After performing concerts in Tokyo, Paris, and London last March, the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour is headed to the United States.
The tour is making two stops in the US, hitting both coasts. First stop is Hollywood with concerts at the Dolby Theatre on June 10, 11, and 14. After that, the concert tour heads east to the Empire State with concerts at New York's United Palace Theatre on June 23 and 24.
This marks the first time Kingdom Hearts fans and music lovers alike will be able to enjoy the first-ever official concert of the Kingdom Hearts video game series in the USA. From the music to the HD video and syncing supervised by director Tetsuya Nomura (including three short voice sequences featured specially in the concert), the show will feature a selection of the saga’s best and most beloved music from the original soundtrack. The concert features more than 100 orchestral musicians and choir singers on stage.
The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour coincides with the 15th anniversary of the launch of the Kingdom Hearts franchise.