Square Enix will bring fan-favorite NieR:Orchestra Concert re:12018 to Chicago and London next year
Square Enix has announced that it will be resuming its “multimedia concert phenomenon” NieR:Orchestra Concert re:12018, this time in London and Chicago in early 2020.
The show, which ran to four sold-out performances in Tokyo in 2018, will give fans the chance to “experience the game world of NieR like never before”. First, the concert will travel to Chicago, USA at the Rosemont Theater on Friday 24 January 2020. A week later the tour will travel to the UK and entertain UK fans at the Royal Festival Hall in London on Sunday 24 February. 2, 2020.
“The first European and North American concerts will be performed by a full symphony orchestra and choir, and will feature the vocal styles of acclaimed soloist Emi Evans, under the direction of Grammy Award-winning conductor Arnie Roth,” explained Square Enix in a press release. Release. “NieR Replicant & Gestalt and NieR:Automata director Yoko Taro and composer Keiichi Okabe have created HD video projections especially for these concerts, which will be projected on giant screens throughout the performance.
“With these spectacular visuals, accompanied by the sonic power of over 100 musicians on stage, the NieR:Orchestra Concert re:12018 is a spectacle not to be missed.”
The NieR:Orchestra Concert re:12018 follows a number of notable game music tours, including Konami’s Silent Hill in 2015, and Skyrim the following year. And while the work of musicians who operate in the video game space is often overlooked, Classic FM recently recognized the incredible work that has become appreciated by fans around the world, even teaming up with PlayStation to host a classic video game gig in London last year. Square Enix also regularly entertains fans at its Final Fantasy XIV FanFests when The Primals and Susan Calloway take the stage.
To learn more about NieR:Orchestra Concert re:12018, visit https://nierconcert.com.