‘Dragon Ball’ Symphonic Adventure is Coming to Canada

Stops include Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver during 2023.
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October 31, 2022

Promotional image for “Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure.”
Promotional image for “Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure.”Toei Animation/Overlook Events

Kashamara Productions will bring the officially licensed “Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure” concert to Canada in 2023. Attendees will experience the music of both the original “Dragon Ball” and “

Dragon Ball

Z” TV series, powered by a full orchestra, while watching the storylines of both shows unfold on screen in HD with fellow fans. 

Created and produced by Overlook Events, “Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure” is a one-of- a-kind concert experience that originally debuted in Paris in October 2018 as part of a transcontinental tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of “Dragon Ball” in Europe. The “Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure” concert combines scenes and sounds of “Dragon Ball” together with live vocals, a 60-piece orchestra and the music of Japanese composer, Shunsuke Kikuchi, to create an immersive multimedia event for anime fans. 

Performing at all the Canadian concerts will be the original singer of the Dragon Ball series, Hiroki Takahashi, singing many of the songs from the series, including

“Cha-La Head-Cha-La”, “We Gotta Power,” “Makafushigi Adventure,” “Unmei no Hi ~Tamashii tai Tamashii” and more. 

Produced by

Toei Animation

, the “Dragon Ball” anime franchise encompasses four TV series, namely “Dragon Ball,” “Dragon Ball Z,” “Dragon Ball GT” and “Dragon Ball Super” and now 21 feature films, including this year’s blockbuster film, “Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO.” 

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