Head’s up, anime and manga fans! Get your Flying Nimbus ready because a unique concert experience is coming to Toronto.
Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure, presented by Kashamara Productions, is taking place at Meridian Hall on June 9 and 10, 2023.
Music from the original Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z series will be performed by a full orchestra, while storylines from both TV shows will be played in HD on a giant screen.
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Dragon Ball first debuted as a manga (Japanese comics or graphic novels) in Weekly Shōnen Jump in 1984. As well as the two anime series, there have been over 20 animated feature films and three TV specials set in the mystical martial arts world.
The popular franchise also includes numerous video games, collectible trading card games, and the 2009 Hollywood live-action adaptation.
Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure is created and produced by Overlook Events and the concert originally debuted in Paris in 2018 as part of the 30th anniversary of the series in Europe.
Attendees at the Meridian Hall will hear a 60-piece orchestra, live vocals, and music from Japanese composer Shunsuke Kikuchi.
Also performing in Toronto will be Hiroki Takahashi, the original singer of the Dragon Ball series. Expect to hear many classics from the series, including “Cha-La Head- Cha-La,” “We Gotta Power,” “Makafushigi Adventure,” and more.
VIP and general admission tickets for Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure go on sale Friday, December 2 through Ticketmaster.
Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure
When: June 9 and 10, 2023
Time: 7:30 pm
Where: Meridian Hall – 1 Front St E, Toronto
Tickets: On sale Friday, December 2 through Ticketmaster