Finally You Can Listen to the 'Game of Thrones' Music Without Watching the Show

The global fantasy phenomenon isn't satisfied with conquering cable TV—it's coming for your concert halls, too.
August 8, 2016, 9:40pm
Photo courtesy of LiveNation

Listen, Game of Thrones is long. There are countless hours of the TV show to catch up on, and that's not even counting the books. If you aren't already caught up on the cultural phenomenon (guilty as charged), that's fine—in fact, a more potentially digestible way to inhale the show's lore seems to be coming your way.

Next February, the TV show's musical composer Ramin Djawadi will tour the US with a full orchestra and choir to bring the most memorable musical moments from Game of Thrones to gigantic concert venues near you. Seriously, take a look at the conceptual art of the performance above—that looks fucking massive, and whether you're a total Thrones-head or just someone joining your obsessed loved ones, it's sure to be a crazy visual spectacle that won't be replicated anytime soon.

"For the past six seasons of Game of Thrones, I have been tremendously inspired to compose music to David Benioff's and D. B. Weiss's extraordinary adaption of George R. R. Martin's epic A Song of Fire and Ice series," Djawadi said in a press release touting the concert tour. "Now, by combining the music with state of the art technology, we are going to bring the astonishing world of Westeros to fans in a live and unique concert experience."

Check out the dates and venues here. Tickets go on sale this coming Saturday, August 13.