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  1. The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World of Tres - tour stopped at Osaka, Japan, on November 30th and brought forward many updates about the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC (releasing on January 23rd for PS4 and February 25th for Xbox One). A new December trailer was also teased at the concert, which leaked ahead of the official announcement of the DLC's release date and pre-order commencement during PlayStation's State of Play livestream. Most of the new information about Re Mind was announced by director Tetsuya Nomura at the evening performance, accompanied by a video shown on the screen. Due to the exclusive nature of the news, this article is a retelling of different reports from a number of the members of the audience and journalists, namely Famitsu, kyo0607_KH, sonzaisinaimono, wotan_ivalicese, finekh_ephemera, mel_lifluous3, and 0408mark58. Credits for translations go to KH13 Staff @Mio-chan and Ryuji, and Keytotruth. Guest Appearances: Yoko Shimomura, Takeharu Ishimoto & Tsuyoshi Sekito Following the established setlist for the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World of Tres - concerts, the evening performance showcased music from the series in the first part of the show, and music from Kingdom Hearts III in the second part. Composer Yoko Shimomura made her usual and clamored appearance as well. In the beginning of the second half, composers Takeharu Ishimoto (who composed music from The Carribean and San Fransokyo and several battle songs) and Tsuyoshi Sekito (who was in charge of Gummi Ship themes and world mini-games' music such as the Little Chef's Bistro and the Kingdom of Corona's festival dance) came on stage. Ishimoto has been involved in the series since working as a synthesizer operator on Kingdom Hearts II (2005), while Sekito worked on the music arrangement in Birth by Sleep (2010). Ishimoto, who usually sits in front of the computer when writing a song, expressed his appreciation at holding a concert for fans to listen to the music as it is played live. Sekito, who listened to the rehearsals and daytime performance, praised the Osaka Symphony Orchestra for their wonderful performance and was happy that the show was taking place in his hometown. Guest Appearances: Miyu Irino, Tetsuya Nomura and Ichiro Hazama After playing the piano for the song 'Rhapsody in Tres for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra', Shimomura welcomed Sora's Japanese voice actor Miyu Irino to the stage. Irino made a notable entrance by saying once of his most famous lines, "My friends are my power!" in Japanese. Shimomura mentioned Irino singing 'Under the Sea' in Kingdom Hearts II as a memorable scene. "For some reason, Sora has a part where he sings "Darling". It was something decided during production, but why would Sora, who is male, say "Darling" in his singing part?!" said Shimomura with confusion. "But then, when I heard Irino sing that part, my heart skipped a beat," she laughed. Irino talked about how he was just in middle school when he was introduced to Kingdom Hearts. He saw it in an introductory article in the Weekly Shōnen Magazine. "At that time, I thought 'I have to buy this game when it releases'," he laughed, "And by the time I noticed, I had already spent half of my life playing Sora." Shimomura then interrupted, "I want to continue talking more, but more guests are coming." This is when director Tetsuya Nomura and executive producer Ichiro Hazama were greeted to the stage with a great round of applause. With the upcoming releases of the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC this winter and Final Fantasy VII Remake on March 3, 2020, Nomura has been very busy. "I think everyone is wondering why we came," he said, laughing, "I really didn't plan on coming to the Osaka performance, but I decided to come because of Irino-kun!" Irino said, "Thank you!" And the venue erupted with laughter at their seemingly student-master relationship. Irino, who was a middle school student when first recording for Kingdom Hearts, said he had "only fun memories" and that Nomura saw him as an "innocent child". He said recording for Re:coded (2010) was the most difficult thing. Re:coded was released after Kingdom Hearts II, but shows a different version of Sora that is more similar to the one in Kingdom Hearts (2002). “I didn't think much when I played Sora in Kingdom Hearts, but after Kingdom Hearts II, there were times when it was difficult to become [the younger and data version of] Sora,” he said. Therefore, Nomura kept referring back to the sound sources from the first game all the time, like a "ritual". However, thanks to such 'rituals', Irino said that the inner "engine" that enables him to become Sora is now more efficient. He was consequently able to individualize his various versions of Sora. Kōki Uchiyama, who plays Roxas and Ventus, is also able to go back and forth between the characters as he also performed these 'rituals' of going back to the source audio frequently. Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC reveals After the various talks, it was time to reveal more information about Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind. Nomura announced that the new trailer for the DLC is complete and will be released in December along with a release date. (This was subsequently leaked and then officially released during PlayStation's State of Play livestream.) While the trailer could not be shown at the venue at the time, Nomura had a video ready to show to the audience. Nomura warned against filming the video during the event. "Don’t film. There are people that shoot and spread the information even when we say to not to." "No one should shoot! Otherwise Nomura-san won’t give you the trailer!" Irino added. "I don’t know much about overseas, but in Japan, at the KHO concerts you’re not allowed to shoot during the event even when the orchestra is not playing!" Following the warning, Nomura played the video while talking about the new features present in the upcoming Re Mind DLC. Data Greeting (or Photo Mode, as reported by many attendees) - An extended version of the camera mode. This can be accessed directly from the Main Menu and includes a Photo Album option; upon accessing this mode, the player is instantly greeted by a scene of Sora facing the sea in Destiny Islands. In this mode, characters, props, effects, locations and camera orientations can be set up freely for shooting. Multiple characters, including enemies, can be set in one photo, and poses and facial expressions can be customized. In the video shown, this mode was used to recreate scenes from past games using Kingdom Hearts III graphics, eg. the scene of Axel confronting Xion in Twilight Town (from 358/2 Days). A photo of Xehanort with Meow Wow was also shown, to which Irino commented, "Wow! That's unique!" One of the photos seemed to include the new Organizations XIII in a line with Sora in the middle. One of the photos shown reportedly included a photo of Sora, Kairi and Riku excitedly looking at a giant pancake in Destiny Islands. Attendee sonzaisinaimono drew the following sketch of the photo; we have edited it to add translations from the original sketch. Props included a Frog Prince Dream Eater and props related to bosses defeated when rescuing the Seven Princesses. A sketch of this has been provided by 0408mark58. Slideshow - A function that displayes the player's photos in a slideshow while a set music plays in the background. Premium Menu - This enables the player to adjust several difficulty settings in 'Fast Pass' and 'Black Code'. Fast Pass includes adjustments to make the game easier, such as the ability to defeat enemies with a single blow and grand magic and Attractions appearing more frequently (to the point that there can be about 6-7 spells and Attractions stacked up above the Command Menu, as shown in the video). Black Code, on the other hand, uses player-imposed restrictions to crank the difficulty up to ludicrous levels, with options such as choosing how much health you can have and restricting the use of Cure and items. ("Banning Cure?! It will be a challenge just to think about how to clear the game..." Irino commented.) In the video shown, the example battle to show these setting was against Marshmallow in Arendelle. The demo player had to constantly block Marshmallow's swiping attacks and had no way to heal (although he did use a Kupo Coin). The video also showed a setting where Sora’s MP and HP would go down gradually during battle. Irino commented, “Why would you do that?!” to which Nomura responded with a laugh. Unlike the usual difficulty modes, these settings are customizable during the game. However, these setting must meet certain conditions such as clearing certain missions. Irino added, “In Kingdom Hearts III there are several battle voices for grunts like 'ha', 'yah', and 'hyaa' with different variations, so I hope you enjoy those." It was said that these new features will not be showcased in the upcoming trailer (and they weren't). When the talk about the new Re Mind features ended, Shimomura remained on stage and expressed her gratitude for the concert tour, and the last, encore song 'Chikai -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version-' was performed. Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- has now toured all over the world! The two last perfomances will be held in Yokohama, Japan, on December 26th and 27th. Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World of Tres - Osaka Concert Photo Album Read our original report of the Osaka concert reveals here. You can read our report of the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind State of Play trailer here.
