VGL Hits London! First Game Concert In The UK!
Wed Sep 6, 2006, 6:30 am
THE GROUND BREAKING VIDEO GAMES LIVE HITS UK SHORES
AN IMMERSIVE CONCERT THAT BRINGS VIDEO GAMES TO LIFE
For anyone who’s ever picked up a games console, the event you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived. VIDEO GAMES LIVE, brought to you by AEG Live, is the first ever concert to celebrate music from the biggest video games of all time from ‘Mario’ to ‘Final Fantasy’. Having sold to a massive 11,000 crowd on its debut performance in the US last year – making it the largest video game concert in the world - VIDEO GAMES LIVE will now navigate its way successfully through to the next level when it hits UK shores on November 25th at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.
Share the intensity and thrill of the gaming world’s most powerful compositions, as a live orchestra and choir recreate the best video game music on a spectacular stage. The show combines exclusive video footage and music arrangements, synchronized lighting, solo performers, electronic percussionists, cinema surround sound and interactive segments to create an explosive entertainment experience. With music from the retro days of ‘Pong’ to the fast paced action of ‘Halo’, VIDEO GAMES LIVE will transport you into the heart of the gaming world. There will also be spectacular prizes, first time playable games and the opportunity to meet Britain’s top game designers and composers.
“Video games and their music have evolved into our culture,” said Phil Harrison, President, Worldwide Studios, Sony Computer Entertainment. “This event helps to celebrate video games as the significant global art-form they have become, as well as receiving the artistic respect they deserve.”
Celebrate the music from the games you love when Video Games Live comes to London this November.
First UK date: 25 November – Hammersmith Apollo, London
Tickets are £25 and go on sale on 6 September at 9am and are available from the 24-Hour hotline: 0870 405 0448 or online @ http://www.seetickets.com/see/price.asp?code=208633&userid=100447800&filler1=see&filler2=videogameslive