Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience Tickets

Few shows in recent years have had the ability to draw in people so effectively as “Game of Thrones.” Between the conspiring characters, rich fantasy narrative, sharp writing, and frequent use of dragons, people everywhere are enthralled by the happenings in Westeros.

Not only has the series helped increase sales of the “A Song of Ice and Fire”novels, but GoT’s cultural impact can be felt elsewhere. Like the sudden increase of adoptions and sales of dogs like Huskies, or how Khaleesi became a popular name for baby girls in the U.S. starting in late 2014.

Now, adulation of the show led to a fan event even unlike any other: In early 2017, the “Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience” {quotes or no quotes?} visited 28 cities nationwide.

A most righteous experience
The musical extravaganza centered around a live concert performance from GoT’s composer Ramin Djawadi and a full-scale choir and orchestra. Using state-of-the-art video technology, fans were transported directly to Westeros on a scale never before presented.

The music guides fans from the natural formation of Casterly Rock in the West, down to the sun-soaked shores of Dorn, up through the capital of King’s Landing, and into the snow-covered hills and valleys of The North and all that lies beyond The Wall. To create this experience, LED screens, a 360-degree stage design, and a special imagery platform were designed exclusively for the show. The custom-built stage was a huge part of the experience’s initial design. It was meant to recreate the many different locales in GoT, which range from rocky desserts to a frozen tundra.

In a statement, Djawadi - who also scored the music for films like “Clash Of The Titans,” “Pacific Rim,” and “Iron Man” - explained after composing the show’s music for six-plus years, he was quite happy to bring these songs to the stage. Djawadi chose several pieces for their emotional impact, including “Myhsa” - played during the season three finale - the Stark family theme, and “Light of the Seven” from the end of season six.

In the same statement, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, GoT’s creators and executive producers, said the Live Experience {above you have ìGame of Thrones Live Concert Experienceî in quotes. Should this be in quotes too? Should neither?} will make history, and not just for ardent fans.

“The Game of Thrones Concert Experience {single quotes or no quotes?} will be unique in the history of concert tours, an eye-popping, ear-splitting, phantasmagoric blend of the show’s visuals and Ramin’s powerful compositions,” the duo said when preparations for the show were underway.

The concert event was many fans’ only chance to see the show until it returned from a year-long hiatus in mid-2017 for its seventh season. Fans expected this to be the hit show’s penultimate season, as the creators felt they could tell the necessary story in eight.

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