  2. The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World of Tres - tour stopped at Osaka, Japan, on November 30th and brought forward many updates about the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC (releasing on January 23rd for PS4 and February 25th for Xbox One). A new December trailer was also teased at the concert, which leaked ahead of the official announcement of the DLC's release date and pre-order commencement during PlayStation's State of Play livestream. Most of the new information about Re Mind was announced by director Tetsuya Nomura at the evening performance, accompanied by a video shown on the screen. Due to the exclusive nature of the news, this article is a retelling of different reports from a number of the members of the audience and journalists, namely Famitsu, kyo0607_KH, sonzaisinaimono, wotan_ivalicese, finekh_ephemera, mel_lifluous3, and 0408mark58. Credits for translations go to KH13 Staff @Mio-chan and Ryuji, and Keytotruth. Guest Appearances: Yoko Shimomura, Takeharu Ishimoto & Tsuyoshi Sekito Following the established setlist for the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World of Tres - concerts, the evening performance showcased music from the series in the first part of the show, and music from Kingdom Hearts III in the second part. Composer Yoko Shimomura made her usual and clamored appearance as well. In the beginning of the second half, composers Takeharu Ishimoto (who composed music from The Carribean and San Fransokyo and several battle songs) and Tsuyoshi Sekito (who was in charge of Gummi Ship themes and world mini-games' music such as the Little Chef's Bistro and the Kingdom of Corona's festival dance) came on stage. Ishimoto has been involved in the series since working as a synthesizer operator on Kingdom Hearts II (2005), while Sekito worked on the music arrangement in Birth by Sleep (2010). Ishimoto, who usually sits in front of the computer when writing a song, expressed his appreciation at holding a concert for fans to listen to the music as it is played live. Sekito, who listened to the rehearsals and daytime performance, praised the Osaka Symphony Orchestra for their wonderful performance and was happy that the show was taking place in his hometown. Guest Appearances: Miyu Irino, Tetsuya Nomura and Ichiro Hazama After playing the piano for the song 'Rhapsody in Tres for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra', Shimomura welcomed Sora's Japanese voice actor Miyu Irino to the stage. Irino made a notable entrance by saying once of his most famous lines, "My friends are my power!" in Japanese. Shimomura mentioned Irino singing 'Under the Sea' in Kingdom Hearts II as a memorable scene. "For some reason, Sora has a part where he sings "Darling". It was something decided during production, but why would Sora, who is male, say "Darling" in his singing part?!" said Shimomura with confusion. "But then, when I heard Irino sing that part, my heart skipped a beat," she laughed. Irino talked about how he was just in middle school when he was introduced to Kingdom Hearts. He saw it in an introductory article in the Weekly Shōnen Magazine. "At that time, I thought 'I have to buy this game when it releases'," he laughed, "And by the time I noticed, I had already spent half of my life playing Sora." Shimomura then interrupted, "I want to continue talking more, but more guests are coming." This is when director Tetsuya Nomura and executive producer Ichiro Hazama were greeted to the stage with a great round of applause. With the upcoming releases of the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC this winter and Final Fantasy VII Remake on March 3, 2020, Nomura has been very busy. "I think everyone is wondering why we came," he said, laughing, "I really didn't plan on coming to the Osaka performance, but I decided to come because of Irino-kun!" Irino said, "Thank you!" And the venue erupted with laughter at their seemingly student-master relationship. Irino, who was a middle school student when first recording for Kingdom Hearts, said he had "only fun memories" and that Nomura saw him as an "innocent child". He said recording for Re:coded (2010) was the most difficult thing. Re:coded was released after Kingdom Hearts II, but shows a different version of Sora that is more similar to the one in Kingdom Hearts (2002). “I didn't think much when I played Sora in Kingdom Hearts, but after Kingdom Hearts II, there were times when it was difficult to become [the younger and data version of] Sora,” he said. Therefore, Nomura kept referring back to the sound sources from the first game all the time, like a "ritual". However, thanks to such 'rituals', Irino said that the inner "engine" that enables him to become Sora is now more efficient. He was consequently able to individualize his various versions of Sora. Kōki Uchiyama, who plays Roxas and Ventus, is also able to go back and forth between the characters as he also performed these 'rituals' of going back to the source audio frequently. Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC reveals After the various talks, it was time to reveal more information about Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind. Nomura announced that the new trailer for the DLC is complete and will be released in December along with a release date. (This was subsequently leaked and then officially released during PlayStation's State of Play livestream.) While the trailer could not be shown at the venue at the time, Nomura had a video ready to show to the audience. Nomura warned against filming the video during the event. "Don’t film. There are people that shoot and spread the information even when we say to not to." "No one should shoot! Otherwise Nomura-san won’t give you the trailer!" Irino added. "I don’t know much about overseas, but in Japan, at the KHO concerts you’re not allowed to shoot during the event even when the orchestra is not playing!" Following the warning, Nomura played the video while talking about the new features present in the upcoming Re Mind DLC. Data Greeting (or Photo Mode, as reported by many attendees) - An extended version of the camera mode. This can be accessed directly from the Main Menu and includes a Photo Album option; upon accessing this mode, the player is instantly greeted by a scene of Sora facing the sea in Destiny Islands. In this mode, characters, props, effects, locations and camera orientations can be set up freely for shooting. Multiple characters, including enemies, can be set in one photo, and poses and facial expressions can be customized. In the video shown, this mode was used to recreate scenes from past games using Kingdom Hearts III graphics, eg. the scene of Axel confronting Xion in Twilight Town (from 358/2 Days). A photo of Xehanort with Meow Wow was also shown, to which Irino commented, "Wow! That's unique!" One of the photos seemed to include the new Organizations XIII in a line with Sora in the middle. One of the photos shown reportedly included a photo of Sora, Kairi and Riku excitedly looking at a giant pancake in Destiny Islands. Attendee sonzaisinaimono drew the following sketch of the photo; we have edited it to add translations from the original sketch. Props included a Frog Prince Dream Eater and props related to bosses defeated when rescuing the Seven Princesses. A sketch of this has been provided by 0408mark58. Slideshow - A function that displayes the player's photos in a slideshow while a set music plays in the background. Premium Menu - This enables the player to adjust several difficulty settings in 'Fast Pass' and 'Black Code'. Fast Pass includes adjustments to make the game easier, such as the ability to defeat enemies with a single blow and grand magic and Attractions appearing more frequently (to the point that there can be about 6-7 spells and Attractions stacked up above the Command Menu, as shown in the video). Black Code, on the other hand, uses player-imposed restrictions to crank the difficulty up to ludicrous levels, with options such as choosing how much health you can have and restricting the use of Cure and items. ("Banning Cure?! It will be a challenge just to think about how to clear the game..." Irino commented.) In the video shown, the example battle to show these setting was against Marshmallow in Arendelle. The demo player had to constantly block Marshmallow's swiping attacks and had no way to heal (although he did use a Kupo Coin). The video also showed a setting where Sora’s MP and HP would go down gradually during battle. Irino commented, “Why would you do that?!” to which Nomura responded with a laugh. Unlike the usual difficulty modes, these settings are customizable during the game. However, these setting must meet certain conditions such as clearing certain missions. Irino added, “In Kingdom Hearts III there are several battle voices for grunts like 'ha', 'yah', and 'hyaa' with different variations, so I hope you enjoy those." It was said that these new features will not be showcased in the upcoming trailer (and they weren't). When the talk about the new Re Mind features ended, Shimomura remained on stage and expressed her gratitude for the concert tour, and the last, encore song 'Chikai -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version-' was performed. Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- has now toured all over the world! The two last perfomances will be held in Yokohama, Japan, on December 26th and 27th. Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World of Tres - Osaka Concert Photo Album Read our original report of the Osaka concert reveals here. You can read our report of the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind State of Play trailer here. View full article
  3. Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World of Tres - will be stopping in London, UK this Sunday and we are all about it! Along with being the Editor for news at KH13, I also dabble in hosting cosplay meetups twice a year for London's MCM Expo. This year, my group have decided to host a third meetup just before Eventim Apollo opens its door to Kingdom Hearts fans for the - World of Tres - concert! This will be a wonderful opportunity to meet old freinds and make new ones, as well as take some cheeky photos with some amazing Kingdom Hearts cosplayers. Anyone in the vicinity of London is invited, whether you have booked your ticket for the Orchestra or not! WHEN: Sunday, November 17th from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (Doors at Eventim open at 1:00 PM, and the show starts at 3:00 PM, so you have plenty of time!) WHERE: St. Paul's Green, Hammersmith (2 minutes from Eventim Apollo; this park can be accessed either via Queen Caroline Street or Hammersmith Bridge Road; in case of adverse weather, we will congregate at The Cellar; refer to this map for guidance) KH13 hopes to see you there! JOIN OUR GROUP ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/groups/104704173001151/ RSVP TO THE EVENT: https://facebook.com/events/2516165488499406/?ti=cl Feel free to DM me with any questions! Here are some pictures from KH13's KH Orchestra London Meetup from 2017: And here are my favorite pictures from our previous Kingdom Hearts Cosplay Meets in London! As we can see, we are a fun bunch! You can check out more of our KH Cosplay Meet pictures in the album below!
