciting return.
The official website for Bocchi The Rock has released details about the upcoming musical event featuring the creative minds behind this popular anime. The live event, titled “Unity Band LIVE-Hoshisei-“, will take place on May 21st at Zepp Haneda (TOKYO). Ikumi Hasegawa, who portrays Ikuyo Kita, will be the lead vocalist, and the band will perform songs from the “Yuitsuku Band” album. The cast will include Yoshino Aoyama, Sayumi Suzushiro, Hajime Mizuno, and Ikumi Hasegawa. The event’s ban has been lifted, and the visual has also been unveiled. Tickets are now available for pre-registration, so be sure to apply early.
If you haven’t watched the musical anime Bocchi The Rock yet, you can stream the first season on Crunchyroll. The streaming service provides the following description of the series:
Hitori Gotoh, ‘Bocchi-chan,’ is a girl who’s so introverted and shy around people that she’d always start her conversations with ‘Ah…’ During her middle school years, she started playing the guitar, wanting to join a band because she thought it could be an opportunity for even someone shy like her to also shine. But because she had no friends, she ended up practicing guitar for six hours every day all by herself.
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