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Final Fantasy 7 Remake World Tour announced, kicks off in Los Angeles

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The Final Fantasy 7 Remake, while delayed, is shaping up to be an inevitable masterpiece. As iconic as the characters and the story, one thing that is close to the hearts of FF7 fans worldwide is its magnificent soundtrack. Now fans all around the world will be able to witness greatness as the Final Fantasy 7 Remake World Tour has been announced, with 13 stops around the globe.

You can listen to the theme entitled “Hollow” here and some commentary by none other than Nobuo Uematsu.

 

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake World Tour will allow fans to experience symphonic arrangements of the music from the upcoming remake as performed by an orchestra of over 100 musicians and led by legendary conductor Arnie Roth.

First stop of the concert will be in Los Angeles, around the time when E3 will be happening. In between, stops in New York, London, Tokyo, and other countries will be scheduled as well.

For fans from the Philippines, sorry, no PH stop but you’ll have a chance when the tour hits Singapore, Bangkok, and Tokyo as these are the nearest venues we can get to without breaking the bank too much. Tickets will start to go on sale this month.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be releasing on April 10, 2020.

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