Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure is coming to Microsoft Center in Los Angeles on May 21st for a U.S. premiere. Fans can look forward to an evening featuring a carefully curated program showcasing the works of the late Shunsuke Kikuchi, the renowned Japanese film and TV composer. The show will feature a 60-piece orchestra and live vocalists performing selections from the beloved anime, as well as video projections of classic scenes.
The Dragon Ball anime compendium, produced by Toei Animation and based on Akira Toriyama’s manga, has nearly 800 episodes across the original, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, Dragon Ball Super, and Dragon Ball Kai series and has captured the hearts of fans across the world. Ticket information can be found here.