Performed by Japan’s oldest and largest symphony orchestra the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, ‘Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert 2020’ is coming to its audience digitally for the first time this October 3, 2020.
A partnership between Live Nation Japan and Promax Inc., the orchestra will be playing, via livestream, hits from the world-renowned action game Monster Hunter.
This year commemorates the game’s 16th anniversary — showcasing combination of video visuals featuring beloved characters and monsters from the game.
Conducting the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Hirofumi Kurita will be performing alongside Shakuhachi and Shamisen traditional Japanese musical instrument group HIDExHIDE; guitarist Daisuke Miyazaki and behind-the-scenes talk with ‘Monster Hunter’ series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto.
In 2019, the orchestra toured five cities in Japan to celebrate the game’s captivating content. And in 2020, holding its first online show for hunters all over the world to enjoy.
Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert 2020 is happening today (3 October), 7pm (PH/MY Standard Time) or 6pm (ID/TH Standard Time). Video on Demand is available from 4-10 October, 11am (MY/PH Standard Time) or 10am (ID/TH Standard Time)
Tickets are available at US$28 on a pay-per-view basis. More information and tickets, click here.
International stream will not be available in Japan and China.