  4. The SQEX Music Twitter just announced that the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- is adding two additional performances in Yokohama, Japan set for December 26 and December 27. Both shows will take place at the Pacifico Yokohama National Hall played by the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra. Each ticket will cost ¥9,166 with tax included. Starting today the site will be accepting lottery tickets for both performances at the Square Enix e-Store. For more information about these performances and the upcoming Osaka performance on November 30, check out their main site.
  5. The SQEX Music Twitter just announced that the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- is adding two additional performances in Yokohama, Japan set for December 26 and December 27. Both shows will take place at the Pacifico Yokohama National Hall played by the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra. Each ticket will cost ¥9,166 with tax included. Starting today the site will be accepting lottery tickets for both performances at the Square Enix e-Store. For more information about these performances and the upcoming Osaka performance on November 30, check out their main site. View full article
  6. New information regarding the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III: Re:Mind DLC has been revealed at the Los Angeles performance of Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- today! In keeping with his appearances at the previous Kingdom Hearts orchestras in Los Angeles and this year's -World of Tres- performance in Tokyo, series director Tetsuya Nomura made a guest appearance at the end of the concert to announce this information and present a new teaser trailer for the DLC. After coming out onto the stage, Nomura was greeted with a standing ovation from the audience. He said that he arrived in Los Angeles on the same day of the concert, commenting "I haven't even unpacked, and I accidentally came wearing sandals", eliciting a hearty laugh from the audience. Nomura then mentioned that the paid DLC was revealed at the Tokyo performance, before stating "We have prepared something to show today, for the people who came here, so have a look." He remarked that the trailer shown at the orchestra is "exclusive" (despite the trailer subsequently being published on YouTube), and that video and photography were not permitted. Nomura also revealed that the Re:Mind DLC will be launched this winter and will include "more scenes that we will like." Credit to KH13 staff member Mio-chan for providing translations of Nomura's words! Shortly after the concert, the English version of the Re:Mind teaser was uploaded on the official Kingdom Hearts Youtube channel. You can watch it below. The Japanese version is as follows: In this trailer, we witness a meeting between Young Xehanort and a cloaked figure who seems to be Master of Masters, in the Keyblade Graveyard. The scene alludes to Young Xehanort being mentored by the him, who asks him how "the world tour" went. It seems he gave Xehanort the black coat to ward off the darkness, which is interesting seeing that in this scene, Young Xehanort's eyes are of the original grey colour instead of yellow, commonly a symbol of darkness. I But the most striking scene seems to be the one between Xigbar and Luxord, both characters with roots from Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]. Luxord confronts Xigbar at in the world of Olympus, asking him who he is, but then leaves saying it doesn't matter anyway. Xigbar then wonders out loud, "The question is who are you, Luxord?" This makes an allusion to how the identity of Luxord may be central to the story of Kingdom Hearts. In terms of gameplay, the Re:Mind DLC will make the players able to play with Riku, Aqua, and Roxas in certain situations. The trailer features these playable characters during the battles in the Keyblade Gravevyard towards the end of the game. The Oathkeeper Keyblade and the Keyblade's formchange also makes an appearance. From the DLC's first reveal announcement in the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- Tokyo show, we know that the ReMind DLC will be a paid DLC to include: An additional Scenario, "Re:Mind" Limit Cut Episode + Boss Secret Episode + Boss English VA option (only for Japan; no word on an equivalent option for non-JP copies) We also know that there will be a free DLC featuring a new Keyblade and a new formchange. Lastly, another interesting feature about the Re:Mind DLC is the coda symbol featured in its logo. In music, a coda ("⊕") is a passage that brings a piece (or a movement) to an end. According to an observation made by Project Destati, this could have additional symbolism in regards to the additional story content that the Re:Mind DLC could bring to Kingdom Hearts III. You can check out some screenshots from the Re:Mind teaser trailer below! We have also uploaded a photo album with some interesting pictures from the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert at Los Angeles. Check it out below! Credit to KH13 staff member Raxaimus for representing KH13 at this event and providing us with info! Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind will be releasing this winter! What are your expectation from the DLC so far? Let us know in the comments!
  7. New information regarding the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III: Re:Mind DLC has been revealed at the Los Angeles performance of Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- today! In keeping with his appearances at the previous Kingdom Hearts orchestras in Los Angeles and this year's -World of Tres- performance in Tokyo, series director Tetsuya Nomura made a guest appearance at the end of the concert to announce this information and present a new teaser trailer for the DLC. After coming out onto the stage, Nomura was greeted with a standing ovation from the audience. He said that he arrived in Los Angeles on the same day of the concert, commenting "I haven't even unpacked, and I accidentally came wearing sandals", eliciting a hearty laugh from the audience. Nomura then mentioned that the paid DLC was revealed at the Tokyo performance, before stating "We have prepared something to show today, for the people who came here, so have a look." He remarked that the trailer shown at the orchestra is "exclusive" (despite the trailer subsequently being published on YouTube), and that video and photography were not permitted. Nomura also revealed that the Re:Mind DLC will be launched this winter and will include "more scenes that we will like." Credit to KH13 staff member Mio-chan for providing translations of Nomura's words! Shortly after the concert, the English version of the Re:Mind teaser was uploaded on the official Kingdom Hearts Youtube channel. You can watch it below. The Japanese version is as follows: In this trailer, we witness a meeting between Young Xehanort and a cloaked figure who seems to be Master of Masters, in the Keyblade Graveyard. The scene alludes to Young Xehanort being mentored by the him, who asks him how "the world tour" went. It seems he gave Xehanort the black coat to ward off the darkness, which is interesting seeing that in this scene, Young Xehanort's eyes are of the original grey colour instead of yellow, commonly a symbol of darkness. I But the most striking scene seems to be the one between Xigbar and Luxord, both characters with roots from Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]. Luxord confronts Xigbar at in the world of Olympus, asking him who he is, but then leaves saying it doesn't matter anyway. Xigbar then wonders out loud, "The question is who are you, Luxord?" This makes an allusion to how the identity of Luxord may be central to the story of Kingdom Hearts. In terms of gameplay, the Re:Mind DLC will make the players able to play with Riku, Aqua, and Roxas in certain situations. The trailer features these playable characters during the battles in the Keyblade Gravevyard towards the end of the game. The Oathkeeper Keyblade and the Keyblade's formchange also makes an appearance. From the DLC's first reveal announcement in the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- Tokyo show, we know that the ReMind DLC will be a paid DLC to include: An additional Scenario, "Re:Mind" Limit Cut Episode + Boss Secret Episode + Boss English VA option (only for Japan; no word on an equivalent option for non-JP copies) We also know that there will be a free DLC featuring a new Keyblade and a new formchange. Lastly, another interesting feature about the Re:Mind DLC is the coda symbol featured in its logo. In music, a coda ("⊕") is a passage that brings a piece (or a movement) to an end. According to an observation made by Project Destati, this could have additional symbolism in regards to the additional story content that the Re:Mind DLC could bring to Kingdom Hearts III. You can check out some screenshots from the Re:Mind teaser trailer below! We have also uploaded a photo album with some interesting pictures from the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert at Los Angeles. Check it out below! Credit to KH13 staff member Raxaimus for representing KH13 at this event and providing us with info! Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind will be releasing this winter! What are your expectation from the DLC so far? Let us know in the comments! View full article
  8. A video breakdown of the first Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert has been uploaded online courtesy of Yanilyn Gaming. It is a 34-minute vlog consisting of footage of the venue before the concert, during the intermission, and after the concert, along with a breakdown of the concert's proceedings. We will summarize Yanilyn’s breakdown, including the order of performances and important announcements from Tetsuya Nomura and Shinji Hashimoto. Additionally, both her video breakdown and her Twitter account can be found at the end of this article. Yanilyn's breakdown begins with details of the concert's venue, Tokyo International Forum. Exclusive merchandise was being sold at the venue and free items were being given. 12 different postcards featuring Chirithy in different outfits representing the different Zodiac signs were given out, along with a free Mickey pin badge that attendees had to pre-register to receive. The show itself was a total of 3 hours long, beginning with an orchestral version of Kingdom Hearts III’s Dearly Beloved. All sections of the concert had scenes from the games. Yoko Shimomura then came out to announce that the rest concert was split into two parts. The first part consisted of music from the previous games in the series, while the second consisted of music from Kingdom Hearts III. The first part of the concert's setlist is as follows: "Dearly Beloved from KINGDOM HEARTS III" "Music from KINGDOM HEARTS" Destiny Islands Traverse Town Hand in Hand Friends in My Heart "Music from Re:Chain of Memories" Scent of Silence Castle Oblivion "Music from KINGDOM HEARTS II" The Afternoon Streets Working Together Reviving Hollow Bastion Cavern of Remembrance Deep Anxiety "Music from 358/2 Days" Critical Drive Sacred Moon Musique pour la Tristesse de Xion "Pretty Pretty Abilities from Re:coded" "Music from Birth by Sleep" The Worlds Dearly Dreams Destiny's Union Night of the Dark Dream "Music from Dream Drop Distance" Dream Eaters Sweet Spirits Majestic Wings Link to All "Music from Another Time" Features various pieces from Union Cross, Back Cover, and 0.2 A fragmentary passage "Diabolic Bash" Consists of battle and boss pieces from across the series During the performance, different cutscenes were shown from each game. After the above performance, a 20-minute intermission occurred, and the music from Kingdom Hearts III began playing after that. This part of the concert was called Music from Kingdom Hearts III - World of Tres. The setlist consisted of the following: "Face My Fears -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version-" "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres I: Of Gods and Toys" Music from Olympus and Toy Box "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres II: Tangled with Scares" Music from Kingdom of Corona and Monstropolis "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres III: A Frozen Fracas" Music from Arendelle "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres IV: A Pirates Tale" Music from the Caribbean "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres V: A Hero’s Journey" Music from San Fransokyo "Overture to the Decisive Battle" Music from the Keyblade Graveyard and Scala ad Caelum boss rushes An interesting fact about the "Of Gods and Toys" section is that during the field music for Toy Box, the orchestra was snapping their fingers along with the music. Yoko Shimomura came out after "A Frozen Fracas" and introduced two fellow composers who worked on Kingdom Hearts III's soundtrack, Takeharu Ishimoto and Tsuyoshi Sekito. Ishimoto was the composer for the Caribbean and San Fransokyo worlds along with the boss battles. Sekito was the composer for the Gummi Ship and mini-game sections of KH3. Yanilyn pointed out that Ishimoto was so shy at the concert that Shimomura joked that he should introduce himself more. Meanwhile, Sekito joked about how he made cute music despite him not seeing himself as cute. Another fact that came out while the three were talking on stage was that this was the first time Ishimoto had his music arranged in an orchestral fashion. Afterward, the concert resumed with the continuation of Symphonic Suits World of Tres A Pirates Tale and A Hero's Tale. Once the World of Tres section ended, "Simple and Clean -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version" played alongside scenes of the Kingdom Hearts III ending. With the majority of the concert finished, Shinji Hashimoto was brought out by Yoko Shimomura to announce his retirement as executive producer of the Kingdom Hearts series. He is relinquishing the position to Ichiro Hazama, the producer of the Dissidia and Theatrhythm series of Final Fantasy spin-off titles. Hashimoto himself is not leaving Square Enix, and will continue serving as the brand manager for Kingdom Hearts. Hazama began introducing himself and quickly brought out the surprise guest of the night, Tetsuya Nomura. Nomura joked with Hazama for a bit about how suddenly he introduced himself, and announced that while he had nothing new to show, he had brand new DLC info to announce. Here is an overview of what he announced: Paid DLC: Kingdom Hearts III: ReMIND Additional Scenario "ReMIND" Limit Cut Episode + Boss Secret Episode + Boss English VA option (only for JP. No word on an equivalent option for non-JP copies) Free DLC: New Keyblade + New Form Both ReMIND and the free DLC have a TBA release window. With these announcements out of the way, the concert began to wind down and Yoko Shimomura came out to personally play the piano and played a special section. "Rhapsody in Tres for Piano, Chorus, and Orchestra" A section dedicated to the end credits music from KH3. After Yoko's performance ended, she left the stage, and the orchestral version of Don't Think Twice began to play, with scenes of Sora and Kairi appearing on the screen. It was a montage of their moments throughout the series, ending with Sora and Kairi about to share a paopu fruit, but then changing to the final scene of KH3, concluding the concert. Thank you so much to Yanilyn Gaming for going to the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World of Tres and making a video breakdown. Below will be her video to watch with more details of the show and her twitter account here. We will also link to our previous article that features details outside Yanilyn's breakdown along with the concert dates here. Are you interested in or going to attend the World of Tres concert? Let us know!
  9. A video breakdown of the first Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert has been uploaded online courtesy of Yanilyn Gaming. It is a 34-minute vlog consisting of footage of the venue before the concert, during the intermission, and after the concert, along with a breakdown of the concert's proceedings. We will summarize Yanilyn’s breakdown, including the order of performances and important announcements from Tetsuya Nomura and Shinji Hashimoto. Additionally, both her video breakdown and her Twitter account can be found at the end of this article. Yanilyn's breakdown begins with details of the concert's venue, Tokyo International Forum. Exclusive merchandise was being sold at the venue and free items were being given. 12 different postcards featuring Chirithy in different outfits representing the different Zodiac signs were given out, along with a free Mickey pin badge that attendees had to pre-register to receive. The show itself was a total of 3 hours long, beginning with an orchestral version of Kingdom Hearts III’s Dearly Beloved. All sections of the concert had scenes from the games. Yoko Shimomura then came out to announce that the rest concert was split into two parts. The first part consisted of music from the previous games in the series, while the second consisted of music from Kingdom Hearts III. The first part of the concert's setlist is as follows: "Dearly Beloved from KINGDOM HEARTS III" "Music from KINGDOM HEARTS" Destiny Islands Traverse Town Hand in Hand Friends in My Heart "Music from Re:Chain of Memories" Scent of Silence Castle Oblivion "Music from KINGDOM HEARTS II" The Afternoon Streets Working Together Reviving Hollow Bastion Cavern of Remembrance Deep Anxiety "Music from 358/2 Days" Critical Drive Sacred Moon Musique pour la Tristesse de Xion "Pretty Pretty Abilities from Re:coded" "Music from Birth by Sleep" The Worlds Dearly Dreams Destiny's Union Night of the Dark Dream "Music from Dream Drop Distance" Dream Eaters Sweet Spirits Majestic Wings Link to All "Music from Another Time" Features various pieces from Union Cross, Back Cover, and 0.2 A fragmentary passage "Diabolic Bash" Consists of battle and boss pieces from across the series During the performance, different cutscenes were shown from each game. After the above performance, a 20-minute intermission occurred, and the music from Kingdom Hearts III began playing after that. This part of the concert was called Music from Kingdom Hearts III - World of Tres. The setlist consisted of the following: "Face My Fears -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version-" "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres I: Of Gods and Toys" Music from Olympus and Toy Box "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres II: Tangled with Scares" Music from Kingdom of Corona and Monstropolis "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres III: A Frozen Fracas" Music from Arendelle "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres IV: A Pirates Tale" Music from the Caribbean "Symphonic Suite - World of Tres V: A Hero’s Journey" Music from San Fransokyo "Overture to the Decisive