Music Is Coming: Live ‘Game of Thrones’ Concert Event to Hit Hollywood
If you, like me, still suffer from PTVSD (Post-TV Stress Disorder, obviously) every time you hear the "Rains of Castamere," then you may want to avoid the Hollywood Palladium on Monday, August 8.
Like the White Walkers, Game of Thrones will descend upon the masses like never before next week when a special live concert hits Los Angeles.
The exclusive fan event will feature a full orchestral performance courtesy of German-Iranian show composer Ramin Djawadi, an appearance by actor Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays Bran Stark on the series, and a costume display featuring clothing from Season 6.
There will also be an interactive (and no doubt trippy) "Hall of Faces" exhibit, a "holographic experience" with the Red Woman herself, Melisandre, and a prop exhibit which will display Arya Stark's sword, Needle, as well as King's Landing's iconic (if not wholly anti-ergonomic) Iron Throne.
A short trailer for the event premiered online August 4, heralding that "music is coming." Watch below:
The event kicks off at 11:30 a.m. on Monday in Hollywood.
And if you're not too concerned that Cersei, Queen of All Things Petty, just may have laced the Palladium with acid-green Wildfire, good news: Attendance is open to the public, but you must RSVP in advance.
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