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OtapediaMiku no Hi Kanshasai 39's Giving Day (Hatsune Miku Event)

Miku no Hi Kanshasai 39's Giving Day (ミクの日感謝祭39's Giving Day), known in English as "Miku's Thanksgiving Festival; 39's Giving Day" was Hatsune Miku's 1st live concert. It was held on March 9, 2010, and featured other prominent Crypton Future Media-owned Vocaloids such as Megurine Luka, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, with a special cameo by MEIKO.


On March 9, 2010, Hatsune Miku performed her first solo live concert at Zepp Tokyo in Odaiba, Tokyo. The concert was performed as part of promotions for Sega's upcoming "Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- 2nd" video game. It was held by Crypton Future Media and Sega, with additional support from piapro. The entry fee was 7090 yen. In addition to being the first concert, it was also noted for having one of the largest set lists out of all Hatsune Miku-related events, with 39 songs being sung. These songs were all included in the video for which the concert was promoting.

Tickets were immediately sold out and those in attendance were able to enjoy an over 2-hour concert. General fan reaction was extremely positive, with fans enjoying the set list as well as finally being able to support Hatsune Miku in a public and officially-licensed event.

Home Release

The event would see its release on CD, DVD, Blu-ray, and UMD (Sony's proprietary PlayStation Portable format) -- the first of its kind. While the CD release simply contained music spanning two CDs, the other formats showed video footage of the concert itself. Out of all the Miku concerts, Miku no Hi Kanshasai 39's Giving Day is most notable for having the concert audio being released in CD format. In this way, one could be driving with the concert audio playing and still feel a concert-like ambiance as opposed to studio-released CDs.


Miku no Hi Kanshasai 39's Giving Day introduced a brand-new band that catered specifically to Hatsune Miku events, known as "The 39's". Over the years, its members have changed but the band itself is a staple for events such as Magical Mirai. The following is the list of the performers for the 2010 event:
Drums: Shin Orita
Keyboard: Jun Abe
Bass: Shingo Tanaka
Guitar: Akitoshi Kuroda

Set List

# English Singer Producer
1 The First Sound Miku malo
2 It's Project DIVA. Miku Utata-P
3 (The) World is Mine Miku ryo (supercell)
4 Electric Angel Miku Yasuo-P
5 sound Miku baker
6 VOC@LOID in Love Miku OSTER project
7 Dear cocoa girls Miku Hata Aki, Kosaku Satoru
8 StargazeR Miku Kotsuban-P
9 The secret garden Miku Hata Aki, Kosaki Satoru
10-1 Miracle Paint Miku OSTER project
11 Innocence Miku Kazu-P
12 Pigeon Miku Hadano-P
13 Beware of the Miku Miku Bacteria! Miku Hayaya-P
14 PoPiPo (Vegetable Juice) Miku Lamaze-P
15 Sayonara·Goodbye Miku Noboru↑-P
10-2 Miracle Paint Miku OSTER project
16 Romeo and Cinderella Miku doriko
17 Dear Miku 19's Sound Factory
Start Guest corner
1 Tell Me!! The Magical Lyric Miku
MEIKO (backup)
2 Luka Luka*Night Fever Luka samfree
3 Dear cocoa girls Miku Hata Aki, Kosaku Satoru
4 I'll Make You Miku Miku-ed♪ Miku ika
End Guest corner
18 Two-Faced Lovers Miku wowaka
19 Puzzle Miku Kuwagata-P
20 VOiCE Miku Lovely-P
21 1/6 -out of the gravity- Miku Vocaliod-P
22 Stardust Utopia Luka Otetsu
23 Double Lariat Luka Agoaniki-P
24 Just Be Friends Luka Dixie Flatline
25 magnet Miku, Luka minato
25 Alice Miku Furukawa-P
27 Your Diva Miku azuma
28 moon Miku iroha(sasaki)
29 The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku Miku CosMo
30 Meltdown (Nuclear Reactor) Rin iroha(sasaki)
31 Heart Rin Toraboruta-P
32 Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder Len Rin (backup)
33 Promise Miku, Rin samfree
34 from Y to Y Miku Luka (backup)
35 The Farthest Ends Miku Kobayashi Onyx
36 Strobe Nights Miku kz (livetune)
37 SPiCa Miku Toku-P
38 Love Words Miku DECO*27
39 Melt Miku ryo (supercell)


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