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The Metal Gear Live symphonic concert announces international tour

The Metal Gear orchestral concert series announces a three date international tour beginning in Los Angeles.

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Metal Gear orchestral concert series

The Metal Gear orchestral concert series announces a three date international tour beginning in Los Angeles.

The official Metal Gear orchestral concert series will make its international debut in October this year, featuring more than 70 musicians live on stage, and performances from Metal Gear singer, Donna Burke.

The short tour begins at the Wellshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, before moving to New York, and then Paris for a single European date. The symphonic performance will be backed by HD footage from the long-running video game series that will be projected in sync with the music.

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The concert will include a number fan-favourite pieces, including the Main Theme, Father and Son, and Encounter. Donna Burke will perform live vocals on titles such as Snake Easter, and the The Best is Yet to Come. Burke is best known for her contributions to Konami’s Silent Hill 2, her performance of When Heaven’s Divide in Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker, and her covers collection, the Metal Gear Solid Vocal Album.

Metal Gear orchestral concert series

Tickets for the tour go on pre-sale via Wildfaery at noon local time on Friday March 17, 2018. Any remaining tickets – so probably none – will go on sale from April 4, 2018 via Ticketfly in the United States, and Fnac in Paris.

Metal Gear Orchestral Tour Dates

  • Los Angeles – October 10, 2018 – Wellshire Ebell Theatre
  • New York – October 13, 2018 – United Palace
  • Paris  – October 28, 2018 – Palais des Congrès

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