Game of Thrones: Live Concert Experience
The “Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience” recently announced a North American tour, and Jones Beach is one of the few stops on the limited tour. The sounds of Westeros will come to Jones Beach, Long Island on Sat, Sept 14.
“Thrilled to announce new concert dates for the Game of Thrones: Live Concert Experience that will include [music from] all eight seasons,” composer Ramin Djawadi. Djawadi, who has updated musical and visual elements of the show, which launched in February 2017, will make “special appearances” at the Jones Beach concert and two others nationwide. The show will include new arrangements of music from the current eighth and final season of HBO’s epic-fantasy series, including the nine-minute “The Night King” theme.
Get ready to hear “The Rains of Castamere” playing at the amphitheater. HBO is celebrating the end of Game of Thrones with a farewell tour called Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience across 20 North American cities… Concertgoers will enjoy Ramin Djawadi’s Emmy Award-winning score played by a full orchestra as iconic scenes from the fantasy series play on a large screen in front of them. Djawadi himself will be conducting the performance at Jones Beach Theater.
Djawadi won a 2018 Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for Series Original Dramatic Score for his “Game of Thrones” work, as well as a 2017 Grammy nomination for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media for that series… “Having first conceptualized the tour several years ago, Ramin will be reworking and redeveloping the musical and visual elements of the concert to create a brand new, live experience that encompasses fan-favorite pieces from the entirety of Game of Thrones,” the promoters said in a statement to Variety.
Unlike previous tours, these concerts will include themes from the show’s current eighth and final season, including Djawadi’s nine-minute track for the Night King. The concerts first began in North America during the winter of 2017, before enjoying a European tour the following spring. Then they returned to America that fall.