A first-time event for the series!
35 years after its debut, Capcom is celebrating Street Fighter in a way they never have before. For the first time ever, Capcom will be hosting a Street Fighter concert dubbed Street Fighter 35th Anniversary Live.
Street Fighter 35th Anniversary Live takes place January 29th, 2023 at Line Cube Shibuya concert hall in Japan, but don’t worry if you can’t attend in person. Capcom will also make this concert available to watch online! You’ll get to see/hear the 35th Anniversary official band, Captune, the official Capcom band, and The Lethal Weapons, a synthpop duo performing all sorts of classic Street Fighter tunes. Of course, Street Fighter II composer Yoko Shimomura will be in attendance.
Here’s the set list for the concert as of today:
- “Opening” – Street Fighter II
- “Ryu – Ken Stage” – Street Fighter II
- “M. Bison Stage” – Street Fighter II
- “Killing moon” – Street Fighter III 3rd Strike
- “Theme of C. Viper” – Street Fighter IV
- “Theme of Cammy -SFIV Arrange-” – Street Fighter IV
- “Bustling Side Street -China Stage-” – Street Fighter V
- “Ring of Destiny -Ring Stage-” – Street Fighter V
- “Theme of Dan Captune Arrange” – Street Fighter V
- “Luke’s Theme Taking Aim Captune Arrange” Street Fighter 6
Street Fighter 35th Anniversary Live is selling streaming tickets through the Zaiko website for 3,500 Yen (about $27 USD). There’s also a limited video on demand option that lasts until February 12th, 2023.
Finally, those lucky enough to attend this event in person can snatch up some exclusive merchandise like a long towel, pins featuring bespoke “concert outfits” for Ryu, Chun-Li, Ken, and Guile, keychains, and microfiber cloths featuring the promotional event art.