Now You Can Attend a Video Games Live Concert, Featuring Music From Video Games
Aug 10, 2015 18:28
Want to jam and dance along to the tunes of the most popular video games of all time? Music from games like Mario, Zelda, Halo, Final Fantasy, Warcraft and more will be performed live in Kuala Lumpur on the 29th of August, 2015, at Putra Indoor Stadium at 8pm.
It will feature a 29 piece orchestra, live band, choir and opera singer.
They will sing and perform soundtracks from all the popular video game titles.
Mario, and selected characters will even make an appearance on stage too!
You can get cheaper tickets here right now before it runs out.
Here's a taste of the event from their trailer:
You can even check out some of their performances below:
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