At the end of February, a concert tour of the music of the famous TV series Game of Thrones began, that will serve as an appetizer till the beginning of the seventh season, announced for June 25th, 2017.
This tour features different orchestras and choirs in each concert, but all the performances have a common denominator, the conductor will be Ramin Djawadi, composer of the music of the TV series.
The production of the show (which has taken almost 3 years since the original idea came up) can only be described as spectacular, since an orchestra of 80 pieces along with the choir and several solo musicians, will be placed on 3 connected giant 360º stages, over which will be huge LED screens that will show video fragments of the series, accompanied by special effects of light, fire and smoke.
Named “Game of Thrones – Live Concert Experience” with the tagline “Music is coming“, this tour will last a month and a half and will visit a total of 24 locations in the United States and Canada. Unfortunately, there are no plans for the tour to visit Europe at the moment, but it is not discarded in the near future.
The concert list is as follows:
The tickets, with prices varying according to the venues, can be acquired in the following link:
And to finish this article, some videos that show the spectacular staging of the tour, that has been a joint production between LiveNation and HBO Global Licensing: