VGL Announces 25 New Shows!
Wed Oct 10, 2007, 1:23 pm
VIDEO GAMES LIVE ANNOUNCES 25 NEW SHOWS
Cities Include Los Angeles, London, Buffalo, St. Louis, Phoenix, Orlando, Austin, Milwaukee, Salt Lake City and More
Newly Designed Show Includes Exclusive World Premieres of Halo® 3, BioShock™, Conan, StarCraft® II and Harry Potter™ Music
LOS ANGELES, CA –
A brand new show kicking off this fall will add to the already incredible line up which currently includes Mario™, Zelda®, Warcraft®, Halo®, Final Fantasy®, Kingdom Hearts, Metal Gear Solid®, Myst®, Sonic™ and many more. More interactive video screens, synchronized lighting, special fx, stage production and audience participation have been added to the performance as well as new and exclusive musical segments. Working directly with game developers and publishers, Video Games Live is the first concert to perform the world premieres of Halo® 3, BioShock™, Conan, StarCraft® II and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix™ video game music scores.
Las Vegas, NV
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
In addition, there are approximately 20 European, Asian, Australian & South American dates currently being planned as well as a variety of other North American dates to be released soon. All tour date and ticket information can be found at: www.videogameslive.com/dates
“Our goal of building Video Games Live as a worldwide brand is becoming a reality,” said Marc Geiger, Senior Executive Vice-President of Touring for the William-Morris Agency. “Tommy & Jack have created a very special and unique event experience that is not only a hit with gamers but also speaks to a general mainstream global audience as well.”
About Video Games Live™ (www.videogameslive.com)
Created by two industry leading video game composers Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall, Video Games Live (produced under their company Mystical Stone Entertainment, LLC) is the front runner in the field of live game music performance. Video Games Live is an immersive concert event celebrating music from the biggest video games of all time. The debut performance launched on July 6th, 2005 at the world famous Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles with the LA Philharmonic with over 11,000 people in attendance making it the largest video game concert in the world.