Preview: The 'Game of Thrones' Live Concert is Coming

Sunday, October 09, 2016 - 03:41 PM

Game of Thrones immersive concert experience 3D demonstration. (Game of Thrones / Video screen grab)

Update: Read our recap of the Live Concert Experience.

When Ramin Djawadi, composer for HBO's hit series Game of Thrones, announced this past August that he would be taking the show's music on tour, he described the upcoming live concerts as immersive experiences. He wasn't joking.

Kansas City will be the first stop on the tour which begins Feb. 15, 2017. The tour will make 28 stops across the U.S. and Canada. Djawadi will conduct an 80-piece orchestra and choir in the round. Walls of LED screens and other 3D designs will rise from the stage floor. This experience looks epic, just like the television show.

Here's a teaser video of the upcoming tour.

Fans of the television show will be treated to an immersive experience for sure.

Tell us what you think of this inventive concert experience in the comments below.


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Comments [7]

kimberly from Detroit, MI

Looks amazing! I love the books and the HBO show. The opening credits and music are the best.

Oct. 11 2016 05:04 PM

I have not seen the show and read the 5 books
which I really enjoyed...I think the music sounds

Oct. 11 2016 08:38 AM

Vespasian is neither dull nor an idiot. A fellow Emperor cannot be dull and an idiot. Game of Thrones is crap, pure and simple. Those who watch it are only interested in the violence and really bad behavior. They are the ones who are dull and idiots.

Oct. 11 2016 07:16 AM

VESPIAN is dull

Oct. 10 2016 06:05 PM

VESPIAN is butthurt

Oct. 10 2016 06:01 PM

VESPASIAN is an idiot lol

Oct. 10 2016 05:58 PM
VESPASIAN from Suffolk

This series is an epic, right? Disgusting is more like it.
Nothing more than a wallow and not a fun wallow.

Oct. 10 2016 01:15 PM

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