Aside from the anniversary concerts we’ve enjoyed thus far, there will also be real life concerts for Genshin Impact, through Genshin Symphony this 2022 to 2023. Performances will be held in Tokyo, Osaka and Yokohama, with the lottery-based pre-sale for Osaka and Yokohama scheduled to begin 29 November 2022, 18:00 JST.
As you might have guessed, this 2022 leg of Genshin Symphony is only in Japan, with purchasable tickets available through eplus. Tickets are typically only available for Japanese residents only unless explicitly stated otherwise. This being a real life event, that’s all the more the case. For those who may be in the country, you might still be able to try for the Tokyo performance through the Bunkamura website from today until 23 November 2022, 23:59 JST for 3 December 2022. Tickets start at 9,000 yen up to 12,000 yen.
According to the official website’s schedule, the Osaka venue will only have the night concert, while Yokohama will have both the day and night sessions. The daytime performance is scheduled for 13:00 JST, while the night run begins 18:00 JST. Osaka’s will be on 29 January 2023 at the Osaka International Conference Center, Grand Cube Osaka, while Yokohama’s will be on 11 February 2023, at the Pacific Convention Plaza Yokohama, Pacifico Yokohama.
The song list will consist of three parts, featuring songs of Mondstadt, Liyue and Inazuma, arranged by Sachiko Miyano, conducted by Ryo Nishitani, with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. We’ll have to see if other countries might be able to get similar real-life experiences too.
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