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Submitted by bog_ger 1193d ago | news

Nobuo Uematsu tribute concert: Remaining tickets and autograph session

With soundtracks for games such as Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy, Blue Dragon, Lost Odyssey and Last Story is one of the most famous composer Nobuo Uematsu of the industry. Fans have reason to rejoice, because during the concert Symphonic Odyssey's on 9 July 2011 in the Cologne Philharmonic (Germany) the WDR Radio Orchestra plays favorite works of the master.

Actually, the concert was sold out in the evening after 12 hours. Due to strong demand they managed to plan an additional concert on the same day by 15 clock for which you can now get remaining tickets.

With so much love for his work, Ueamatsu could not resist to show up at the event: on 14:00 pm and 19:00 pm Uematsu will hold a autograph session.

If you have no time to travel to Cologne - fear not! Thanks to the WDR broadcasting, there will be an online live stream to enjoy the music video game. (Blue Dragon, Chrono Trigger , Culture, Dev, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy XI, Industry, The Last Story)

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