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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on May 31, 2017

News: If you are going to be in the Los Angeles area for E3 then you might want to check out the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra Tour.


E3 is coming up and that means there are going to be a lot of activities going on in the Los Angeles area during that week. One such activity is the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra Tour. There will be three performances during the week on June 10, June 11 and June 14 at the Dolby Theatre.

Fans and music lovers alike will soon be able to enjoy the first-ever official concert of the Kingdom Hearts video game series. From the music to the HD video and syncing, 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, with amazing HD video cinematics supervised by director Tetsuya Nomura. Additionally, the tour celebrates the 15th anniversary of the multi-million selling video game series and the upcoming release of its latest episode.

The upcoming U.S. performances of Kingdom Hearts Orchestra – World Tour – will also feature:

Exclusive Scenario Content

Entirely supervised by game director Tetsuya Nomura himself, this concert series is considered part of the Kingdom Hearts universe and will feature some content and stories. Voice actors Risa Uchida (Kairi / Xion) and Megumi Toyoguchi (Aqua) have recorded three short voice sequences featured specially in the concert.

Composer Yoko Shimomura in Attendance

Each show will feature music composer Yoko Shimomura as a special guest. She will appear on stage, and 150 VIP tickets are available for each show to meet and greet with her after the performance (one signature and one photo per person).

Exclusive Merchandising Lineup

The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra – World Tour – features an exclusive line of products that are only available for sale at each performance. A 48-page concert program will be available featuring the first ever cross-interview between director Tetsuya Nomura and composer Yoko Shimomura, and with many music notes and gorgeous illustrations. In addition to the program, fans will find an official T-shirt with an original illustration of Sora’s Chief Conductor Keyblade with a stand in a deluxe box, and an elegant pouch and cardholder.

Special Featured CD

Twelve pieces of the concert have been recorded in their concert’s arranged version for a special CD edition, with a gold-embossed CD package. Now, fans can relive their experience at the concert from the comfort of their home after the show! The CD is available at each concert and at http// in countries where a performance has already been held (now available in France, United Kingdom, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan).

The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour will be uniting the worlds and characters of Final Fantasy and Disney. Kingdom Hearts follows the adventures of Sora, Goofy and Donald as they rescue their friends and the whole world. With two major games, Kingdom Hearts I and II, released on PlayStation 2 (and re-released in HD on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4), and six spin off games over multiple platforms, the saga has touched millions of fans around the globe. Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World Tour is the first-ever official concert world tour of the saga, celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of the multi-million selling video game series and the upcoming release of its latest episode. Music composer Yoko Shimomura (Legend of Mana, Parasite Eve, Street Fighter II and Xenoblade Chronicles) lends her fantastic composition, which has long played a prominent role in Kingdom Hearts. The soundtrack features hit songs from Japan’s best-selling pop artist, Utada Hikaru. The single Hikari, from Kingdom Hearts I, topped the 1st rank of the Oricon, the Japanese records sales chart for weeks, was 2002’s tenth best-selling single and certified Double-Platinum. The single “Passion" from Kingdom Hearts II was also certified Gold Disc by the RIAJ.

In addition to the shows in Los Angeles during E3 week there will be some other upcoming shows as well. The schedule is below:

Los Angeles - June 10, 11, & 14 - Dolby Theatre

Buy tickets for the LA performances at

New York - June 23 & 24 - United Palace Theatre

Buy tickets for the New York performances at

Osaka, Japan - July 8 - ORIX Theatre

Buy tickets at There are a limited number of tickets for non-Japan residents.

Do you plan on attending one of these shows? Have you purchased the Kingdom Hearts remasters? Are you excited for Kingdom Hearts III? Tell us what you think below.

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