Final Symphony Will Play Final Fantasy Music Again in 2023

Final Symphony Will Play Final Fantasy Music Again in 2023

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Final Symphony will return. Square Enix announced that it is bringing back the concert that focuses on Final Fantasy music. For the first time since 2018, it will be back. This time, it will be held at 3 p.m. BST on April 16, 2023 in Birmingham, England. The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) will be performing the pieces.

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When people can buy tickets to the performance depends on if they are CBSO Members or not. If someone is, they can get tickets at 10 a.m. BST on May 18, 2022. If not, then folks can buy on starting on May 25, 2022 at 10 a.m. BST. Depending on where you sit, it will cost between £26 (~$32) and £56 (~$70).

As in the past, Final Symphony will feature music form Final Fantasy VI, VII, and X. The schedule noted it will begin with the series’ “Opening Fanfare.” From there, it will go into FFVI songs with Symphonic Poem (Born with the Gift of Magic). After that, there will be the FFX Piano Concerto. Finally, it will close with FFVII’s Symphony in Three Movements.

When Square Enix announced the return of the Final Fantasy music performances, it referred to it as a “tour.” However, only the Birmingham performance was mentioned. During the last tour, which happened in 2018, people were able to see concerts in Australia, Austria, and Germany.

Final Symphony will be held in Birmingham, England on April 16, 2023.

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