Tickets for Skyrim in Concert at the London Palladium go on sale October 4, 2016.
In case you weren’t paying attention, Skyrim is being remastered for PS4 and Xbox One. Bethesda famously practised for the development of Fallout 4 by porting the previous-generation fifth Elder Scrolls game for the latest generation consoles, though Todd Howard was quick to tell fans not to “get their hopes up”.
Now that the DLC cycle has finished and Fallout 4 is effectively out of the way, Bethesda is pulling back the curtain on their pet project. To coincide with the release of the Skyrim Special Edition, a live performance of the soundtrack, Skyrim in Concert, is coming to the London Palladium on November 16, 2016.
Here are the details from the press release:
Based on the award winning score by Jeremy Soule, Skyrim in Concert takes concert goers on a nostalgic, musical journey through the landscape of one of The Elder Scrolls’ most popular instalments. Performed live by the Winterhold Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir, attendees will enjoy brand new arrangements of some of Skyrim’s most epic and moving themes, including Far Horizons, The Streets of Whiterun and the rousing main theme, Dragonborn, as well as more surprises on the night.
Tickets for the Skyrim in Concert event will range from £26.50–76.50 ($35–99 US) depending on which bit of the London Palladium you want to sit in and how fancy you’re feeling, with private boxes at the top end of the spectrum.
They go up for pre-sale on October 4, 2016, and given that it’s Ticketmaster you can be assured of two things:
- There will be a hefty booking fee lumped onto your basket at the last moment.
- There will be a server queue that makes even Destiny look easily accessible.