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Get On Your Dragons, Folks, The Game Of Thrones Live Concert Is Coming

Big score, big screen, big YES.

When the last ep of Game of Thrones aired a few months ago it signaled the end of the longest relationship anyone in our generation had ever been in. So, naturally, some of us are still feeling the icy chill of withdrawals (or maybe we’re still peeved about the lacklustre final season).

But if you’re worried you’re going to forget how the theme song goes, or you just want to relive the glory days, we’ve got some good news for you.

The Game of Thrones Live Concert experience is coming to Australia.

After playing to thousands of European and U.S. audiences, the nerd-symphony will be blessing Australian GoT fans with the concert-cross-TV-viewing experience they’ve been craving.

Just like the other nerd symphonies – a la Star Wars, Doctor Who, Harry Potter –Β that have come before, the show includes a live orchestra playing along to episodes of the show. And, just for paying audiences, you’ll get to catch a glimpse of some never-before-seen extra footage.

The orchestral extravaganza will include scores from all eight seasons so you can acapella sing your way through the show in-between your ugly-crying sobs (because that’s how I’ll be watching it).

You can catch the show in February 2020, so clear your calendars when they’ll be in a capital city near you:

  • Brisbane – February 7, 2020
  • Sydney – February 10, 2020
  • Melbourne – February 12, 2020
  • Adelaide – February 15, 2020
  • Perth – February 17, 2020

Pre-sale starts on August 13 and regular sales kick off on August 16. If you’re feeling particularly fancy you can purchase a VIP Package for $149.90, which includes a pre-show medieval feast (because ofc it does). But if you’re just here for a good time, tickets start off at $99.90.

For more information, and to buy tickets, check out Live Nation.

 

Image Sources: Live Nation

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