By Ariel Scotti / May 9, 2019

“Game of Thrones” Live Tour — The Concert You Didn’t Know You Needed

Special guests like System of a Down's Serj Takian have been known to drop in

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The end of "Game of Thrones" means the end of subscribing to HBO for many. (HBO)

There may only be two episodes of HBO’s Game of Thrones left to air but its music will live on — at least through this summer.

That’s thanks to the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience, a performance featuring music from the beloved show that will be played in amphitheaters across the country, according to Brooklyn Vegan. Just like in previous showcases, the concert will feature a full orchestra paying tribute to composer Ramin Djawadi‘s score while scenes from the series play in the backdrop. Djawadi is expected to make special appearances at the New York City-area show at Long Island’s Jones Beach in September and at a Los Angeles performance at the Hollywood Bowl in October.

Previous iterations of the performance have had special guests like Matt Berninger from The National and Serj Takian from System of a Down.

Tickets for all performances of the go on sale Monday, May 13 at 10AM, with pre-sales starting Thursday, May 9 at noon with the password REPLAY

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