One of the most popular TV series “Game of Thrones” is heading to stage.
Events company, Live Nation announced the 28-city “Game of Thrones” live concert experience at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, reported Variety.
The show, based on music from the award-winning HBO show, is described as a “music and visual experience that will bring the Seven Kingdoms to life on a scale never seen before.”
“Game of Thrones” composer Ramin Djawadi is the tour mastermind.
“We were in the studio together reviewing some music and one of them said, ‘I would love to see this live. I want to full orchestra. I want to see a choir.’ So we went from there,” Djawadi said.
The set up will be a mixture of LED screens and special stage designs.
“We designed a stage that will be 360 degrees. There won’t be a bad seat in the house,” he added.
The tour kicks off next February in Kansas City and will hit 28 cities, including Los Angeles, New York City and Las Vegas. Three shows in Canada are also planned.
The recent announcement that the seventh season of Game of Thrones will arrive in summer next year and will only have seven episodes has dismayed many fans, including this writer. This is a sad departure from showrunners’ usual policy of premiering the show in spring and each season has had 10 episodes yet.
It has never been easy to fight off the withdrawal symptoms when it comes to Game of Thrones. With its dizzyingly complex storyline that weaves several plot threads and hundreds of characters together seamlessly, and well-rounded characters with shades of grey, Game of Thrones is amazingly addictive.