Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience coming to Walmart AMP

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HBO’s eight season hit show Game of Thrones may be coming to an end soon, but fans can relive some of their favorite moments from the show through the music at a special concert event at the Walmart AMP this fall.

Emmy Award-winning composer Ramin Djawadi will bring his Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience tour to the venue for a performance on Wednesday, Sept. 25.

Here’s more info about the show.

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 tour will include new musical arrangements from the series’ eighth and final season such as the “The Night King” theme, Ramin’s epic nine-minute composition that went viral immediately after debuting on the show. Within days, the track garnered millions of streams across the internet, reached the top four most downloaded songs on iTunes and the top 18 most watched videos on YouTube.

The inaugural run of the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience Featuring Ramin Djawadi kicked off in North America in February 2017 and was praised by audiences and critics alike as a must-see spectacle for fans of the television series. Following the success of the tour, Ramin embarked on a European run during spring 2018 before returning for a second North American tour in the fall 2018. To date, the show has amassed a total of 75 arena concerts across the globe.

In addition to his work on Game of Thrones, Djawadi has composed recognizable music for “Westworld”, “Jack Ryan” and “Prison Break” to feature films such as A Wrinkle in Time, Mountain Between Us, Slender Man, The Great Wall, Pacific Rim, Iron Man and Clash of the Titans.

Tickets to the event are on sale now, and range from $29.50-$99.50 (plus fees). To purchase, visit the Walton Arts Center box office in person, call 479-443-5600, or visit

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