Macross One Night Stand (マクロス One Night Stand Makurosu Wan' Naito Sutando), officially known as 15th Anniversary Macross One Night Stand or Macross 15 (マクロス１５), was a commemorative concert for the Macross 15th Anniversary event that was held on August 17, 1997 at Shibuya Public Hall, Tokyo. Ticket prices were 5,000 yen.
Macross One Night Stand is a 15th anniversary crossover concert event organized by Victor Entertainment for Macross 15th Anniversary, and featured artists from various Macross series over the decades. Mari Iijima was noted as a special guest, having flown from Los Angeles, and tickets sold out quickly. The key visuals are by Haruhiko Mikimoto. It is a highly commercialized event, and merchandise tie-ins were available for fans who attended.
The concert began with a long video showing the opening and endings to every Macross-related media at the time, including Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Super Dimensional Fortress Macross II: Lovers Again, Macross Plus, Macross 7, Macross Digital Mission VF-X and The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? (Game).
Shortly afterwards, Mari appears on-stage and exclaims, "Today, call me Minmay-chan, it is good." She then played the piano and sang classic Lynn Minmay songs such as "Sunset Beach" and "Do You Remember Love?" Like many Mari concerts, she sang an original song, 1996's "A Crescent Moon Canoe" (also the ending theme to TV Tokyo's Nerawareta Gakuen). The Macross Plus segment began, with Yoko Kanno and Akino Arai performing "Voices", then Hiroko Kasahara sang two songs from Super Dimensional Fortress Macross II: Lovers Again. The final performance was by Fire Bomber, who sang the pivotal "My Soul For You", "Power To The Dream” and “Try Again". Yoshiki Fukuyama even sang the theme to the (then) upcoming Macross Dynamite 7 theme "Light the Light". The concert ended as all the singers appeared once more on-stage.