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Kingdom Hearts Orchestra announces World Tour – stops in Singapore, Japan and more confirmed

Kingdom Hearts Orchestra announces World Tour – stops in Singapore, Japan and more confirmed

Kingdom Hearts will bring its soundtrack to life through a full orchestra on a worldwide tour this year.

In 2002, Disney and Square Enix worked together to release the role-playing game Kingdom Hearts for PlayStation 2. Since then, they have released multiple spin-offs and two series, with 2019's Kingdom Hearts III being the latest. The game was released in Singapore today.

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This year marks the 15th anniversary of the game series and to celebrate, the world-class Kingdom Hearts Orchestra will embark on its third concert tour to showcase the series' popular songs and new ones from the latest edition. During the show, game footage will be played in the background to accompany the orchestral arrangements to give attendees a fully immersive experience.

Complete tour dates are below.

April 27, 28 – International Forum A, Tokyo, Japan
May 18 – Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore
June 1 – Auditorium Theater of Roosevelt University, Chicago
June 8 – Dolby Theater, Los Angeles
June 22 – Walt Disney Theater, Orlando
June 28, 29 – United Palace, New York
July 13 – Sony Centre, Toronto
August 24 – Kolner Philharmonie, Koln, Germany
September 14 – Fox Theatre, Atlanta
September 28 – Palais des Congres, Paris
October 5 – Teatro Arcimboldi, Milan, Italy
October 19 – Sydney Town Hall Centennial Hall, Sydney, Australia
October 28 – Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie, Dallas
November 2 – Espacodas Americas, Sao Paulo
November 17 – Eventim Apollo, London
November 23 – Auditorium Blackberry, Mexico D.F.
November 30 – Grand Cube, Osaka, Japan

Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour will happen on Saturday, May 18, at the Esplanade Concert Hall. Pre-sale tickets are available here from 30 January onwards. General sales will start from 12 February at SISTIC.com.

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