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Falcom jdk Band Live 2022 Concert Will Take Place in February

Clouded Leopard Entertainment and Nihon Falcom will hold the Falcom jdk Band Live 2022 concert on February 12, 2022. The concert will take place through an online live stream. People from all around the world will be able to watch it on KKTIX. Tickets for the stream are immediately available for purchase at 699 New Taiwan Dollars (roughly $25) until February 19, 2022.

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The band will mostly perform music from the Trails and Ys series in this concert. The show will also feature a live reading session performed by Daisuke Ono and Yui Ishikawa, the voice actors of Kuro no Kiseki‘s Van Arkride and Risette Twinings.

Here is the full setlist for the upcoming Falcom jdk Band Live 2022 concert:

  1. “The Pulse Towards Tomorrow” from Trails of Cold Steel
  2. “Where the Light Flashes” from Trails of Cold Steel II
  3. “I’ll remember you” from Trails of Cold Steel II
  4. “Step Ahead” from Trails of Cold Steel III
  5. “Love Poem” from Trails of Cold Steel IV
  6. “Wild Beat” from Kuro no Kiseki
  7. “Sunshine Coastline” from Ys VIII
  8. “Cloaca Maxima” from Ys IX
  9. “End of the Nameless Nightmare” from Kuro no Kiseki
  10. “Nayuta no Hoshi no Monogatari” from The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails

The Falcom jdk Band Live 2022 concert will take place exclusively online on February 12, 2022. It will also celebrate the Korean and Traditional Chinese releases of The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki for PlayStation 4 in East Asia on February 10, 2022.

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