Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience composed by Ramin Djawadi was an epic performance. I managed to see the performance at The Forum located in Inglewood, CA and had amazing seats. The show started with the Main Title song in which clips were shown on giant 360 screens. The stage was massive, with custom-built LED screens in the center and a trio of tiered, 360-degree screens on each side. The side screens would drop down into both pyramid and reverse-pyramid formations, which gaves the production a lot of opportunities to change the literal shape of the show as it progresses. Because of the different locations and runways connecting them, the musicians — especially soloists, percussionists, the choirs, and even Djawadi himself — can move around during the show
System of a Down’s Serj Tankian made an appearance and delivered a moving performance at the ‘Game of Thrones’ Live Experience. “The Rains of Castamere” is famous in the world of Westeros, the fictional land where Game of Thrones is set. Guided by a piano and a symphony, Serj showcases his broad range, starting off somber and unnerving. Moving along with the crescendoing energy, he explodes during the final moments in a moving performance that now stands among his finest achievements.
The entire performance was amazing from , “Light of the Seven,” “Needle” to “Winter Has Come” the entire concert was amazing with special effects and elaborate instruments.