Video Games Live - Newark at New Jersey Performing Arts Center on 01-02-2016FROM $81
Video Games Live Tickets - From Atari to XBOX
Just when you thought classical music could exhaust itself of style and innovation -- the Video Games Live concerts came to pass! However, if you love classical music and orchestral compositions, this ensemble setup won't disappoint -- but if you happen to love video games, this will not only not disappoint, it'll mesmerize! Composed by video game moguls Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall and conductor Emmanuel Fratianni, the concert revolutionized the ability to perform classical music with an edge and appeal to a younger audience while showcasing special effects and showmanship. The first concert debuted on July 6, 2005, at the Hollywood Bowl where the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra displayed their majesty to a crowd of 11,000 individuals. It was a sign to see that the Video Games Live concert was going to be around for a long time -- for as long as video games were to be played.
Video games Live Tickets - Get Your Controllers Ready
Just to give you an idea what to expect, here it goes: Final Fantasy, Halo, World of Warcraft, Sonic the Hedgehog, Tetris, Asteroids, Frogger, Donkey Kong, and even Guitar Hero. That's the repertoire under the belt of the Video Games Live Live tours. All your favorite video game soundtracks performed and displayed on a huge flat screen as well. It's a video game extravaganza of lights, sounds, and memories.
Video Games Live Tickets - The Future?
As said before: as long as video games are still played, the concert will always perform. In fact, some of the best, most iconic soundtracks come from video games -- you remember Super Mario Bros., don't you?