Metal Gear Orchestra Series Coming to US, Europe, and Japan

Posted by March 14, 2018 Comment

Have you ever played a Metal Gear game and thought, “damn this game has some sweet tunes”? Because boy do we have a story for you. Konami is releasing the official Metal Gear orchestra concert series this coming fall to fans in the US, Europe, and Japan.

The series will start in Los Angeles (Oct. 10) before moving to New York (Oct. 13) and Paris (Oct. 28). The concert will feature more than 70 musicians on stage, including Metal Gear singer Donna Burke and HD footage from the game projected on a giant screen in perfect sync with the music. You know, the usual video game concert series experience.

You can expect to hear some of your favorite background music pieces like the “Main Theme,” “Encounter,” “Father and Son,” as well as ear-candy jingles like “The Best is Yet to Come,” “Snake Eater,” and “Heavens Divide,” which will be sung live by Donna Burke.

You can check out some shots from previous concerts in the gallery below.

Tickets will be available for pre-sale from March 17, 2018 (starting from noon local time of each city). Starting April 4, 2018, the remaining tickets will be available on www.ticketfly.com for Los Angeles and New York and on www.fnacspectacles.com for Paris.

The full tour schedule is below:

  • Los Angeles (USA) – October 10, 2018 – Wellshire Ebell Theatre
  • Pre-sales at shop.wildfaery.com starting March 17, 2018 (from 12pm local time)
  • Then available starting April 4, 2018 at www.ticketfly.com
  • New York (USA) – October 13, 2018 – United Palace
  • Pre-sales at shop.wildfaery.com starting March 17, 2018 (from 12pm local time)
  • Then available starting April 4, 2018 at www.ticketfly.com
  • Paris (France) – October 28, 2018 – Palais des Congrès
  • Pre-sales at shop.wildfaery.com starting March 17, 2018 (from 12pm local time)
  • Then available starting April 4, 2018 at www.fnacspectacles.com
(Last Updated March 14, 2018 1:27 pm )

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