Distant Worlds: Celebrating 25 Years of Final Fantasy in London

It’s hard to believe that 25 years ago the first HP was shed in what become one of SQUARESOFT’s flagship franchises; Final Fantasy. And to celebrate, famed series composer Nobuo Uematsu will jet off to London where he’ll join The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra for a special Distant Worlds program at the Royal Albert Hall which promises to be full of new additions and surprises.

Tickets for the show, taking place on Friday 2 November, sold out within minutes of going online at 9am on Thursday 15 March. Regular tickets ranged in price from £25-65, while a VIP package was also available priced at £135.

The VIP package includes;

  • Premium seating for the performance in the Stalls, Section K
  • Post-show standing reception in a Royal Albert Hall room
  •  Beer, wine and soft drinks served with nibbles
  • Meet with composer Nobuo Uematsu and conductor Arnie Roth
  • Tour booklet including images from Yoshitaka Amano
  • Autograph session and photo opportunity
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About Tom Smith
Some say he's fuelled on nothing but energy drinks, and that when he visits Japan, he spends the whole time engaging the ground in an all too familiar way. But what we do know is that his words on the country's entertainment and culture find their way into NEO Magazine on a monthly basis, while everything else finds its way here. Be it quirky news item from the Land of the Rising Sun, or a story so gruesome it'd be rude not to pass it on, you'll find it here along with his general posts about life, work and most importantly play. And yes, he has had articles printed in the likes of MCV, GamesMaster, 360 Gamer and more, thanks for noticing.

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