Win tickets for a Final Fantasy piano concert with Benyamin Nuss in Germany

Do you love Final Fantasy and great video game music? As a special bonus and collaboration for fans, we’re giving away tickets for two concerts in Germany with pianist Benyamin Nuss.

You and a friend could attend the “Nuss plays Uematsu, Hamauzu and more” concert in the Eventhalle am Westpark, Ingolstadt on Saturday, July 15 or the in the Laeiszhalle, Hamburg on Sunday July 16. There is also the chance for a Meet & Greet with the pianist.

Benyamin Nuss is not only a great pianist, but also an avid gamer and Final Fantasy fan. Together with his mentors Nobuo Uematsu and Masashi Hamazu he contributed to the World of Final Fantasy soundtrack and the A New World: intimate music from Final Fantasy concert series. During the Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival 2017 in Frankfurt Benyamin performed together with songstress Susan Calloway on stage.

The full program for the concert still has yet to be revealed, but Benyamin Nuss teased that “Tera’s Theme” and “Serpent Trench” (Final Fantasy VI), “Those Who Fight” and “Gold Saucer” (Final Fantasy VII), “Where I Belong”, “Liberi Fatali” (Final Fantasy VIII), “The Promise” (Final Fantasy XIII), “Heroes” (Final Fantasy XIV) and three tracks from Lost Odyssey will be played during the festivities.

Sweepstakes Details:

Prize: Two (2) tickets for the concert “Nuss plays Uematsu, Hamauzu and more” in Ingolstadt, Germany on July 15, 2017 OR two (2) tickets for the concert “Nuss plays Uematsu, Hamauzu and more” in Hamburg, Germany July 16, 2017. Both prizes include a short Meet & Greet with Benyamin Nuss.

Please note that travel and accommodation are not included.

Eligibility: Any fan worldwide can enter the sweepstakes.

Participation: Please tell us your all-time favorite song from the Final Fantasy series and which of the two concerts you’d like to attend (Ingolstadt or Hamburg) in the comments below. We will randomly pick one winner for each group after the sweepstakes ends.

Duration: The sweepstakes starts right now and ends Sunday, July 2, 2017 23:59 (CEST).

We wish everyone good luck!

(Photo credit: Manuel Chillagano)

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André Mackowiak