Multiple fans of Game of Thrones in Europe are in luck, because after the void left by the end of the 7th season and the expected premiere of the eighth and final season for 2019, we've known yesterday that the famous composer Ramin Djawadi will bring to Europe the show "Game of thrones live concert experience", that includes live music, choirs and sequences of the seven seasons of Game of Thrones. On May 8, 2018 will start the European tour at the Wizink Center in Madrid, while two days later, on May 10, the show will visit the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona. The last date of this European Tour will be June, 8 at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne.
About the show, which has already been released in the US and Canada, the Iranian-German director himself has stated: “So we designed a stage that’s going to be 360 degrees and so you could see, there won’t be a bad seat in the house… It’ll be a very special set design. We’re building our own stage so it should be great.It’s been a couple of years in the planning..We really wanted to make it a special event. We wanted it to be an immersive experience so that when you’re walking into the arena, you are in Westeros”.
Tickets for Spain shows, whose prices range from €45.00+fees of the cheaper ticket to €345.00 + fees of the exclusive distribution packs, are already available in pre-order on HBO, Facebook,, Livenation and Ticketmaster, while the general sale will start on Friday, September 29 at 10am on Livenation, Ticketmaster.es and El Corte Ingles.
Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience European tour 2018
May 8 — Madrid, WiZink Center
May 10 — Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi
May 12 — Paris, AccorHotel Arena
May 14 — Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena
May 15 — Lodz, Atlas Arena
May 16 — Prague, O2 Arena Prague
May 18 — Budapest, Budapest Arena
May 19 — Vienna, Wiener Stadthalle
May 21 — Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
May 22 — Antwerp, Antwerps Sportpaleis
May 24 — Dublin, 3Arena
May 25 — Belfast, The SSE Arena
May 27 — London, Wembley Arena
May 29 — Harburg, Barclaycard Arena
May 31 — Stockholm, Ericsson Globe
June 1 — Copenhagen, Royal Arena
June 4 — Munich, Olympiahalle
June 5 — Zurich, HallenStadion
June 7 — Frankfurt, Festhalle Frankfurt
June 8 — Cologne, Lanxess Arena