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Attack on Titan Announces Surprise Season 4 Part 3 Event

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We’re getting closer and closer to learning more about Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3. This became clear when Attack on Titan’s official website announced a surprise event in anticipation of the final season (aka Season 4 Part 3.) Here’s what we know so far about the event. 

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The Final Season Event Takes Place on November 13

According to the official Attack on Titan website’s Google translation, the final event is taking place on Sunday, November 13. The event will take place in two parts, but both will be on the same day. The event will be at the Tachikawa Stage Garden in Tokyo, so if you’re in the region you can attend in person!

The first part will begin at 1 p.m. Japan time. Tokyo is 14 hours ahead of the U.S. Central time zone, so 12 p.m. on Sunday should correspond to about 11 p.m. Saturday night, November 12 (according to World Time Buddy.) 

The second part begins that afternoon at 18:30 Tokyo time on November 13 (aka 6:30 p.m. Tokyo time.) This corresponds to about 4:30 a.m. Central on Sunday, November 13, so you’ll have to stay up really late or wake up really early if you’re hoping to catch any live videos in the U.S. At this time, we don’t know if there will be any live-streaming options. The website does warn that the times can change without any notice. 


Here’s What’s Happening at the Event

Part 1 of the special event is a concert with guest vocals by “Yuko Ando, ​​Ai Higuchi, mpi, Laco (EOW), cumi (BINJU), Hannah Grace, KAREN,” according to an English translation of the website. Kohta Yamamoto will also be participating in the first part. 

A translated tweet notes that Yuko Ando and Ai Higuchi, who were “in charge of the ending theme of the Final Season” will also be at the event. 

Another tweet shared that during the first part, they’ll be mostly performing songs from the final season with musicians and guest vocalists. 

Part 2 of the special event is the part you might want to pay close attention to, because that’s when we might get some tidbits about what to expect in Season 4 Part 3. Members of the voice cast will be featured in this part. According to an English translation of the website, this includes: “Yuki Kaji, Yui Ishikawa, Marina Inoue, Hiro Shimono, Kisho Taniyama, Romi Park, Ayane Sakura, Chiaki Matsuzawa (MC)” and guest artists “Yui Ando, ​​Ai Higuchi.” 

Yuki Kaji voices Eren Jaeger. 

Yui Ishikawa voices Mikasa Ackerman.

Marina Inoue voices Armin Arlert.

Hiro Shimono voices Levi Ackerman.

Kisho Taniyama voices Jean Kirstein. 

Romi Park voices Hange Zoe. 

Ayane Sakura voices Gabi. 

Chiaki Matsuzawa, a TV announcer, will be moderating the event.


Here’s How Are Tickets Being Sold

Getting tickets to attend the event is a little complicated. Priority sale opportunities will go to people who buy the Blu-Rays. The first volume of Season 4 Part 2 goes on sale July 20 and will include a priority sales application for Part 1 of the November event, according to the official website

But if you’re wanting a priority application to attend Part 2 of the November event in person, you’ll have to wait for the one that will be part of the Season 4 Part 2 Blu-Ray’s second volume (technically The Final Season Blu-Ray Volume 4), which isn’t available until August 17. 

If too many people apply, then tickets will be given out on a lottery basis. 

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Stephanie Dwilson started Post Apocalyptic Media with her husband Derek. Her favorite shows of all-time are Attack on Titan, Battlestar Galactica and Lost, and she's always happy to talk about her cats. 🙂 She's a licensed attorney (currently not-practicing) and has a master's in science and technology journalism.

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