Chrono Cross 20th Anniversary Concert AnnouncedThe concert premieres in November, the month the game originally released.02.01.19 - 11:53 PM
Yasunori Mitsuda is at it again! Last year, the composer celebrated the 20th anniversary of Xenogears with a concert, which is releasing on Blu-ray in March.
Now, another game composed by Mitsuda is turning 20 years old: Chrono Cross.
The Chrono Cross 20th Anniversary Live Tour 2019 premieres in November, the month the game originally came out in Japan. If you are in Japan, you will be able to catch the concert three times. The first showing will be in Tokyo at Toyosu PIT on November 3rd. The second showing will be on November 16th in Osaka at the Namba HATCH. The last day of the concert will be on November 17th at Aichi's Nagoya Diamond Hall.
Yasunori Mitsuda, who is personally arranging the concert, also said the event will be standing only because he wishes for both fans and the musicians to "share their energy and enjoy the music together." Furthermore, to bring the audience further into the experience, Mitsuda's PROCYON Studio tweeted that they are considering fans' suggestions for the final setlist. If you want to hear a certain song at the concert, be sure to tweet using the hashtag #ChronoCrossTour.
Tickets have yet to go on sale, but check back at RPGFan as the story develops! Don't get the hype? Read our review of Chrono Cross's soundtrack!