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Ace Attorney 20th Orchestra Concert Will Be Held in May 2022

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Capcom and Promax will hold the Ace Attorney 20th Anniversary Orchestra Concert on Saturday, May 7, 2022. The concert will have a physical audience at Bunkamura Orchard Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Promax will also set up a live stream for people in almost all countries and regions worldwide to follow the concert.

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Capcom has been working with Promax to hold orchestra concerts based on its game franchises. The companies also hold Monster Hunter concerts yearly. The latest Monster Hunter concert took place in September 2021.

The Ace Attorney concert will have the same orchestra group as the Monster Hunter one. Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra will perform tracks from the video games, with Hirofumi Kurita as the conductor.

Capcom is currently selling early bird physical tickets to Japanese residents who have a Capcom ID. Public sales for other tickets, including the global streaming tickets, will open at a later date. The stream ticket will be available at 3,500 yen (~$30).

The Ace Attorney 20th Anniversary Orchestra Concert will take place on May 7, 2022, at 18:00 JST (5:00 a.m. EDT). It will feature tracks from multiple titles in the franchise. The first three Phoenix Wright titles and the two Great Ace Attorney games are immediately available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is also playable on Xbox One.


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