Kingdom Hearts Orchestra debuts in LA and NY this June

Kingdom Hearts Orchestra
The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour finally reaches stateside with performances next week in Los Angeles followed by New York. What makes this show special is that the music isn’t being adapted by an orchestra. In addition the entire concert has been arranged and supervised by Kingdom Hearts game director Tetsuya Nomura. The 100 piece orchestra plus a choir will take fans through all of their favorite songs from the games.

This concert series is considered part of the Kingdom Hearts universe and will feature exclusive content and stories. They even brought in voice actors Risa Uchida (Kairi/Xion) and Megumi Toyoguchi (Aqua) to record new segments for the performance. The game’s music composer Yoko Shimomura will also appear as a special guest.

Exclusive merchandise will be available only at the concerts such as a 48-page illustrated program, concert T-shirt, and special edition CD of twelve of the concert pieces recorded and arranged in a gold embossed case.

The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra will be in Los Angeles at the Dolby Theater June 10, 11, and 14 (in case you are also in town for E3!) and in New York at the United Palace Theatre June 23 and 24.

The Kingdom Hearts series is about a team of heroes overcoming Darkness thanks to the power of friendship. The games follow main protagonist, Sora, who is gifted with the Keyblade that can help save worlds from Darkness. Furthermore, he teams up with Donald and Goofy as they travel to the many Disney worlds. And with the three combined, they plan to wstop the Heartless from consuming everything by sealing up each of the world’s keyhole. These worlds come from Disney properties like Tron, Pirates of the Caribbean, Winnie the Pooh, Hercules, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and many more.

Where To Get Your Tickets

Get your LA tickets via Ticketmaster

Get your NY Tickets via Ticketfly

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