Battle" Music from the Keyblade Graveyard and Scala ad Caelum boss rushes An interesting fact about the "Of Gods and Toys" section is that during the field music for Toy Box, the orchestra was snapping their fingers along with the music. Yoko Shimomura came out after "A Frozen Fracas" and introduced two fellow composers who worked on Kingdom Hearts III's soundtrack, Takeharu Ishimoto and Tsuyoshi Sekito. Ishimoto was the composer for the Caribbean and San Fransokyo worlds along with the boss battles. Sekito was the composer for the Gummi Ship and mini-game sections of KH3. Yanilyn pointed out that Ishimoto was so shy at the concert that Shimomura joked that he should introduce himself more. Meanwhile, Sekito joked about how he made cute music despite him not seeing himself as cute. Another fact that came out while the three were talking on stage was that this was the first time Ishimoto had his music arranged in an orchestral fashion. Afterward, the concert resumed with the continuation of Symphonic Suits World of Tres A Pirates Tale and A Hero's Tale. Once the World of Tres section ended, "Simple and Clean -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version" played alongside scenes of the Kingdom Hearts III ending. With the majority of the concert finished, Shinji Hashimoto was brought out by Yoko Shimomura to announce his retirement as executive producer of the Kingdom Hearts series. He is relinquishing the position to Ichiro Hazama, the producer of the Dissidia and Theatrhythm series of Final Fantasy spin-off titles. Hashimoto himself is not leaving Square Enix, and will continue serving as the brand manager for Kingdom Hearts. Hazama began introducing himself and quickly brought out the surprise guest of the night, Tetsuya Nomura. Nomura joked with Hazama for a bit about how suddenly he introduced himself, and announced that while he had nothing new to show, he had brand new DLC info to announce. Here is an overview of what he announced: Paid DLC: Kingdom Hearts III: ReMIND Additional Scenario "ReMIND" Limit Cut Episode + Boss Secret Episode + Boss English VA option (only for JP. No word on an equivalent option for non-JP copies) Free DLC: New Keyblade + New Form Both ReMIND and the free DLC have a TBA release window. With these announcements out of the way, the concert began to wind down and Yoko Shimomura came out to personally play the piano and played a special section. "Rhapsody in Tres for Piano, Chorus, and Orchestra" A section dedicated to the end credits music from KH3. After Yoko's performance ended, she left the stage, and the orchestral version of Don't Think Twice began to play, with scenes of Sora and Kairi appearing on the screen. It was a montage of their moments throughout the series, ending with Sora and Kairi about to share a paopu fruit, but then changing to the final scene of KH3, concluding the concert. Thank you so much to Yanilyn Gaming for going to the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World of Tres and making a video breakdown. Below will be her video to watch with more details of the show and her twitter account here. We will also link to our previous article that features details outside Yanilyn's breakdown along with the concert dates here. Are you interested in or going to attend the World of Tres concert? Let us know! View full article
  10. The first Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert has taken place in Tokyo, Japan, and with it we have received our first glimpse at the concert brochure which contains the program's track list as well as special commentary from series director Tetsuya Nomura, series composer Yoko Shimomura, brand manager Shinji Hashimoto, series producer Rie Nishi, and author for the Kingdom Hearts novels Tomoco Kanemaki. Thanks to concert attendees @mel_lifluous3 and @ShanVenitas you can view the concert track list below: The special messages can be read below thanks to @mel_lifluous3, @ShanVenitas and @Skhmog To take a closer look at the concert pamphlet view the gallery below
  11. The first Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert has taken place in Tokyo, Japan, and with it we have received our first glimpse at the concert brochure which contains the program's track list as well as special commentary from series director Tetsuya Nomura, series composer Yoko Shimomura, brand manager Shinji Hashimoto, series producer Rie Nishi, and author for the Kingdom Hearts novels Tomoco Kanemaki. Thanks to concert attendees @mel_lifluous3 and @ShanVenitas you can view the concert track list below: The special messages can be read below thanks to @mel_lifluous3, @ShanVenitas and @Skhmog To take a closer look at the concert pamphlet view the gallery below View full article
  12. Today, with a Tangled animated short with music from the world, Kingdom Hearts series director Tetsuya Nomura announced another official Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres-! A translation of the announcement, provided by goldpanner, reads: Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- will feature a score of songs throughout the series as well as new tracks from the soon to be released title, Kingdom Hearts III. It will also feature new video sequences projected on a giant screen. Each performance will be played by a top-notch orchestra and choir of more than 100 musicians. It will be touring in 17 cities around the world with 22 performances in the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The tour will start in Tokyo, Japan, on April 27, 2019, with three performance. It will then visit locations around the world, only to come back to Japan in Osaka, where it will have its last performance on November 30, 2019. Locations in the United States include Chicago, Los Angeles, Orlando, New York City, Atlanta, and Dallas. The tour will also be coming to Canada, Mexico, and Brazil. In Europe, it will be visiting Cologne, Paris, and Milan and London. Singapore and Australia are more eastwards locations the tour will be visiting! Pre-sale of the tickets for each of the showings will start as early as January 30, while the general sale of tickets will take place later on in February. For the Tokyo shows, the tickets can be reserved via a lottery system starting January 29. You can find all the tour dates below; please note that all times are local times. Also note that concert schedule and ticketing information is subject to change without notification. Date Location Venue More Information and Tickets April 27-28, 2019 Tokyo (Japan) Tokyo International Forum Hall A April 27: [Lunch Performance] 11:30 Opening / Starting at 12:30 April 27: [Night Show] 17:30 Opening / Starting at 18:30 April 28: Opening at 11:30 / Starting at 12:30 Can be reserved via lottery from Square Enix e-Store from January 29 at 12:00 to February 11 at 18:00 Can be reserved via lottery from Kyodo Tokyo from February 26 at 12:00 to March 1 at 23:59 May 28, 2019 Singapore (Singapore) Esplanade Concert Hall Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 June 1, 2019 Chicago (United States) Auditorium Theater of Roosevelt University Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 June 8, 2019 Los Angeles (United States) Dolby Theater Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales From February 12, 2019 June 22, 2019 Orlando (United States) Walt Disney Theater Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales From February 12, 2019 June 28 - 29, 2019 New York (United States) United Palace Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 July 13, 2019 Toronto (Canada) Sony Center General sales starting February 12, 2019 August 24, 2019 Cologne (Germany) Kölner Philharmonie Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 September 14, 2019 Atlanta (United States) Fox Theater Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 September 28, 2019 Paris (France) Palais des Congrès Composer Yoko Shimomura will be in attendance. Meet-and-greet with signing and photo session available with VIP tickets. Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 October 5, 2019 Milan (Italy) Teatro Arcimboldi General sales starting February 12, 2019 October 19, 2019 Sydney (Australia) Sydney Town Hall Centennial Hall October 19: [Lunch Performance] Starting at 15:00 October 19: [Night Performance] Starting at 20:00 Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 October 26, 2019 Dallas (United States) Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales From February 12, 2019 November 2, 2019 Sao Paulo (Brazil) Espação das Americas General sales starting February 12, 2019 November 17, 2019 London (UK) Eventim Apollo Composer Yoko Shimomura will be in attendance. Meet-and-greet with signing and photo session available with Cat.1/VIP tickets. Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 November 23, 2019 Mexico City (Mexico) Auditorio Blackberry General sales starting February 12, 2019 November 30, 2019 Osaka (Japan) Grand Cube Osaka Details will be announced at a later date. The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra series has amassed more than 80,000 spectators in the past two years. The first Kingdom Hearts Orchestra experiences took place back in 2017, with Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -First Breath- in Japan, followed by the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour-. The -World Tour- was renewed for an Encore in 2018, adding old and new locations for the tour. The release date for Kingdom Hearts III was revealed during the Los Angeles show in June 2018.
