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Kingdom Hearts Concert -Second Breath-

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Kingdom Hearts Concert -Second Breath-
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Premiered February 19, 2023
Composer Yoko Shimomura
Conductor Kaoru Wada
Performers Siena Wind Orchestra (Osaka, Tokyo)
Countries Japan

Kingdom Hearts Concert -Second Breath- is an official concert of Kingdom Hearts music performed by a full concert band. It is the fourth concert for the series's music. The concert was announced on December 19, 2022 and was performed in Osaka on February 19th, 2023, and in Tokyo on March 18th and 19th, 2023. A website was created to promote the concert.


Date Hall Location
February 19, 2023 Festival Hall Osaka, Japan
March 18, 2023 Bunkamura Orchard Hall Tokyo, Japan
March 19, 2023 Bunkamura Orchard Hall Tokyo, Japan


Piece Composer Arrangement
"Hikari -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version-" Utada Hikaru Kaoru Wada
"Journey of the World of Tres" Yoko Shimomura
Yoshitaka Suzuki
Takeharu Ishimoto
Kaoru Wada
"Heroes and Heroines: Characters' Medley -Second Breath Ver.-" Yoko Shimomura
Takeharu Ishimoto
Souhei Kano
"Hollow Bastion" Yoko Shimomura Kaoru Wada
"Happiest Medley of KINGDOM HEARTS" Yoko Shimomura Tohru Kanayama
"Dark Impetus" Yoko Shimomura Souhei Kano
"Rage Awakened" Yoko Shimomura Tohru Kanayama
"Distant from You..." Yoko Shimomura Tohru Kanayama
"Scala ad Caelum~Edge of Existence" Yoko Shimomura Natsumi Kameoka
"Hearts as One" Yoko Shimomura
Shotaro Shima
Natsumi Kameoka
"Forza Finale" Yoko Shimomura
Yasunori Nishiki
Kaoru Wada
"March Caprice for 'Melody of Memory'" Yoko Shimomura Natsumi Kameoka
"Reality in the Dark" Yoko Shimomura Natsumi Kameoka
"Don't Think Twice -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version- Hikaru Utada Kaoru Wada


The official concert pamphlet cost 2,500 yen. In addition to the program, it included messages from the staff and illustrations by series manga illustrator Shiro Amano. A special reserved seat for 10,000 yen entitled goers to an exclusive music box that plays "Dearly Beloved".

The performance events featured original merchandise, also made available for online purchase:

  • A gold Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary keychain cost 2,640 yen.
  • Two T-shirts, one featuring a checkered monogram and one featuring a grey and gold recolor of Tetsuya Nomura's 20th Anniversary illustration, cost 4,400 yen each.
  • Two tote bags, one featuring the checkered 20th Anniversary monogram and one featuring Nomura's illustration in full color, cost 3,080 yen each.
  • A wireless earbud case cost 3,300 yen.

In addition, select pieces of existing Kingdom Hearts merchandise were available at the performance:

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