Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Concert Announced for North America

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

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Square-Enix has announced a special concert to celebrate 25 years of Final Fantasy. reported that:

Arnie Roth and the Chicagoland Pops Orchestra and Chorus will be presenting Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy The Celebration on December 7th, 2012 at 8:00PM in Chicago at the Akoo Theater.

This special concert celebrating 25 years of Final Fantasy will feature classic music throughout the entire Final Fantasy series including new HD video content along with a brand new history of the series. Those who purchase a ticket will be allowed entry to the 3 hour pre-show which includes a Final Fantasy art exhibit, retrospective displays and much more.

For tickets and more information, you can visit the official Distant Worlds page here. Tickets go on sale starting July 3rd, but early birds can get in on the pre-sale beginning June 26th by using the coupon code “kupo.” Special meet and greet tickets will also be available for those fans eager to meet with composer Nobuo Uematsu. Full pricing and guest members have yet to be announced.


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