  13. Today, with a Tangled animated short with music from the world, Kingdom Hearts series director Tetsuya Nomura announced another official Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres-! A translation of the announcement, provided by goldpanner, reads: Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- will feature a score of songs throughout the series as well as new tracks from the soon to be released title, Kingdom Hearts III. It will also feature new video sequences projected on a giant screen. Each performance will be played by a top-notch orchestra and choir of more than 100 musicians. It will be touring in 17 cities around the world with 22 performances in the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The tour will start in Tokyo, Japan, on April 27, 2019, with three performance. It will then visit locations around the world, only to come back to Japan in Osaka, where it will have its last performance on November 30, 2019. Locations in the United States include Chicago, Los Angeles, Orlando, New York City, Atlanta, and Dallas. The tour will also be coming to Canada, Mexico, and Brazil. In Europe, it will be visiting Cologne, Paris, and Milan and London. Singapore and Australia are more eastwards locations the tour will be visiting! Pre-sale of the tickets for each of the showings will start as early as January 30, while the general sale of tickets will take place later on in February. For the Tokyo shows, the tickets can be reserved via a lottery system starting January 29. You can find all the tour dates below; please note that all times are local times. Also note that concert schedule and ticketing information is subject to change without notification. Date Location Venue More Information and Tickets April 27-28, 2019 Tokyo (Japan) Tokyo International Forum Hall A April 27: [Lunch Performance] 11:30 Opening / Starting at 12:30 April 27: [Night Show] 17:30 Opening / Starting at 18:30 April 28: Opening at 11:30 / Starting at 12:30 Can be reserved via lottery from Square Enix e-Store from January 29 at 12:00 to February 11 at 18:00 Can be reserved via lottery from Kyodo Tokyo from February 26 at 12:00 to March 1 at 23:59 May 18, 2019 Singapore (Singapore) Esplanade Concert Hall Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 June 1, 2019 Chicago (United States) Auditorium Theater of Roosevelt University Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 June 8, 2019 Los Angeles (United States) Dolby Theater Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales From February 12, 2019 June 22, 2019 Orlando (United States) Walt Disney Theater Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales From February 12, 2019 June 28 - 29, 2019 New York (United States) United Palace Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 July 13, 2019 Toronto (Canada) Sony Center General sales starting February 12, 2019 August 24, 2019 Cologne (Germany) Kölner Philharmonie Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 September 14, 2019 Atlanta (United States) Fox Theater Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 September 28, 2019 Paris (France) Palais des Congrès Composer Yoko Shimomura will be in attendance. Meet-and-greet with signing and photo session available with VIP tickets. Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 October 5, 2019 Milan (Italy) Teatro Arcimboldi General sales starting February 12, 2019 October 19, 2019 Sydney (Australia) Sydney Town Hall Centennial Hall October 19: [Lunch Performance] Starting at 15:00 October 19: [Night Performance] Starting at 20:00 Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 October 26, 2019 Dallas (United States) Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales From February 12, 2019 November 2, 2019 Sao Paulo (Brazil) Espação das Americas General sales starting February 12, 2019 November 17, 2019 London (UK) Eventim Apollo Composer Yoko Shimomura will be in attendance. Meet-and-greet with signing and photo session available with Cat.1/VIP tickets. Pre-sales from January 30, 2019 at 20:00 General sales from February 12, 2019 November 23, 2019 Mexico City (Mexico) Auditorio Blackberry General sales starting February 12, 2019 November 30, 2019 Osaka (Japan) Grand Cube Osaka Details will be announced at a later date. The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra series has amassed more than 80,000 spectators in the past two years. The first Kingdom Hearts Orchestra experiences took place back in 2017, with Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -First Breath- in Japan, followed by the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour-. The -World Tour- was renewed for an Encore in 2018, adding old and new locations for the tour. The release date for Kingdom Hearts III was revealed during the Los Angeles show in June 2018. View full article
  14. KH13 will be hosting a #KH13MeetUp for the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- concert for Chicago on July 13th. KH13 News Team Staff member Leamax will be attending. The meet-up will be in two spots: the first one will be at AT&T Plaza at Millennium Park (near the Cloud Gate Sculpture) from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM. The second spot will be at the Auditorium Theater from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. For those that attend the Meet-up, you will receive a special sticker (designed by Starletheaven). You can view the design below. We will be taking photos and posting them on our site as well as Twitter. If you take any pics with us be sure to tweet about them using the hashtag #KH13MeetUp. Click here to check out the Facebook event for updates on the meet-up. We hope to see many of you at the concert!
  15. The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World Tour - Encore kicks off its 2018 season tonight! It will be premiering at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California, at 8pm PDT today. Welcome to KH13.com's live coverage of the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour - Encore concert in Los Angeles, California! After our successful presence at the KHO concerts last year in London, LA, and New York, we have decided to host another #KH13MeetUp! Staff member Raxaimus will be in attendance and hosting today's meet-up and distributing exclusive KH13 stickers! The meet-up will take place near the main entrance so that even fans without concert tickets will be able to attend! Stay tuned to KH13.com for full live coverage of the event and don't forget to also stay tuned to our social media accounts for instant live updates! Twitter| Facebook | Tumblr Articles <3 -Kingdom Hearts III releasing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 25, 2019 in Japan, and January 29, 2019 worldwide -New trailer for Kingdom Hearts III shown at Kingdom Hearts Orchestra in Los Angeles -More information on and a "few" trailers for Kingdom Hearts III to be released at E3 2018 <3 KINGDOM HEARTS III RELEASING: JANUARY 29, 2019 (NA/EU) JANUARY 25, 2019 (JAPAN) <3 Updates <3 Pre-concert (June 7, 2018 - 1:18 AM PDT) Kaoru Wada, who worked on the arrangements for the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- and the series, is boarding the plane to Los Angeles to attend the show! (June 8, 2018 - 1:31 PM PDT) Yoko Shimomura, the Kingdom Hearts series composer, went to Los Angeles to rehearse for the show! She will try hard this year so that everyone who attends it will enjoy it! (June 9, 2018 - 2:04 AM PDT) Yoko Shimomura, Kaoru Wada, Natsumi Kameoka, and other Square Enix staff have enjoyed Walt Disney Studios before the rehearsal! Concert Day (June 9, 2018 - 4:07 PM PDT) News Team staff Raxaimus, who is representing KH13 at the concert today, is getting ready! Spot him in his Project Destati shirt, hosting a #KH13MeetUp! He may be handing out KH13 stickers! (June 9, 2018 - 6:40 PM PDT) We have started our #KH13MeetUp, and have already met some fans and the X-Keepers! (June 9, 2018 - 8:00 PM PDT) Our team member, @RaxaimusKH13 has met with Kingdom Hearts Executive Producer, Shinji Hashimoto and the Vice President of Disney Japan, Justin Scarpone! (June 9, 2018 - 8:00 PM PDT) The concert is about to start! @RaxaimusKH13 has taken his seat next to @LimitForm72 and @Soraalam1! (June 9, 2018 - 8:04 PM PDT) According to @churroz, a lot of executives are present at the orchestra! (June 9, 2018 - 9:07 PM PDT) Intermission time! Two new songs added to the setlist: Dearly Beloved - Back Cover ver. and Traverse Town, Raxaimus reports! (June 9, 2018 - 10:17 PM PDT) Raxamius reports that they're playing a Toy Story Medley, "a special piece, just for us"! (June 9, 2018 - 10:23 PM PDT) Nomura is on stage! (June 9, 2018 - 10:25 PM PDT) They're showing attendees a new video! (June 9, 2018 - 10:28 PM PDT) Kingdom Hearts III release date announced! (June 9, 2018 - 10:36 PM PDT) Nomura apolgizes for the delay, but showcased a new trailer. January 29, 2019 in North America and Europe and January 25, 2019 in Japan! (June 9, 2018 - 10:36 PM PDT) Final piece of the evening is Fantasia alla Marcia performed by Shimomura herself! (June 9, 2018 - 11:01 PM PDT) Remy from Ratatouille confirmed to be in Kingdom Hearts III! (June 9, 2018 - 11:53 PM PDT) We have been asked to not post anything further on the concert today! We will update as soon as there is a public release! #KH13MeetUp and Kingdom Hearts Orchestra Gallery <3
