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Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3: Special Event Trailer & More Details Released

Attack on Titan Special November Event

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While Attack on Titan fans are eagerly waiting the show’s return, a new AoT trailer for the Season 4 Part 3 special event was just released. The event takes place in November and is going to be the first major event heralding the anime’s imminent return. Read on to watch the trailer and learn more about what’s happening. 


The Trailer Showcases What to Expect at the Special November Event

The trailer was just dropped later at night on September 20, and it showcases what to expect at the November event. You can watch it in the embedded tweet below. 

Here’s another video, just in case for any reason the one above is not viewable. 

The special event is happening on November 13 at Tachikawa Stage Garden. 


Here Are More Details About the Special November Event

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 trailer (Funimation)
Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 (Funimation)

Post Apocalyptic Media has reported on this event before, but we’re providing more details below to refresh your memory and help you keep up with what’s happening in the Attack on Titan universe. 

According to the official Attack on Titan website’s Google translation, the final event is actually two events taking place on Sunday, November 13. (A new webpage is now available here about the event.)

The first part will begin at 1 p.m. Japan time, with doors opening at 12 p.m. 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. The website warns that the times can change without any notice. 

Part 1 of the special event is a concert featuring songs from the final season. Some of the guest vocalists include “Yuko Ando, ​​Ai Higuchi, mpi, Laco (EOW), cumi (BINJU), Hannah Grace, KAREN,” according to an English translation of the website. 

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. 

Part 2 of the special event will feature members of the voice cast, including: “Yuki Kaji, Yui Ishikawa, Marina Inoue, Hiro Shimono, Kisho Taniyama, Romi Park, Ayane Sakura, Chiaki Matsuzawa (MC)” and guest artists “Yui Ando, ​​Ai Higuchi.” (These are the voices of Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Jean, Hange, and Gabi.) 

So while Part 1 of the event is going to be a lot of fun, it’s likely Part 2 that will contain tidbits and hints about what to expect in Season 4 Part 3.


When Does Season 4 Part 3 Air?

What else do we know about Season 4 Part 3?
After Season 4 Episode 28 aired in Japan (aka Episode 87), a teaser was shared that confirmed we’re getting a Season 4 Part 3. 

Season 4 Part 3 is going to air in 2023, according to the official website

We’re going to guess that they will likely stick to the same schedule they followed for Season 4 Part 2. Season 4 Part 2 premiered on January 9, 2022. So it is likely that Season 4 Part 3 will premiere in early January 2023. If they timed it right and delayed the premiere to air slightly later in January 2023, they could even time the final episode to air very closely with when the very first episode aired ten years earlier. Season 1 premiered on April 7, 2013.

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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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