Game of Thrones Live

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones Live 

Winter is Coming to Seattle

key arenaNow you can travel to the mystical Westeros and Essos and never leave your seat. Game of Thrones is coming to Key Arena, at Seattle Center as a symphony and it is spectacular. The driving force behind the hit HBO television series’ music, Ramin Djawadi, has taken the show and run with it. Coming to Seattle in March, 2016, this Game of Thrones symphony will highlight not only trademark scores from the Award-winning series, but also have large screens to evoke the "world within a sphere" before your very eyes. Featuring scenes from the show you know and love, with some new footage especially created for this tour, the visual aspect is a triumph to watch while enjoying the orchestra.

An Unprecedented Composer
Nominated for several awards from the first season in 2011 and on, and winning several OFTAs, the musical score of Game of Thrones is obviously special to the series. From the opening theme to each character’s different background music, it is an essential part of the show. For example, Daenerys Targaryen’s theme has changed and progressed in honor of the character’s rise in power, becoming more complex and epic with every season. Interesting, right? This is just one way that Djawadi has incorporated subtle suggestions with just a change of bass or cello. He is a masterful composer and his talent has been utilized in movies like Iron Man and other television shows like Prison Break and Person of Interest.

Prepare for the Epic Journey
Traveling from out of town to go to symphonic spectacle that is GoT in concert? A smart way to go is choosing a vacation rental home in downtown Seattle instead of a hotel. While you are waiting to embark on your journey to distant lands, why not strategize your schedule and take advantage of all that Seattle has to offer?

There’s so much to do in downtown Seattle. A plethora of options make it easy to plan an entire weekend around your symphonic adventure. Take a culinary trip around our own world before the show. Restaurants like Bahn Thai restaurant and Roti Indian cuisine are all in walking distance from the arena and are reasonably priced. Or if you’d rather prepare your own dinner, staying at a rental home makes it easy. Something you won’t be able to do when you’re staying in a limited hotel room. A microwave can only do so much.

Plus, if you’re going in character to the show, there will be ample room to house your costume, prop swords, dragons, and wigs. When you’re not hindered on space, you can truly make yourself at home. Make sure to bring all the GoT DVDs so you can marathon binge back at the rental home. Go ahead and nerd out all weekend, it’s not every day you get to see a live version of a you can’t get enough of. Knock yourself out!

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