Game of Thrones has announced a live concert tour to hit 28 cities across the US.
There are a lot of people that have pointed out that HBO’s biggest show does not have a title song. The title track also takes time to grow on you so a lot of people do not regard the show’s soundtrack as much but the truth is that the scenes, the set up would not be complete without the music.
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The original compositions by Ramin Djawadi for every anticipated scenario of the Seven Kingdoms sets every situation apart from the other.
So HBO had an inspired idea about bringing the music to the audience. That is why the network has announced a countrywide tour around the US kicking off at Kansas City’s Spring Center on Feb. 15, 2017. It will then be going to 27 other cities including New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
The tour has been described as an audio-visual experience. Ramin Djawadi will be conducting an 80-piece orchestra and choir through some of the series’ best-loved themes on a 360-degree stage.
Elements of the fantasy epic will come alive during the concert through LED telescoping and wall screens and special 3D designs that will rise from the stage floor.
Djawadi said in an interview to Time that they have been planning this tour for quite some time. He said that they have worked hard to make it in an immersive experience.
He said that the idea is to showcase how the music enhances those experiences for the audience. He elaborated that the experience is wonderful especially with the live music as musicians put their soul into their instruments onstage.
The news of the tour was announced at a fan event at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Monday (Aug. 8) with several hundred fans in attendance.
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Get tickets and see full list of Game of Thrones Live Concert dates here.