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Winter has been postponed.
While Game of Thrones fans settle in for a long wait for season 8 to arrive in 2018 (or 2019), HBO is bringing back its live concert experience with composer Ramin Djawadi.
Djawadi announced via Facebook today the Game of Thrones Concert Experience series is returning for a second run in 2018 after its successful inaugural debut last year. Djawadi will headline the tour in 20 cities across Europe and 25 cities in North America. He will conduct a live orchestra, soloists, and choir, and play instruments himself in front of video montages from all seven seasons of Game of Thrones.
If you’ve already seen the concert, don’t worry: The concert series is unveiling new footage from season 7 and a new custom stage design with state-of-the-art video technology. Fans will relive some of the show’s greatest (and most intense) moments like the Red Wedding, The Battle of the Bastards, Cersei burning down the Citadel, and the crumbling of the Wall.
“The minute you walk into the arena, it will feel like you’re in Westeros,” Djawadi said in the video announcement published on HBO’s Facebook page.
The European leg of the tour will kick off May 8 in Madrid, while the North American tour will kick off Sept. 5 in Vancouver and conclude on Oct. 14 in Toronto according to the announcement.
HBO subscribers can snag a ticket early during a special HBO pre-sale launching today at 6pm ET that goes through 10pm Thursday. Tickets for all dates go on sale starting Friday at 10am.
Check to see if your city will be on the tour below.
- May 8 — Madrid, WiZink Center
- May 10 — Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi
- May 12 — Paris, AccorHotel Arena
- May 14 — Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena
- May 15 — Lodz, Atlas Arena
- May 16 — Prague, O2 Arena Prague
- May 18 — Budapest, Budapest Arena
- May 19 — Vienna, Wiener Stadthalle
- May 21 — Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
- May 22 — Antwerp, Antwerps Sportpaleis
- May 24 — Dublin, 3Arena
- May 25 — Belfast, The SSE Arena
- May 27 — London, Wembley Arena
- May 29 — Harburg, Barclaycard Arena
- May 31 — Stockholm, Ericsson Globe
- June 1 — Copenhagen, Royal Arena
- June 4 — Munich, Olympiahalle
- June 5 — Zurich, HallenStadion
- June 7 — Frankfurt, Festhalle Frankfurt
- June 8 — Cologne, Lanxess Arena
North American leg:
September 5 — Vancouver, Pepsi Live at Rodgers Arena
September 6 — Seattle, KeyArena
September 8 — San Jose, SAP Center
September 9 — Los Angeles, The Forum
September 11 — San Diego, Viejas Arena
September 12 — Phoenix, Gile River Arena
September 14 — Denver, Pepsi Center
September 16 — Dallas, American Airlines Center
September 17 — Houston, Toyota Center
September 18 — Austin, Frank Erwin Center
September 21 — Tampa, Amalie Arena
September 22 — Ft. Lauderdale, BB&T Center
September 25 — Washington DC, Capital One Arena
September 26 — Newark, Prudential Center
September 28 — Uncasville, Mohegan Sun Arena
September 28 — Boston, DCU Center
September 30 — University Park, Bryce Jordan Center
October 2 — Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
October 3 — New York City, Madison Square Garden
October 5 — St. Louis, Scottrade Center
October 6 — Chicago, AllState Arena
October 9 — Detroit, Little Caesars Arena
October 10 — Columbus, Schottenstein Center
October 12 — Montreal, Bell Centre
October 14 — Toronto, Air Canada Centre
You can buy tickets here.
Danielle Ransom is a journalist who has worked as a researcher for CNN, NBC's KXAN-TV, CBS' KEYE-TV.