‘Game Of Thrones’ Is Going On A Concert Tour In 2017 With A 360° Degree Stage And A Giant Jumbotron

by 2 years ago

Hey, listen, we’re all more than a little miffed that Game of Thrones won’t be coming back until the summer of 2017, so show runners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss suggested that GoT composer Ramin Djawadi take his musical act on the road to satisfy our bloodthirsty demands.

Game of Thrones Live Music Experience will hit up 28 cities in North America with an orchestra, a choir, a 360 degree stage, flaming torches, and a giant jumbotron. The tour was announced with the USC marching band. No word on whether or not the Song Girls will be joining the traveling troupe.

Seeing as Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has an iron throne of guitars, I wouldn’t be surprised to see him make a cameo.

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Not sure what to expect with the crowd. Will it be comprised of a bunch of LARPers and Renaissance Faire freaks? Will it be like Medieval Times times a million? I’m willing to sacrifice my right to the throne to find out.

According to Variety, Djawadi promises that there “won’t be a bad seat in the house” and judging by the concept art released by Live Nation, I’d say those first couple rows might regret their choice during the Wildfire explosion sequences. See ya, skin!

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Tickets will go on sale to the public on Saturday, August 13th, 2016 and the tour will run from February – April 2017. Looks like right now the pre-sale VIP packages range from $95 – $495. No word on whether or not vendors will accept first-born, dowry, or a head on a stake.

Here are the tour dates

Feb 15, 2017, Wednesday @ 7pm – Sprint Center – Kansas City, Missouri
Feb 17, 2017, Friday @ 8pm- Xcel Energy Center – Saint Paul, Minnesota
Feb 19, 2017, Sunday @ 8pm – United Center – Chicago, Illinois
Feb 20, 2017, Monday @ 8pm – The Palace of Auburn Hills – Auburn Hills, Michigan
Feb 22, 2017, Wednesday @ 8pm – Nationwide Arena – Columbus, Ohio
Feb 23, 2017, Thursday @ 7:30pm – First Niagara Center – Buffalo, New York
Feb 25, 2017, Saturday @ 8pm – Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, Connecticut
Feb 26, 2017, Sunday @ 8pm – Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Mar 1, 2017, Wednesday @ 8pm – Verizon Center – Washington, District of Columbia
Mar 3, 2017, Friday @ 8pm – Centre Bell – Montréal, Quebec
Mar 4, 2017, Saturday @ 8pm – Air Canada Centre – Toronto, Ontario
Mar 6, 2017, Monday @ 8pm – TD Garden – Boston, Massachusetts
Mar 7, 2017, Tuesday @ 8pm – Madison Square Garden – New York, New York
Mar 9, 2017, Thursday @ 8pm – Time Warner Cable Arena – Charlotte, North Carolina
Mar 11, 2017, Saturday @ 8pm – BB&T Center – Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Mar 12, 2017, Sunday @ 8pm – Amalie Arena – Tampa, Florida
Mar 14, 2017 , Tuesday @ 8pm – Philips Arena – Atlanta, Georgia
Mar 16, 2017, Thursday @ 8pm – AT&T Center – San Antonio, Texas
Mar 17, 2017, Friday @ 8pm – Toyota Center – Houston, Texas
Mar 19, 2017, Sunday @ 8pm – Pepsi Center – Denver, Colorado
Mar 21, 2017, Tuesday @ 8pm – Maverik Center – Salt Lake City, Utah
Mar 23, 2017, Thursday @ 8pm – The Forum – Inglewood, California
Mar 25, 2017, Saturday @ 8pm – MGM Grand Garden Arena – Las Vegas, Nevada
Mar 26, 2017, Sunday @ 8pm – Talking Stick Resort Arena – Phoenix, Arizona
Mar 29, 2017, Wednesday @ 8pm – SAP Center At San Jose – San Jose, California
Mar 31, 2017, Friday @ 8pm – KeyArena at Seattle Center – Seattle, Washington
Apr 1, 2017, Saturday @ 8pm – Rogers Arena – Vancouver, British Columbia
Apr 2, 2017, Sunday @ 8pm – Moda Center – Portland, Oregon

Via Slashfilm, Variety


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