  16. The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World Tour - Encore kicks off its 2018 season tonight! It will be premiering at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California, at 8pm PDT today. Welcome to KH13.com's live coverage of the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour - Encore concert in Los Angeles, California! After our successful presence at the KHO concerts last year in London, LA, and New York, we have decided to host another #KH13MeetUp! Staff member Raxaimus will be in attendance and hosting today's meet-up and distributing exclusive KH13 stickers! The meet-up will take place near the main entrance so that even fans without concert tickets will be able to attend! Stay tuned to KH13.com for full live coverage of the event and don't forget to also stay tuned to our social media accounts for instant live updates! Twitter| Facebook | Tumblr Articles <3 -Kingdom Hearts III releasing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 25, 2019 in Japan, and January 29, 2019 worldwide -New trailer for Kingdom Hearts III shown at Kingdom Hearts Orchestra in Los Angeles -More information on and a "few" trailers for Kingdom Hearts III to be released at E3 2018 <3 KINGDOM HEARTS III RELEASING: JANUARY 29, 2019 (NA/EU) JANUARY 25, 2019 (JAPAN) <3 Updates <3 Pre-concert (June 7, 2018 - 1:18 AM PDT) Kaoru Wada, who worked on the arrangements for the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- and the series, is boarding the plane to Los Angeles to attend the show! (June 8, 2018 - 1:31 PM PDT) Yoko Shimomura, the Kingdom Hearts series composer, went to Los Angeles to rehearse for the show! She will try hard this year so that everyone who attends it will enjoy it! (June 9, 2018 - 2:04 AM PDT) Yoko Shimomura, Kaoru Wada, Natsumi Kameoka, and other Square Enix staff have enjoyed Walt Disney Studios before the rehearsal! Concert Day (June 9, 2018 - 4:07 PM PDT) News Team staff Raxaimus, who is representing KH13 at the concert today, is getting ready! Spot him in his Project Destati shirt, hosting a #KH13MeetUp! He may be handing out KH13 stickers! (June 9, 2018 - 6:40 PM PDT) We have started our #KH13MeetUp, and have already met some fans and the X-Keepers! (June 9, 2018 - 8:00 PM PDT) Our team member, @RaxaimusKH13 has met with Kingdom Hearts Executive Producer, Shinji Hashimoto and the Vice President of Disney Japan, Justin Scarpone! (June 9, 2018 - 8:00 PM PDT) The concert is about to start! @RaxaimusKH13 has taken his seat next to @LimitForm72 and @Soraalam1! (June 9, 2018 - 8:04 PM PDT) According to @churroz, a lot of executives are present at the orchestra! (June 9, 2018 - 9:07 PM PDT) Intermission time! Two new songs added to the setlist: Dearly Beloved - Back Cover ver. and Traverse Town, Raxaimus reports! (June 9, 2018 - 10:17 PM PDT) Raxamius reports that they're playing a Toy Story Medley, "a special piece, just for us"! (June 9, 2018 - 10:23 PM PDT) Nomura is on stage! (June 9, 2018 - 10:25 PM PDT) They're showing attendees a new video! (June 9, 2018 - 10:28 PM PDT) Kingdom Hearts III release date announced! (June 9, 2018 - 10:36 PM PDT) Nomura apolgizes for the delay, but showcased a new trailer. January 29, 2019 in North America and Europe and January 25, 2019 in Japan! (June 9, 2018 - 10:36 PM PDT) Final piece of the evening is Fantasia alla Marcia performed by Shimomura herself! (June 9, 2018 - 11:01 PM PDT) Remy from Ratatouille confirmed to be in Kingdom Hearts III! (June 9, 2018 - 11:53 PM PDT) We have been asked to not post anything further on the concert today! We will update as soon as there is a public release! #KH13MeetUp and Kingdom Hearts Orchestra Gallery <3 Click here to view the article
  17. Kaoru Wada, the composer who worked for both "Hikari - Orchestra" and "Passion - Orchestra" and also for the previous Kingdom Hearts Orchestra concerts arrangements, teased through his Facebook account that two new songs will be revealed during the performance in Los Angeles, which is also going to be the premiere of the entire tour. Following, the Facebook post which Mr. Wada wrote: Actually, the official list set up for the Orchestra consists in seventeen tracks, and it is still unknown if will also feature those two newly teased tracks (which are presumably also going to be part of Kingdom Hearts III). We want to remember that Kingdom Hearts -World Tour- will be starting in June 9th, in Los Angeles. Here you can see all the avaiable dates. Will you be able to attend at any of the tour stages and then listen to those two new and mysterious tracks? Let us know in the comment section below!
  18. Kaoru Wada, the composer who worked for both "Hikari - Orchestra" and "Passion - Orchestra" and also for the previous Kingdom Hearts Orchestra concerts arrangements, teased through his Facebook account that two new songs will be revealed during the performance in Los Angeles, which is also going to be the premiere of the entire tour. Following, the Facebook post which Mr. Wada wrote: Actually, the official list set up for the Orchestra consists in seventeen tracks, and it is still unknown if will also feature those two newly teased tracks (which are presumably also going to be part of Kingdom Hearts III). We want to remember that Kingdom Hearts -World Tour- will be starting in June 9th, in Los Angeles. Here you can see all the avaiable dates. Will you be able to attend at any of the tour stages and then listen to those two new and mysterious tracks? Let us know in the comment section below! Click here to view the article
  19. The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- Facebook page has announced a new tour for later this year. The tour, Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- Encore, will feature 18 stops in 18 cities, including 11 stop in the United States. Tickets will be available for pre-sale starting on March 4th on Wildfaery at 12:00 PM local time for some of the stops while the rest of the stops will have public tickets available starting on March 13th. You can view the list of stops and dates below: Los Angeles, California - June 9, 2018 Sydney, Australia - July 7, 2018 Chicago, Illinois - July 13, 2018 Detroit, Michigan - July 14, 2018 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - July 16, 2018 Boston, Massachusetts - July 19, 2018 Toronto, Canada - July 21, 2018 Atlanta, Georgia - July 26, 2018 Dallas, Texas - July 28, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - August 2, 2018 Phoenix, Arizona - August 4, 2018 Las Vegas, Nevada - August 5, 2018 Honolulu, Hawaii - August 12, 2018 Sao Paolo, Brazil - September 8-9, 2018 Munich, Germany - September 15, 2018 Milan, Italy - September 22, 2018 Seoul, South Korea - October 6, 2018 Mexico City, Mexico - October 20, 2018 In addition to the shows planned for 2018, there are plans to renew the tour for 2019. You can read more from the official press release below. This will be the 3rd tour for the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra. The first one, First Breath, was back in 2016 while the 2nd one, World Tour, was in 2017. UPDATE [Mar 7, 2018]: Following the pre-sale of concert tickets for select locations, more information about the general sales has been made available. Read below for information about when and where you can purchase tickets during the general sales for the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra. It is unclear at what times the tickets for the general sales will be available; as only the dates are stated, this might or might not indicate a local midnight release. Keep in touch with our Twitter for reminders, countdown, and updates about the general ticket sales! ​UPDATE [Mar 21, 2018]: ​Kingdom Hearts Orchestra's official Facebook page recently posted some updates with new details. Those involves a list of all the dates at which Yoko Shimomura will be attending, but also the presence of a giant HD screen projector and the composition of the orchestra, which will features over a hundred musicians and choir. Below, the list of the concert at which Yoko Shimomura will be attending: UPDATE [Mar 26. 2018]: Kingdom Hearts Orchestra's official Facebook page updated the list in which concerts Yoko Shimomura will be attending. It is now confirmed that she will be present in Los Angeles, June 9, 2018, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. ​ UPDATE [Apr 07, 2018]: Kingdom Hearts Orchestra's official Facebook page updated the list in which concerts Yoko Shimomura will be attending. It is now confirmed that she will be present in Honlulu, August 21, 2018, at the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall. Will you be able to attend any of these concerts? Let us know in the comments below!
