Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] III spring song Cancelled

Friday, March 20th, 2020

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oprainfall | Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] III


Aniplex America has announced that the Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] III spring song premiere has been cancelled. It was set to happen at The Orpheum Theatre on April 17, 2020. Earlier today they put out this announcement on their website and on their Twitter page. To stay in line with guidelines issued by state and federal government officials, they have had to cancel the event. For those who have purchased tickets, they will receive a full refund. The announcement says they should keep an eye out for an email from Ticketmaster soon.

This announcement also says that Fathom Events and Aniplex of America will additionally be delaying upcoming Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] theatrical releases. As for when these things will actually happen, we’ll have to wait and see. They say that new release dates and ticketing information will be released once they can be rescheduled. You can keep up to date on the situation at both their website and on their Twitter page.

Here is the actual announcement:

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