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Final Fantasy returns to the San Francisco Symphony July 15 and 16


Following sold-out performances last year, the San Francisco Symphony will be performing two concerts next month featuring music from the Final Fantasy series. What's more, series maestro Nobuo Uematsu will be in attendance and appear at meet & greet events following the July 15 and 16 performances.

The symphony will be presenting music from multiple FF releases, plus some from the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV. Vocalist Susan Calloway -- who first performed the English version of Final Fantasy X's main theme live in 2009 -- is also on the program. Tickets to both nights of the concert are on sale now at the SF Symphony's website and range in price from $30 to $105 apiece. If you have a lot of gil to spare, tickets to the meet & greet are available through Ticketweb for $75 a pop, though concert organizers have told Joystiq that the Friday, July 16 opportunity to meet Uematsu et al. is already sold out.

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