NieR: Orchestra Concert at DAR Constitution Hall

NieR Tickets

DAR Constitution Hall | Washington, District Of Columbia


Glory to Mankind!

The newest multimedia Concert from the minds of original NieR series director Yoko Taro and composer Keiichi Okabe! Produced by the legendary video game developer SQUARE ENIX, and the masters of multimedia production, AWR Music Productions. Get ready to experience an epic new installment from the NieR series, in NieR:Orchestra Concert 12024 [ the end of data ].

NieR:Orchestra Concert 12024 [ the end of data ] comes to the DAR Constitution Hall on Saturday, October 26th 2024

Your favorite androids, 2B and 9s, return in a brand-new storyline, featuring original recorded readings by 2B, voiced by Kira Buckland, and 9S, voiced by Kyle McCarley. With original game music performed by a full symphony orchestra and chorus, plus, solo performances from original NieR series singers Emi Evans and J’nique Nicole

Hit that "Get Tickets" button now to immerse yourself in the NieR universe, like never before!

Brought to you by the multidimensional musical service and production company, AWR Music, partnering with the game developer SQUARE ENIX to create; A New World: intimate music from FINAL FANTASY, Distant Worlds V: more music from FINAL FANTASY, and FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Orchestra World Tour. Other concerts AWR Music has created from video games include Undertale LIVE, an interactive adventure based on Toby Fox’s indie video game hit. They are also behind the productions of The Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience, Barbie as Rapunzel, and Barbie in the Twelve Dancing Princesses, and many more concerts with live bands and orchestras, working with the likes of, Styx, The Beach Boys, Manheim Steamroller and more.

Plug yourselves into a brand-new storyline in the world of NieR. NieR:Orchestra Concert 12024 [ the end of data ] storyline revolves around the two androids, 2B and 9S. Revived in the year 11945, the androids are both damaged and need to scavenge to make repairs, during their search, they discover an underground alien ship, and a portal to a ruined city currently occupied by machines.

This multidimensional story comes directly from the original series creator, Yoko Taro, with music composed for the games NieR: Replicant and Automata by Keiichi Okabe. While the story is a continuation of, and combining of the two games, it also stands on its own and is accessible to people who have never seen, much less played the games. For those of you who have played the games, you may finally get some answers to what happens to the two androids following the events of NieR: Automata. The story effortlessly weaves both games together, showing just how they were originally linked.

"The voice recordings by 2B (Kira Buckland) and 9S (Kyle McCarley) both fit in perfectly with how the characters were brought to life in the game a half-decade ago, and I was impressed with how strong the voice direction and script writing was. It really felt like Yoko Taro put a great deal of time into making sure that NieR:Orchestra Concert 12024 [the end of data]’s plot line didn’t feel like a rushed, unimportant piece of NieR lore, but was instead a true labor of love."

"Before most of the 21 musical pieces, the plot would continue on the screen via voiceover and text like how the storyline was told in the Forest of Myth in NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… or in the Devola & Popola’s Memories novels from NieR:Automata. The vignettes would then frequently tie into the next musical selection, either directly or thematically. Later on in the concert, 2B and 9S’s plot line itself would suddenly continue through text on the paired video screen. This smartly made the entire concert into a single, continuous story that I have not seen since the FINAL FANTASY VII: A Symphonic Reunion concert." - Quentin H. for oprainfall

NieR at DAR Constitution Hall

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