The Kobe World Pro Wrestling Festival (KOBEプロレスフェスティバル,Kōbe puroresufesutivaru) is a major professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and a Gaora TV event, held by the Japanese professional wrestling promotion Dragon Gate and it is an annual pay-per-view event. It occurs every July at Kobe World Memorial Hall in Kobe, Japan. The Kobe World Pro Wrestling Festival is the successor to the Toryumon Japan Aniversario shows. The event celebrates the anniversary of the company after it was formed during the last Vo Aniversario. It is the biggest, and arguably the most important, event of the year, equivalent to the WWE's WrestleMania and the NJPW's January 4 Dome Show and it is regarded as Dragon Gate's flagship event usually held in July. The attendance has grown over the years, surpassing the limit of attendance of the Word Memorial Hall that can occupy that are 8,000 fans, while also putting additional seats each show,. The 2017 show had the higgest attendance with 9,800 fans packing the World Memorial Hall, surpassing previously set record numbers of the shows. In 2018 the events became availiable in their streaming service Dragon Gate Network. The 2018 show had lowest attendance with 4,952 fans.