Laid-Back Camp Season 2 English dub FINALLY on its way – only took 3 years

It has only taken Crunchyroll three years to provide a Laid-Back Camp, Season 2 English dub.


Yes, English dub fans will be thrilled to know, you finally have a Laid-Back Camp, Season 2 English dub to look forward to and, not only to look forward to, but to be able to start watching — tomorrow.

I guess when Crunchyroll finally gets with the program, they do so pretty fast, eh?

Along with the announcement of an English dub for the second season of the hit anime series, the streaming platform has also named the Laid-Back Camp, Season 2 English dub cast.

It includes a number of the voice actor world’s most successful actors, with some of your favorites likely included on it.

The Laid-Back Camp, Season 2 English dub cast

The just announced dub cast features some of the industry’s most popular and most successful English language voice actors, including:

  • Celeste Perez (Ann in Sugar Apple Fairy Tale) who is voicing Rin
  • Morgan Lauré (Aki in Masamune-kun’s Revenge R) who plays Nadeshiko
  • Molly Zhang (Akane in My Clueless First Friend) as Ena
  • Katelyn Barr (Lawrence in Saint Cecilia and Pastor Lawrence) who is voicing Chiaki
  • Hannah Alyea (Cecilia in Saint Cecilia and Pastor Lawrence) as Aoi
  • Phil Parsons (Klaus in Blood Blockade Battlefront) is voicing Wataru
  • Kelsey Cruz (Emily in My Unique Skill Makes Me OP Even at Level 1) as Saki
  • Katie Wetch (Kaoru in I Shall Survive Using Potions!) as Ayano
  • Ian Sinclair (Magna in Black Clover) as Clerk
  • Larry Cassady is the Narrator

Shawn Gann is the English dub Voice Director, Heather Walker is adapting the original Japanese anime for English language, and Susie Nixon is the Producer.

The original Japanese language Laid-Back Camp, Season 2 was directed by Yoshiaki Kyogoku, with Jin Tanaka (Oshi no Ko) in charge of series composition, and Mutsumi Sasaki (Yuru Camp, Season 1) designing the characters.

The Laid-Back Camp anime series is based on the hit manga series by Afro.

Yen Press is publishing the series in English, in both paperback and digital versions, with the manga’s 14th volume coming out last October.

The English dub for Laid-Back Camp, Season 2 will stream on Crunchyroll starting tomorrow, January 24th, 2024.

Until then, watch the trailer for the original Japanese season. In any language, the anime is still cuter than cute and so are those adorable girls.