The Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert 2021 has officially been revealed for September 28, 2021. The Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert has been a yearly event for a while now but 2020’s concert was the first to take place without a live in-person audience thanks to the pandemic. The Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert 2021 will follow and it will be live streamed by Globe Coding with songs from across the various games. The focus will be on Monster Hunter Rise for the Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert 2021. Check out a trailer for Monster Hunter Rise showcasing some of the soundtrack’s making below:

In addition to Hirofumi Kurita, who has been the conductor since 2014 for the Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert, it will be performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra with guest vocals from Hideki Ishigaki and Momoka Enomoto. Series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto will be present with a guest talk. Read my interview with him here in the lead up to the release of the excellent Monster Hunter Stories 2.

Check out the official Monster Hunter Orchestra Concert 2021 information website here. Tickets will be priced at 3,000 Yen or $28.

Monster Hunter Rise is out now on Nintendo Switch and it will release on PC in 2022. Read my review of the Switch version here.

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