“Distant Worlds” Final Fantasy Anniversary Concert in Royal Albert Hall

A special concert entitled “Distant Worlds” will be held on November 2, 2012 in the Royal Albert Hall (London, England). It will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the international favourite of the otaku and not only – Final Fantasy. PC , PlayStation, Xbox, portable devices and cell phones as well as TV sets, cinemas and everything that can possibly transfer something electronically – Final Fantasy has touched it. This is why this November 2 will be a night to remember.

Tickets will be available starting tomorrow – Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 9 o’clock GMT and will be open until there are none available.

As well as other surprises for the guests, many new additions will be made to the usual Distant Worlds repertoire. The concert will be presented by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and under the guidance of Maestro Arnie Roth with composer Nobuo Uematsu in attendance. A VIP meet and greet reception with Uematsu and Roth will also be held after the concert, but the tickets for attending it are very limited and cost £135.

The Distant Worlds anniversary event will begin at 7:30pm GMT and tickets’ range is £25 to £65.

Source: Official Royal Albert Hall Event Page

Is this great news or not-so-great? What do you think? Comment below.

7 thoughts on ““Distant Worlds” Final Fantasy Anniversary Concert in Royal Albert Hall

    1. That’s what I thought too. You see, it’s the Albert Hall and the orchestra at that! Looks like a bargain. Though, it all depends on the changes in the show – if they are bad, I think people would hate it.

      1. True… But you can always find a reason to hate. Just doubt it so many great musicians will do something tasteless.

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