So what’s better than listening to soundtracks from the My Hero Academia anime? Listening to them live at Anime NYC for their Official Live Concert, of course. Courtesy of Funimation.
My Official Live OST Concert!
To celebrate the release of the My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission anime film in theaters back on October 29, 2021, Funimation will be organizing this My Hero Academia Official Live Concert. Precisely as the name suggests, this will be an official live concert of My Hero Academia OST that will take place at Anime NYC. Specifically, this musical event will occur at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan on Friday, November 19, 2021, from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EST). You can purchase tickets for this concert from Anime NYC’s website starting at 6:00 PM (EST)/3:00 PM (PST). Oh, and it’s first-come, first-serve, so you might want to hurry up and purchase it if you want to attend.
My Hero Academia Official Live Concert: More Details
Now though, it’s time to introduce the guest star of My Hero Academia Official Live Concert from his photo above: Yuki Hayashi. If you think his name sounds familiar, then clearly, you’ve been paying attention to the credits of the anime at the end of each episode. He’s the composer for literally the entire anime series, including the three anime films. Hayashi himself will be traveling from Japan to attend the concert. You can also expect to see talent close to the anime making guest appearances at this concert as well, so keep your eyes peeled. The official synopsis from Funimation below gives us a bit more details about this concert:
Get ready to experience My Hero Academia like never before in an electrifying live concert featuring music from the first five seasons of the series to relive all of its most iconic moments.
The My Hero Academia Official Live Concert will be a high-energy event featuring a rock band with epic orchestral elements, performing all-new arrangements of the My Hero Academia soundtracks written by Yuki Hayashi himself, while above the band a giant screen plays synchronized HD video from the anime.
From the origins of Izuku Midoriya to the adventures of the U.A. students, from their dramatic battles against the League of Villains to the U.A. High School Festival, this concert will give the My Hero Academia community their ultimate fan experience.