  20. The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- Facebook page has announced a new tour for later this year. The tour, Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- Encore, will feature 18 stops in 18 cities, including 11 stop in the United States. Tickets will be available for pre-sale starting on March 4th on Wildfaery at 12:00 PM local time for some of the stops while the rest of the stops will have public tickets available starting on March 13th. You can view the list of stops and dates below: Los Angeles, California - June 9, 2018 Sydney, Australia - July 7, 2018 Chicago, Illinois - July 13, 2018 Detroit, Michigan - July 14, 2018 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - July 16, 2018 Boston, Massachusetts - July 19, 2018 Toronto, Canada - July 21, 2018 Atlanta, Georgia - July 26, 2018 Dallas, Texas - July 28, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - August 2, 2018 Phoenix, Arizona - August 4, 2018 Las Vegas, Nevada - August 5, 2018 Honolulu, Hawaii - August 12, 2018 Sao Paolo, Brazil - September 8-9, 2018 Munich, Germany - September 15, 2018 Milan, Italy - September 22, 2018 Seoul, South Korea - October 6, 2018 Mexico City, Mexico - October 20, 2018 In addition to the shows planned for 2018, there are plans to renew the tour for 2019. You can read more from the official press release below. This will be the 3rd tour for the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra. The first one, First Breath, was back in 2016 while the 2nd one, World Tour, was in 2017. UPDATE [Mar 7, 2018]: Following the pre-sale of concert tickets for select locations, more information about the general sales has been made available. Read below for information about when and where you can purchase tickets during the general sales for the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra. It is unclear at what times the tickets for the general sales will be available; as only the dates are stated, this might or might not indicate a local midnight release. Keep in touch with our Twitter for reminders, countdown, and updates about the general ticket sales! ​UPDATE [Mar 21, 2018]: ​Kingdom Hearts Orchestra's official Facebook page recently posted some updates with new details. Those involves a list of all the dates at which Yoko Shimomura will be attending, but also the presence of a giant HD screen projector and the composition of the orchestra, which will features over a hundred musicians and choir. Below, the list of the concert at which Yoko Shimomura will be attending: UPDATE [Mar 26. 2018]: Kingdom Hearts Orchestra's official Facebook page updated the list in which concerts Yoko Shimomura will be attending. It is now confirmed that she will be present in Los Angeles, June 9, 2018, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. ​ UPDATE [Apr 07, 2018]: Kingdom Hearts Orchestra's official Facebook page updated the list in which concerts Yoko Shimomura will be attending. It is now confirmed that she will be present in Honlulu, August 21, 2018, at the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall. Will you be able to attend any of these concerts? Let us know in the comments below! Click here to view the article
  21. Today’s the day! We have finally published KH13’s 2017 Kingdom Hearts Re:CAP, a video summarising all the Kingdom Hearts highlights of 2017! We hope you enjoy this film as much as we’ve enjoyed making it! Please share with the hashtag #KH13ReCAP, and let us know what you think. Please note: This video may contain spoilers for those who are not up to date with the Japanese version of Kingdom Hearts Union χ. To avoid these spoilers, skip the following times: 31:23 to 32:47. It also shows the two screenshots from the recent Kingdom Hearts III leak; however, there is a spoiler warning within the video before these are shown. 42:30 to 42:44 - We mentioned the 10th of February for the D23 Expo Japan Kingdom Hearts Event, but visually we accidentally wrote the "15th" when it's really the 10th. <3 Credits: Written & created by Andrew Hankinson Co-written by Charriii5 & Toominator Narrated by Toominator! New theme music created by Project Destati Animations by Andrew Hankinson Footage sourced by faemarch, Leamax, WakelessDream & Everglow Trailer reactions by: TheGamersJoint SkywardWing VoltEditzz Athens THID Ndukauba Mat4yo Aquaberry Music provided by: Project Destati Blue.Nocturne Hollow Riku ViolinGamer Narutee JulianSwegL0rd The Team Players Brandon Skelton Brian Noel ThatViolaKid Brent Shredz <3 Follow KH13.com on social media for Kingdom Hearts news! Facebook | Google+ | Tumblr | Twitter
  22. Today’s the day! We have finally published KH13’s 2017 Kingdom Hearts Re:CAP, a video summarising all the Kingdom Hearts highlights of 2017! We hope you enjoy this film as much as we’ve enjoyed making it! Please share with the hashtag #KH13ReCAP, and let us know what you think. Please note: This video may contain spoilers for those who are not up to date with the Japanese version of Kingdom Hearts Union χ. To avoid these spoilers, skip the following times: 31:23 to 32:47. It also shows the two screenshots from the recent Kingdom Hearts III leak; however, there is a spoiler warning within the video before these are shown. 42:30 to 42:44 - We mentioned the 10th of February for the D23 Expo Japan Kingdom Hearts Event, but visually we accidentally wrote the "15th" when it's really the 10th. <3 Credits: Written & created by Andrew Hankinson Co-written by Charriii5 & Toominator Narrated by Toominator! New theme music created by Project Destati Animations by Andrew Hankinson Footage sourced by faemarch, Leamax, WakelessDream & Everglow Trailer reactions by: TheGamersJoint SkywardWing VoltEditzz Athens THID Ndukauba Mat4yo Aquaberry Music provided by: Project Destati Blue.Nocturne Hollow Riku ViolinGamer Narutee JulianSwegL0rd The Team Players Brandon Skelton Brian Noel ThatViolaKid Brent Shredz <3 Follow KH13.com on social media for Kingdom Hearts news! Facebook | Google+ | Tumblr | Twitter Click here to view the article
  23. Square Enix revealed their games lineup and as of yet, it does not include any Kingdom Hearts appearances. Along side this announcement, Square Enix has just revealed the revealed their merchandise lineup for Tokyo Game Show 2017. Among a bunch of Final Fantasy merchandise, Kingdom Hearts fans can find the Kingdom Hearts Concert - First Breath - album available for purchase featuring an autograph from the series' composer Yoko Shimomura. The item will be exclusive for TGS attendants and will be limited to one copy per customer due to limited stocks and will cost 3,500 yen ($31.80 USD). Also, Square Enix revealed that the new Kingdom Hearts III Sora Guardian Form Bring Arts figure will be available to purchase at the event, which was previously only available on Square Enix's online store. Currently, the price for the figure at the event is unknown. Square Enix will be open exclusively to the press from 10am to 5pm on Thursday, September 21 and Friday, 22 September JST. They will open to the public from 10am to 5pm Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24. If you want to check out Square Enix's current TGS music lineup, click here, for its merchandise lineup, click here, and for its games lineup, click here. UPDATE 1: Square Enix have released their TGS 2017 Booth Map. According to the map, Square Enix will have six game-centered booths and three other booths selling official merchandise including music. The full booth schedule will be released at a later date. You can view the booth map below. UPDATE 2: Dengeki Online has revealed via its Twitter account that Kingdom Hearts will be receiving more merchandise at TGS 2017. Firstly, a bath towel will be available with the Kingdom Hearts II cover art emblazoned on it. Also, there will be at least fifteen badges with various artworks from the series including in-game and CG renders as well as designs from Tetsuya Nomura. You can view the items below. Will you be attending the Japanese convention? If so, what is your wishlist of merch to pick up while you're there? Or are you simply going to observe the event from the comfort of your home? Let us know in the comments below. And to keep up with all KH13 news content, be sure to follow us on Twitter.
  24. Square Enix revealed their games lineup and as of yet, it does not include any Kingdom Hearts appearances. Along side this announcement, Square Enix has just revealed the revealed their merchandise lineup for Tokyo Game Show 2017. Among a bunch of Final Fantasy merchandise, Kingdom Hearts fans can find the Kingdom Hearts Concert - First Breath - album available for purchase featuring an autograph from the series' composer Yoko Shimomura. The item will be exclusive for TGS attendants and will be limited to one copy per customer due to limited stocks and will cost 3,500 yen ($31.80 USD). Also, Square Enix revealed that the new Kingdom Hearts III Sora Guardian Form Bring Arts figure will be available to purchase at the event, which was previously only available on Square Enix's online store. Currently, the price for the figure at the event is unknown. Square Enix will be open exclusively to the press from 10am to 5pm on Thursday, September 21 and Friday, 22 September JST. They will open to the public from 10am to 5pm Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24. If you want to check out Square Enix's current TGS music lineup, click here, for its merchandise lineup, click here, and for its games lineup, click here. UPDATE 1: Square Enix have released their TGS 2017 Booth Map. According to the map, Square Enix will have six game-centered booths and three other booths selling official merchandise including music. The full booth schedule will be released at a later date. You can view the booth map below. UPDATE 2: Dengeki Online has revealed via its Twitter account that Kingdom Hearts will be receiving more merchandise at TGS 2017. Firstly, a bath towel will be available with the Kingdom Hearts II cover art emblazoned on it. Also, there will be at least fifteen badges with various artworks from the series including in-game and CG renders as well as designs from Tetsuya Nomura. You can view the items below. Will you be attending the Japanese convention? If so, what is your wishlist of merch to pick up while you're there? Or are you simply going to observe the event from the comfort of your home? Let us know in the comments below. And to keep up with all KH13 news content, be sure to follow us on Twitter. Click here to view the article
  25. The Japanese music store Mora, recently sat down with Kingdom Hearts music composer Yoko Shimomura and arranger Kaoru Wada and discussed the Kingdom Hearts Concert - First Breath - tours in 2016 They also share their experiences of rearranging Kingdom Hearts music for brass and wind orchestras. Thanks to KH13 news team members Aquaberry, Mio-chan, Dengojin, Ryxekoh and Lady Aleister for their translations. The Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - First Breath - concerts were only in Japan and played in Tokyo and Osaka in 2016. Yoko Shimomura recently confirmed that music production for Kingdom Hearts III will begin after the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World Tour - concerts end. What do you think of Yoko Shimomura’s and Kaoru Wada’s thoughts on the concerts? Did you guys go to Japan for the live experience or simply imported the album? Let us know in the comments below.
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