Sonic: The artist has remixed classic songs and will also perform his own songs in a concert lasting about 60 minutes. The thirtieth anniversary of Sonic The Hedgehog has not yet ended with its celebrations. SEGA has announced that it has partnered with Steve Aoki, artist, DJ and electronic music producer, to organize a virtual concert on November 30. The date coincides with Aoki’s own birthday, so they can mix both events in a very special show.
Next week, @steveaoki will be jumping into Sonic's world for a musical performance unlike anything you've seen before!
See you then! pic.twitter.com/b2ATZXKv4h
— Sonic the Hedgehog (@sonic_hedgehog) November 24, 2021
60 minutes of pure Sonic
According to the press release, the concert will be set in an immersive Sonic universe, which has been built digitally. This show will take attendees to “iconic stages” such as the Green Hill area, the Chemical Plant, etc., all while “dancing to their favorite songs” from Sonic The Hedgehog ”, with a marked style of electronic music that So well it fits the character.
The duration will be 60 minutes and will include original songs by Steve Aoki, but also versions remixed by the artist of mythical themes of the hedgehog, from its first stage on Mega Drive to the present.
Although there is no new game on this anniversary, users have been able to enjoy Sonic Colors: Ultimate, a remastering of the Wii classic for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch and PC.
The next adventure of the blue blur has not followed in the wake of its protagonist and is taking it easy. The studio has decided to give it the necessary time, so it will not be released in 2021. SEGA has, in fact, acknowledged that the announcement was made too early. In any case, the intention is that its premiere will take place sometime next year, still without a more specific date. The Japanese want the project to be influential enough to articulate future installments of the brand. At the moment absolutely nothing is known.