Kingdom Hearts Orchestra Concerts World Tour Announced for 2019

Disney announced multiple Kingdom Hearts orchestral concerts in all around the world starting April 2019, will include Kingdom Hearts III music.

January 23, 2019

Disney revealed multiple Kingdom Hearts orchestral concerts will be held around the world starting April 2019. The tour is officially titled “Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres-“, and will feature Kingdom Hearts songs played by a full orchestra. Songs from all Kingdom Hearts games will be played, including Kingdom Hearts III.  The World of Tres concerts follows the legacy of the “Kingdom Hearts Concert -First Breath-” concerts and the  “Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour-” concerts held from 2016 to 2018 in Japan and the rest of the world.

Here are all the confirmed dates so far, with the concert venue’s name, country, and city:


April 27, April 28, International Forum Hall A, Japan, Tokyo
May 18: Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore
June 1: Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, USA, Chicago
June 8: Dolby Theatre, USA, Los Angeles
June 22:Walt Disney Theater, USA, Orlando
June 28, 29:United Palace, USA, New York
July 13: Sony Centre, Canada, Toronto
August 24:Kolner Philharmonie, Germany, Cologne
September 14: Fox Theatre, USA, Atlanta
September 28: Palais des Congres, France, Paris
October 5:Teatro Arcimboldi, Italy, Milan
October 19: Sydney Town Hall Centennial Hall, Australia, Sydney
October 26:Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie, USA, Dallas
November 2: Espacodas Americas, Brasil, Sao Paulo
November 17:Eventim Apollo, England, London
November 23: Auditorium Blackberry, Mexico, Mexico City
November 30:Grand Cube Osaka, Japan, Osaka

Keep in mind all these dates and venues are subject to change. Except for the concerts in Japan, tickets for all concerts will be available for preorder starting January 30, 20:00 at respective local times, on event organizer La Fée Sauvage’s official site.

It’s quite interesting to see how Kingdom Hearts evolved into a massive game franchise and advertisement for Disney movies, getting its own worldwide concert tour, when the very first game on PlayStation 2 in 2002 was something like an experiment without too much money poured into it to avoid risks. Most of the story unfolding now wasn’t planned by Nomura back then either. And yet he and the other writers are handling it surprisingly well. The way its told is confusing, but the story itself isn’t, and while it is quite childish and pretty much good guys vs bad guys, it’s still great.

Kingdom Hearts III launches for PS4 and Xbox One on January 25 in Japan and on January 29 in the rest of the world. We’ve made a guide with everything you should know before diving into the game, and I strongly suggest reading our guide to avoiding spoilers.  Lastly, you can help us keep going by preordering the game via Amazon.

Iyane Agossah

Living near Paris, Iyane (He/Him) is the head of Japanese content at DualShockers. He speaks Japanese, has been loving anime and Japanese games for over 25 years and plays Genshin Impact for its story and exploration. You can reach him on Twitter at @A_iyane07.

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