Game of Thrones is coming to North America as the show has announced a 28-city tour next year, just months before the Game of Thrones Season 7 premiere.
HBO and Live Nation have inked a partnership to bring the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience in the United States. The tour will feature live music and scenes from GoT. Show composer Ramin Djawadi will lead a full 80-piece orchestra, choir and musical solo performances on a 360-degree stage. The tour will travel across 28 cities in North America including one night in New York City’s Madison Square Garden and at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Check out the complete Game of Thrones Season 7 tour dates and venues below.
The show will also use state-of-the-art technology to present Westeros kingdoms and assure an all-senses experience. Elements of the award-winning show will come alive through LED telescopes, wall screens and special 3D designs, Billboard noted.
The tour will kick off in Kansas City, Missouri on February 15, 2017. Tickets will go on sale starting on Saturday (August 13) via LiveNation.com.
Meanwhile, a special three-disc gatefold vinyl edition of GoT Season 6 soundtrack will be available starting September 30. The set will be for $34.98 via WaterTower Music. The special edition includes Light of the Seven, a theme that introduced piano to the Game of Thrones musical world.
Here are the complete tour dates and venues of the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience:
- Feb. 15, 2017 – Kansas City, Missouri (Sprint Center)
- Feb. 17 – St. Paul, Minnesota (Xcel Energy Center)
- Feb. 19 – Chicago (United Center)
- Feb. 20 – Detroit (Palace of Auburn Hills)
- Feb. 22 – Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena)
- Feb. 23 – Buffalo, New York (First Niagara Center)
- Feb. 25 – Uncasville, Connecticut (Mohegan Sun)
- Feb. 26 – Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)
- March 1 – Washington, DC (Verizon Center)
- March 3 – Montreal (Bell Centre)
- March 4 – Toronto (Air Canada Centre)
- March 6 – Boston (TD Bank Garden)
- March 7 – New York (Madison Square Garden)
- March 9 – Charlotte, North Carolina (Time Warner Cable Arena)
- March 11 – Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (BB&T Center)
- March 12 – Tampa, Florida (Amalie Arena)
- March 14 – Atlanta (Philips Arena)
- March 16 – San Antonio, Texas (AT&T Center)
- March 17 – Houston (Toyota Center)
- March 19 – Denver (Pepsi Center)
- March 21 – Salt Lake City (Maverik Center)
- March 23 – Los Angeles (The Forum)
- March 25 – Las Vegas (MGM Grand Garden Arena)
- March 26 – Phoenix (TalkingStick Resort Arena)
- March 29 – San Jose California (SAP Center)
- March 31 – Seattle (Key Arena)
- April 1 – Vancouver (Rogers Arena)
- April 2 – Portland, Oregon (Moda Center)