Japanese Animated Theatrical Film ‘Sound! Euphonium: The Movie - Our Promise: A Brand New Day’ Coming to U.S. Cinemas on July 11 & 15

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  • WHAT: Following its release in its native Japan, an all-new Sound! Euphonium story following the Kitauji High School concert band club, from the novels by Ayano Takeda, is coming to select U.S. movie theaters nationwide. From Kyoto Animation, the studio that brought you “A Silent Voice,” “Liz and the Blue Bird,” and “Violet Evergarden”comes the long-awaited sequel in the Sound! Euphonium franchise, “Sound! Euphonium: The Movie - Our Promise: A Brand New Day.” With this sequel, series director Tatsuya Ishihara reprises his directorial role to create a film that is sure to delight diehard fans and newcomers alike.


As a special bonus to ensure that fans who haven’t seen the series can enjoy the film without missing a beat, a ten-minute recap of Sound! Euphonium Seasons 1 and 2 will play before “Our Promise: A Brand New Day.”


  • WHO: leading event cinema distributor Fathom Events and ELEVEN ARTS, a distribution company known for bringing high-quality Japanese anime to North America.


  • WHEN:

Thurs., July 11, 2019 (in Japanese with English subtitles) - 7:00 p.m. local time

Mon., July 15, 2019 (English dubbed) - 7:00 p.m. local time


  • WHERE: Tickets forSound! Euphonium: The Movie - Our Promise: A Brand New Day” can be purchased online by visiting FathomEvents.com or at participating theater box offices. A complete list of theater locations is available on the Fathom Events website (theaters and participants are subject to change).


SYNOPSIS: While Sound! Euphonium's “Liz and the Blue Bird” explored the relationship of bandmates Mizore and Nozomi and took on a radical new art style,Our Promise: A Brand New Day” returns to Sound! Euphonium's familiar style and the story of franchise protagonist Kumiko Oumae, now in her second year of high school. Follow Kumiko as she takes on the role of mentor towards the incoming class of new members of the Kitauji High School concert band club as the group aims to take the gold at the National Championship competition.




For artwork/photos related to “Sound! Euphonium: The Movie - Our Promise: A Brand New Day” visit the Fathom Events press site.


For Fathom Events:

Katherine Schwappach / kschwappach@fathomevents.com / 720-262-2713

Erik Stein / estein@solters.com / 818-761- 4645


For Eleven Arts:

Chris Platt /chris@elevenarts.net / 310-445-0818

Deborah Gilels / ddgilels@prodigy.net / 818-758-6509