“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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By Ariel Scotti / May 9, 2019 2:32 pm

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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