Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Event Tickets Now Available

Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary

Consumers can now obtain tickets for the Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary event exhibit. However, they will need to participate in a lottery system on the Square Enix Members website in order to get a ticket. That said, there are some stipulations as to who can register through this system. These include being located within Japan and being at least 18 years of age. Applicants for the lottery will also need a Square Enix account. Applications will remain open until February 17, 2022. Winners will be notified if they have won a ticket sometime in early March 2022. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

A total of 150 applicants will be selected to receive tickets through the lottery system. Square Enix also shared some rules for attending the event. One rule prohibits participants from filming during the event. Anyone caught recording footage of the event will be asked to delete the footage and leave. Additionally, Square Enix stated that if you are chosen through the lottery system, your travel to Shibuya, or further accommodations, will not be paid for.

The Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary event exhibit will be held at Shibuya Hikarie. The exhibit will feature various artworks from the series, including character renders and the stained glass artworks found in Dive to the Heart. In January 2022, Square Enix outlined the event in full. Additionally, it stated that a recorded version of the event will be made available at a later date.

The Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary event will take place on April 10, 2022 in Tokyo, Japan.

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