Trials of Mana Orchestra Concert

Trials of Mana 25th Anniversary Orchestra Concert Scheduled for June

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Square Enix has announced that a Trials of Mana orchestra concert is scheduled for June 26, 2021. The concert was originally scheduled for May 10, 2020 but was inevitably delayed due to situations surrounding COVID-19. However, Square Enix now has plans to broadcast the concert online. Consumers can currently pre-purchase tickets from three distributors. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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The tickets for the Trials of Mana 25th anniversary orchestra concert will cost ¥4,000, or roughly $36. However, each of the three distributors will have their own fees for viewing the concert through their platform. Consumers can pre-purchase special tickets that feature unique artwork created for the concert until June 11, 2021.

The broadcast will be available to watch online until July 3, 2021. Consumers who have purchased tickets will be able to watch the broadcast as much as they want until the broadcast is no longer available for viewing. Due to the nature of the broadcast, the performance will be pre-recorded.

Hiroki Kikuta, the original composer of the game, will be the guest composer for the Trials of Mana concert. The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra will perform at the venue, with Orie Suzuki acting as the conductor. As it stands, the program remains unchanged outside of its delay.

Trials of Mana is immediately available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC.


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