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Ramin Djawadi says Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience is like a two hour trailer for Season 8

Game of Thrones has its own concert, titled theGame of Thrones Live Concert Experience, and the first edition was loved by every person that got a chance to attend a show. The show returns for a second edition now, and composer Ramin Djawadi recently spoke to Variety about it, and how it is like a two hour trailer for Game of Thrones Season 8. Read on!

Speaking of the 2018 edition of the concert, he said :

“I decided to make this a hybrid. Between the traditional orchestra concert and more contemporary things that you might see in a rock concert, pyro, snow … it embraces the audience more.”

He said it’s “a two-hour trailer for the next season,” speaking of how the music will signify the characters’ journeys as they move forward to the big end :

“You really get a breakdown of the characters and the plot.”

Apparently this edition will be quite a lot different from the first one. Djawadi told Variety just how different the fans can expect the show to be this time :

“They will see a whole new show; we are completely redesigning the stage.”

The tour will return in May, 2018, and go on till October. You can grab the tickets, here. Check out the full schedule, below :

Europe

May 8 — Madrid, WiZink CenterMay 10 — Barcelona, Palau Sant JordiMay 12 — Paris, AccorHotel ArenaMay 14 — Berlin, Mercedes-Benz ArenaMay 15 — Lodz, Atlas ArenaMay 16 — Prague, O2 Arena PragueMay 18 — Budapest, Budapest ArenaMay 19 — Vienna, Wiener StadthalleMay 21 — Amsterdam, Ziggo DomeMay 22 — Antwerp, Antwerps SportpaleisMay 24 — Dublin, 3ArenaMay 25 — Belfast, The SSE ArenaMay 27 — London, Wembley ArenaMay 29 — Harburg, Barclaycard ArenaMay 31 — Stockholm, Ericsson GlobeJune 1 — Copenhagen, Royal ArenaJune 4 — Munich, OlympiahalleJune 5 — Zurich, HallenStadionJune 7 — Frankfurt, Festhalle Frankfurt

June 8 — Cologne, Lanxess Arena

North America

September 5 — Vancouver, Pepsi Live at Rodgers ArenaSeptember 6 — Seattle, KeyArenaSeptember 8 — San Jose, SAP CenterSeptember 9 — Los Angeles, The ForumSeptember 11 — San Diego, Viejas ArenaSeptember 12 — Phoenix, Gile River ArenaSeptember 14 — Denver, Pepsi CenterSeptember 16 — Dallas, American Airlines CenterSeptember 17 — Houston, Toyota CenterSeptember 18 — Austin, Frank Erwin CenterSeptember 21 — Tampa, Amalie ArenaSeptember 22 — Ft. Lauderdale, BB&T CenterSeptember 25 — Washington DC, Capital One ArenaSeptember 26 — Newark, Prudential CenterSeptember 28 — Uncasville, Mohegan Sun ArenaSeptember 28 — Boston, DCU CenterSeptember 30 — University Park, Bryce Jordan CenterOctober 2 — Philadelphia, Wells Fargo CenterOctober 3 — New York City, Madison Square GardenOctober 5 — St. Louis, Scottrade CenterOctober 6 — Chicago, AllState ArenaOctober 9 — Detroit, Little Caesars ArenaOctober 10 — Columbus, Schottenstein CenterOctober 12 — Montreal, Bell Centre

October 14 — Toronto, Air Canada Centre

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