New Details About The Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience!

Announced late last summer, the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience featuring composer Ramin Djawadi is an exciting new concert tour hitting venues over the next few months. Just ahead of the February 20th launch of the tour, new clips and images have been shared which reveal the huge scale and scope of the Game of Thrones concerts. The newly released info tells us we’ll see seven of GOT‘s epic battle scenes incorporated into the concerts’ visuals, and that the tour has its own massive Wall – 807 linear feet of video wall, according to the creators. Fans attending can also look forward to a solo vocalist rendition of “The Rains of Castamere.” (Although hearing that song might make the audience run.)

Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience Infographic

The concerts use state-of-the-art technology in tandem with Djawadi’s music, an orchestra and a choir, to create a unique experience taking Game of Thrones fans on a musical journey.

The tour is being produced and promoted exclusively by Live Nation, in partnership with HBO Global Licensing. It starts up next month in Minneapolis, and will visit 24 locations. Tickets are still available via

The tour dates:

2/20 – Minneapolis, MN – Xcel Energy Center
2/22 – Chicago, IL – United Center
2/23 – Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena
2/25 – Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun
2/26 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
3/1 – Washington, DC – Verizon Center
3/3 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre
3/4 – Toronto, ON – Air Canada Centre
3/6 – Boston, MA – TD Bank Garden
3/7 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
3/9 – Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Arena
3/11 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – BB&T Center
3/12 – Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena
3/14 – Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena
3/16 – San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
3/17 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
3/19 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
3/23 – Los Angeles, CA – The Forum
3/25 – Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Garden Arena
3/26 – Phoenix, AZ – TalkingStick Resort Arena
3/29 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center
3/31 – Seattle, WA – Key Arena
4/1 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena
4/2 – Portland, OR – Moda Center

Will the tour be coming to your neck of the woods?

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    1. Had excellent seats for the concert that was supposed to be in Detroit on 2/20 but cancelled because of ‘logistical’ issues, whatever they were. Slightly unhappy to say the least. Sure, we could always travel to another city nearby, but that also ups the cost quite a bit, and then there is the issue of taking time off of work. 🙁

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    2. Just a couple hours from the first one at Xcel (which is technically in St. Paul rather than Minneapolis). I was really tempted to go, but driving two hours each way on a Monday night of MN’s February turned me off. If I lived in the cities I’m sure I would go. I’ll probably regret passing on it. Hope the tour does well!

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    3. BMGGOTFan,

      Same here! I had great seats that I got during the AmEx presale and then they up and cancelled the Detroit-area concert without much explanation. They rescheduled several other dates (like Chicago’s was moved three days later) but they flat-out cancelled ours. 🙁 Super-bummed. I was so looking forward to this.

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    4. BMGGOTFan,

      I was a bit disappointed they pushed back the date in Chicago few days too from a Sunday to a Wednesday! It will be a bit more rushed and tiring for a week day, but still sooooo excited to see this! Everything looks so amazing! Can’t believe it is a month away! Thought it could not get here soon enough! Sorry U won’t be able to see it, hopefully something will work out for you so you can experience this concert!

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    5. No show in Nashville… Might make the drive to Atlanta. Perhaps, there will be more dates announced for later in the spring and summer…

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    6. Going to the show in Boston and can’t wait. It looks amazing!

      Sorry to hear that some shows have been cancelled. That’s unfortunate for those that bought tickets ahead of time.

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    7. 4 seats for the concert in Toronto!

      Can’t wait, the hype is real!!!

      GET HYPE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    8. I bought my ticket to the show in Uncasville, CT all the way back in August! I was very pleased to learn that the tour was coming to my home state – I was expecting to have to travel to Boston or NYC. I would have gladly done so in order to see Ramin Djawadi perform live, but this is more convenient. The setup looks amazing, and I’m very much looking forward to it. Lord knows I’ve worn out my digital copies of the soundtracks for all six seasons, but certain artists bring something extra special to a live performance.

      I’m very sorry to hear that there have been complications that have led to the cancellation of several planned shows such as the one in Detroit, and that people here have lost their chance to attend because of it. Hopefully those issues will be resolved so that no one else has to miss out.

      On a more upbeat note, I’m very interested to see which songs Ramin select for his set – so far, the Main Title theme and Light of the Seven are the only ones that I’m certain he’ll play. I’ve got a few that I’m hoping to hear, but honestly, I’d be happy with almost any of them. Anyone else have any particular favorites that they’re hoping will be featured?

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    9. Won’t be going to the one near me, but the tickets were better priced and seating in Vegas. So bought a floor ticket for the MGM grand concert. There are still really good seats available.

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    10. Carrie:

      Same here! I had great seats that I got during the AmEx presale and then they up and cancelled the Detroit-area concert without much explanation. They rescheduled several other dates (like Chicago’s was moved three days later) but they flat-out cancelled ours. Super-bummed. I was so looking forward to this.

      I had AmEx pre-sale tickets to the Buffalo show, but they canceled that too. I decided to take some days off from work to go see it in NYC, because it looks really amazing.

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    11. I wanted to go to the first show in Kansas City, as I live in St. Louis, but that show was cancelled. Chicago would have been doable on a Sunday, but now it’s on a Wednesday… I must find I way to see this, though!

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    12. I don’t care if they’ve got Beyonce singing “Rains of Castamere,” if they launch into that ditty, I’m poking the person next to me to be sure they’re not wearing chainmail.

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    13. I can’t wait to go! I luckily won a pair of tickets during a radio giveaway but would have gladly purchased the tickets if I hadn’t won them. March 26th get here already!!! (:

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    14. I caught the show 2 nights ago in St. Paul & it was pretty great. Initially, we were told our seats got “upgraded” so everyone ended up waiting in line for 20+ minutes for club & upper level seats to get re-located to the lower level…so I don’t think this has been selling arenas as well as they had hoped. So, you may want to go early. We ended up missing the title theme because of the ticket fiasco.

      After initially being super annoyed, the music & show was great. It chronicled the entire show really well…Blackwater, Light of the 7, & Battle of the Bastards were absolute highlights musically. Absolutely worth checking out!

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