The annual Monster Hunter orchestra concert will return in 2022, and it will take place both physically and online. Capcom and Promax will hold the concert in a hybrid format on August 27, 2022. This concert will have both physical and online audiences.
The Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and the conductor Hirofumi Kurita will return to perform tracks from the monster-hunting game series. The webpage also confirmed that the set list will include new tracks from Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak.
As of this writing, Promax has yet to open sales for the live streaming tickets. Once the tickets are available, they will cost 3,500 yen (~$26). Prospective buyers will also have to consider additional fees from the streaming platform.
Capcom and Promax have been holding Monster Hunter orchestra concerts annually since 2014. The COVID-19 pandemic caused the 2020 edition to take place without a physical audience. However, it also marked the first time Capcom launched a global live stream that people from almost all countries could watch. The 2021 concert also took place exclusively online.
Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert 2022 will take place at Bunkamura Orchard Hall in Tokyo, Japan, on Saturday, August 27, 2022, at 17:00 JST (4 AM ET). It will include tracks from Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, the latest series entry coming to Nintendo Switch and PC on June 30, 2022.