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Tickets Going on Sale for the Next Falcom jdk BAND Live & Talk Show Happening on 11/29

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EDITED on 11/21/2014: The streaming info on NicoDouga has been added to the article.

The sixth Falcom jdk BAND Live & Talk Show happens on 11/29/2014, focusing on the post-release talk about Sen no Kiseki II. Like the other events, this will also be at the Loft Plus One in Shinjuku.

The doors will open at 18:00 Japan time, and the show itself will start at 19:00.

Starting at 11/15/2014, you will be able to purchase tickets through tixee and e+ for 2,000 yen. You can purchase tickets at the door for 2,500 yen.

In attendance at the event will be:
Toshihiro Kondo (Falcom President)
Toshiharu Okajima (Falcom jdk BAND drummer)
Mizuki Mizutani (Falcom jdk BAND violinist)
Daisuke Miyazaki (Falcom jdk BAND guitarist)
Atsushi Enomoto (Falcom jdk BAND bassist)
Kanako Kotera (Falcom jdk BAND vocalist)

The webpage is promising that the event will feature Kondo talking about the production behind Sen no Kiseki II, as a note, it will be best to have cleared the game by the time the event takes place, since there will likely be spoiler information given out during the event.

The other events have been streamed live on Nicodouga, but in the past, this announcement hasn’t been made until days before the event. There will be an update once things get closer to the event regarding whether or not it will be streamed live.

11/21 Update
Falcom has announced that this will be presented live on Loft Plus One’s NicoDouga channel.

The channel is located here.

If you don’t have a paid NicoDouga account, and wish to TimeShift the event, you will want to do at least an hour before it airs to have access to it.

[ Falcom jdk Band Live & Talk Show Page ]

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