Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience Comes to a Close

Written by Frank Nguyen & Lauriston Brewster

(Spoilers Ahead) October 14 marked the last leg of the “Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience” tour. Overall, it has been hailed as a “concert gift for fans” and was a formidable critical hit.

The Emmy Award winning Producer and Composer Ramin Djawadi ferried the Game of Throne Live Concert Experience on the road for 72 shows across North America and Europe, allowing audiences to experience highlights from the tv series from season 1 to season 7 (FYI there will be no spoilers for season 8). Each musical score brings the audience closer to Westeros, as we share the muddy battlefield with Jon Snow at the Battle of the Bastards and we cry along with Bryan Stark while Hodor makes the ultimate sacrifice.

Fans of the HBO fantasy show Game of Thrones will instantly recognize their favorite soundtrack such as, Light of the Seven, Winds of Winter, or the dreadful and unforgettable Rains of Castamere.

Ramin Djawadi’s orchestra visited Houston in September and played at Toyota Center. He conducted the 80 piece orchestra and choir alongside a vocalist and soloist.  Completing the live experience was a full stage pyrotechnics and a 360 degree telescoping stage.

Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience

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Not only does Djawadi conduct, but he also performs with unique instruments complemented by wildfire (yes green fire). The concert experience is approximately three hours long with a much needed 15 minute intermission.

If you think you know what embodies a Game of Thrones Live concert experience then let us tell you: you know nothing, Jon Snow.