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Dream Festival! R Anime's Video Reveals October 6 TV Premiere, Theme Song Artists

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Anime's 1st episode premiered online on Wednesday

The official website for the Dream Festival! "five-dimensional idol support project" began streaming a promotional video for Dream Festival! R, the television anime's second season, on August 18. The video reveals the anime's October 6 television premiere and theme song artists.

DearDream performs the opening theme song "Yume no Kodō," and DearDream and KUROFUNE perform the ending theme song "ALL FOR SMILE!"

The anime premiered its first episode online on Wednesday.

The main staff and cast from the first season are returning. Returning cast members include:

New cast members include:

Crunchyroll streamed the first 12-episode series as it aired last fall, and describes the series:

The Dream Festival is the stage that all idols dream of singing on, with their professional debut on the line. In order to get there, idols work their hardest every day to perfect their performance... and the key to coming out on top is the Dream Festival Cards sent by fans to their favorite idols. Receiving these Cards makes the idols who make it to the stage shine even brighter. Now head to the Dream Festival with your Dream Festival Card in hand for the idol you love most!

Dream Festival! is the net and television anime adaptation the all-male "2.5D idol project" from several Bandai Namco Group companies. When the website announced the second season, it changed its description of the anime to "five-dimensional idol support project" (2D idols + 3D cast = 5D).

The premise of the project follows five aspiring male idols at a fictional talent agency. In the world of Dream Festival, fans support their idols with Dream Festival! Cards (a.k.a. "Dorika"). These cards unlock costume changes and special stage performances during the idols' performances.

The project targets the female demographics in their teens, 20s, and 30s, and also includes a game app, CDs, character goods, music videos, live concert events, and more. All of these media plans are tied with the official Dream Festival! Card items, which Bandai began selling this spring. The free smartphone game app that is now available links with these Dream Festival! Cards.

The project's member companies include Bandai Namco Pictures, Bandai, Bandai Namco Rights Marketing (Bandai Channel), Lantis, Amuse, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Banpresto, and Beams. Many of these same companies are also involved in the Aikatsu! and Love Live! idol projects.

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