Tickets for Kitaro’s Premiere Performance in CA are Now On Sale!

It has been three years since the last Kitaro Silk Road East & West world tour in 2011.  In 2014, Kitaro is back on stage and will debut his first-ever Eastern European “2014 Symphonic World Tour”.

The first stop of the tour is going to take place in Rohnert Park, California on Friday, February 14 at Weill Hall, Green Music Center at Sonoma State University.

Tickets are now AVAILABLE!!

Tickets for this unique benefit concert are $40, $65, $80
Limited Premier Seating: $250 includes a post-concert VIP reception with Kitaro.

Buy Tickets Here


Concert will include performances of Kitaro’s most memorable music from Silk Road and Kojiki. Here is a Kitaro’s live performance of Silk Road from his YouTube channel!


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5 Comments to Tickets for Kitaro’s Premiere Performance in CA are Now On Sale!

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  4. Oliver says:

    Why is it called "World Tour" when he visits places in East Europe / Russia only? One concert in Bahrain don’t make a World Tour when the rest in located in one area.

  5. Gregg Nelsen says:

    I have seen Kitaro twice in Milwaukee, WI. When is he coming back to this area?

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