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One Piece Music Symphony Continues World Tour in Los Angeles on July 6

ONE PIECE is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and one of the projects is the ONE PIECE Music Symphony 25th anniversary world tour, which will continue this Saturday, July 6, in Los Angeles. It previously began with a performance on June 1 in South Korea.

In the performance, fans can relive the best moments from the Straw Hat Crew’s adventures with anime scenes together with the sound of the show’s most vibrant music created by a 50-musician orchestra.

ONE PIECE Music Symphony – 25th Anniversary World Tour Trailer

The music program will feature all the iconic songs ONE PIECE fans love, as well as some new pieces specifically made to celebrate the occasion, such as the brand-new TV opening “UUUUUS!,” the emotional “Haha naru Umi” (Mother Sea), the lighthearted “Sekai no ichiban oden da!!” (This is the best oden in the world!!), and last, but not least, the intense “Ore no saikouchiten” (Luffy’s Gear 5 Theme).

In addition, the Los Angeles performance on July 6 and the Paris performance on November 30 will feature special appearances by composer Kohei Tanaka and singer Hiroshi Kitadani (“We Are!”, “We Go!”, “OVER THE TOP”, “Assu!”). They will perform live along with the orchestra and attend a meet and greet session for VIP ticket holders.

ONE PIECE Composer Kohei Tanaka Message
Hiroshi Kitadani Message

The full list of the remaining performances and links to buy tickets can be found below.

ONE PIECE Music Symphony is described as the one and only official concert dedicated to the adventures of ONE PIECE. The ONE PIECE 25th anniversary world tour will present a new program, featuring all the most memorable moments from TV series’ past 25 years on a big screen synced with the orchestra’s performance.

We also got a chance to interview Julien Mombert, the founder, producer, and presenter of the world’s only official ONE PIECE orchestra.

Source: Press Release, Official Website
© Eiichiro Oda / Shueisha, Toei Animation

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