Funimation has just announced that they will be showing a sneak peek of Tales of Zestiria the X's English dub at Anime Expo this weekend.
Aside from doing a simulcast, viagra sale they will also be having the English dub of the Tales of Zestiria the X anime later this summer via FunimationNow. The first episode of the English dub will be premiering at Anime Expo 2016 this weekend at Los Angeles Convention Center. This is the first time the anime will be shown overseas even before the broadcast time (as Japan already held an advanced theater screening last June 25).
Tales of Zestiria Panel, Screening and Guest Talk
Saturday, July 2 at 1:30 PM
Video 1 – Platinum Ballroom at the JW Marriott
Funimation disclaimer: this dub premiere episode is a preliminary version created exclusively for this Anime Expo premiere, and some of the performances and casting will be changed for the final dub version.
The Funimation website also lists Tales of Zestiria the X with 13 episodes. There have also been reports that the anime will be split, 13 episodes this summer and the second half during the winter anime season.Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe will be holding an orchestral concert featuring music from their games, sickness Tales included.
It will feature a full 80+ manned orchestra and choir produced by industry veterans La Fée Sauvage, supported by HD game videos that will allow attendees for the first time ever to dive into various universes including Dark Souls, Tales of, Tekken, Soul Calibur, God Eater, PacMan, Ace Combat and more!
"In our quest to provide entertainment everywhere, it’s with extreme pleasure we’re taking our first steps into this business in Europe," said Hervé Hoerdt, Vice President of Marketing & Digital at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe.
"With numerous outstanding, high quality and truly amazing soundtracks, it was more than time to celebrate the beloved music that millions of fans have vibrated with while playing with passion BANDAI NAMCO’s hit games. It is an honor and great excitement for us to start this concert series in Europe," said Julien Mombert, Director at La Fée Sauvage.
The first date will be on February 4th 2017 at the world renowned Salle Pleyel in Paris, France. For these first dates and to mark the opening of the Orchestral Memories tour, famous veteran composer Go Shiina will be attending for a meet and greet with fans that will include signing sessions.
Ticket sales start on July 2nd 2016 at 11am BST on http://shop.wildfaery.com. 150 VIP tickets for each concerts permitting spectators to meet Go Shiina for signing sessions and photo shoot will be available exclusively on that website. Ticket prices start at 49 Euros (56 USD) with VIP tickets costing 149 Euros (171 USD)