The 'Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience' Is Coming to Australia

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Winter is coming (back). 

The final season of Game of Thrones may have received mixed reviews, but our obsession with the tv show isn’t any less for it.

We still hum along to the theme song when we hear it and still plan on naming our pet dog Ghost after Jon Snow’s loyal dire wolf companion. 

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Our love for GoT is alive and well. And now, thanks to the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience, we get to relive our love all over again. 

The internationally renowned show is heading to Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide in early 2020. It will bring to life some of Game of Thrones’ most dramatic moments with a live orchestra and choir performing the musical scores from all eight seasons of the show. 

Over in the States, according to MTV, the show featured 360-degree stages (designed to replicate locations throughout the Seven Kingdoms), an 800 foot video wall which replays scenes from the show, and an 80-piece orchestra with custom-made instruments such as a 12-food Wildling horn.

Get ready to relive some of the season's most dramatic moments — SPOILERS— such as Hodor's death, Arya's defeat of the Night King, Joffrey's death, and (sobs) the Red Wedding. 

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But that’s not all, folks. You can level up your experience with a series of 'VIP experiences' like a pre-show medieval banquet, the chance to sit on an Iron Throne and your very own butler, who'll deliver food and drinks (hopefully in goblets) to your seat.

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— Brisbane Entertainment Centre, 7 February.

Sydney — ICC, 9 February. 

Melbourne — Rod Laver Arena, 12 February.

Adelaide — AEC Theatre, 15 February.

Perth — RAC Arena, 17 February. 

Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience pre-sale tickets are available from 9am on Tuesday, August 13 with general sale starting at midday on Friday, August 16 via Live Nation.

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Written By Krisinda Merhi