Whether you play music or games (or both!), Heroes: A Video Game Symphony will have something for you.
Each show will have a 70-piece orchestra joined by a choir, coming together to play songs from beloved video games such as Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, Portal 2, BioShock, Guild Wars 2, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Fallout 4, Starfield, Dragon Age, Shadow of the Colossus, and many more.
The musical experience is kicking off its tour Aug. 11 with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Handel Choir of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland. Additional tour dates include Sep. 16-17 in Cincinnati, Ohio and Sep. 21-22 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The full concert includes an overarching narrative broken into different chapters of a larger story, following the hero’s journey. Narrator Nigel Carrington, known from the game Dear Esther, will guide audience members through the experience as they immerse themselves in the music they hold dear.
Heroes: A Video Game Symphony is produced by JMP Entertainment. Previous symphony offerings from the group include a series of Final Fantasy concerts and The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. This newest symphony will bring all your favorite video games together in one place, so grab tickets now and keep your eyes peeled for new tour date announcements on the official webpage.