Video Games Live is an immersive concert experience of music from video games performed with orchestras and combined with light, sounds, and audience interaction and is coming back to the mountain state. They will be performing with the Wheeling Symphony in Wheeling and the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra in Charleston. The Wheeling show will be at the Capital Theatre Friday February 10th starting at 7:30pm. The Charleston show will be at the Clay Center Saturday February 11th starting at 8pm.
The show will also have a costume contest prior to the concert and a meet & greet with “game industry luminaries” after the concert. Traditional string quartet, Triforce Quartet will be performing as special guests at both shows.
Tickets for the Wheeling performance range from $16.50 to $62. The tickets for the Charleston show range from $35 to $69. Get them while you can. There is an Ultimate Gamer V.I.P. Experience Package you can add to either ticket for $100. With it you get a laminated backstage tour pass, pre-show production tour with meet & greet, album download card, pin, sticker, front of line access to post-show meet & greet, and signed page of conductor sheet music.
Fans of video games and video game music will want to try to catch this. The performance will not be boring.