If you’ve spent a chunk of time riding on Chocobos and summoning Bahamut, then you’re probably a diehard fan of the Final Fantasy video game series.
Can’t get those famous tunes out of your head? Then get ready for a sensational multimedia experience with the Distant Worlds: Music From FINAL FANTASY orchestral concert.
Happening on 21 October at The Star Performing Arts Centre, the performance will be a tribute to the rich history of the Buster-Sword-wielding, monster-summoning, and fireball-tossing RPG game franchise.
With the game celebrating its 30th anniversary, fans can enjoy the music pieces accompanied by stunning full HD videos that game developer, SQUARE ENIX, is widely known for.
There will be music pieces ranging from the more recent Final Fantasy XV (where the protagonist looks like a dude straight out of a Japanese boy band) to Final Fantasy VII featuring the legendary, spiky-haired Cloud Strife.
Fans will also be glad to know that Nobuo Uematsu, an acclaimed video game music composer who composed the majority of scores for the series, will be in attendance at the concert! If last year’s sold-out success was any indication, you’d best snag your tickets quick for this phenomenal showing.
As for your transport on event day, I’d suggest booking a Chocobo from your nearest Chocobo farm and ride it to the theatre. We can dream, right?
Date & Time: 21 October 2017, 7.30pm
Prices: From S$58
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