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Final Fantasy: Distant Worlds is back! Presale Feb 25 9am
I saw this a couple years ago, and was blown away hearing my favorite FF songs played live. I just got the pre-sale notice a few minutes ago, and thought some other RS'ers may be interested. See you there!
The VSO presents Distant Worlds: the Music of Final Fantasy, performed live by the VANCOUVER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA! Scenes from the games will be shown in exciting high-definition video on the big screen while the orchestra, the UBC Opera Ensemble, and conductor Arnie Roth play the award-winning music, including Dancing Mad, an epic score featuring the Orpheum’s mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ! Concert selections include: FINAL FANTASY VI: Dancing Mad; FINAL FANTASY SERIES: Prelude FINAL FANTASY VIII: Liberi Fatali; FINAL FANTASY SERIES: Battle & Victory Theme Medley; FINAL FANTASY SERIES: Chocobo Medley 2012; FINAL FANTASY IX: Not Alone; and much more.
Wednesday, April 24th, 8pm, Orpheum
This concert is available to recipients of the VSO ENews, with an EXCLUSIVE 10% pre-sale discount available until Sunday, March 3rd!
Pre-Sale begins Tuesday, February 26th at 9am. To access your EXCLUSIVE 10% pre-sale discount for up to four (4) tickets, please enter the following promotional code when you go to order your tickets: fantasy1
I'm assuming that there is the standard dress code (formal/semi formal) at these events? Just curious to know if that's mandatory, because I also assume that there are going to be people cosplaying haha.
Asked around and have gotten a lot of interest from my friends/family.
Going to be pre-ordering around 8-10 tickets by Friday... My question to those who have been before is whether or not spending the extra 25$ is worth it to go from A Row to C row? Are the acoustics better if you spend the extra dough? Or is it just mainly to get a better view of the orchestra?