Since its first performance to more than 11,000 people at the Hollywood Bowl, Video Games Live has been selling out shows in major metropolitan cities around the world for greater than seven years. Now, Video Games Live wants to travel "off the grid" and will be performing shows not only in the big city arenas, theatres and stadiums throughout the world, but to smaller venues and towns as well -- and that could include California's capital city.
In order get the popular concert series to make a stop in Sacramento, all one needs do is email Video Games Live (firstname.lastname@example.org) and tell them to schedule a concert here in town. Video Games Live will take the top 10 cities will add them to the 2012/2013 tour schedule.
"Our goal from the beginning has always been to show the world how culturally significant and artistic video games have become," explained Video Games Live Creator and composer Tommy Tallarico. "I wanted to create a show for everyone whether you're a gamer or not. We always keep our ticket prices as low as possible so everyone can come out and experience what we have to offer... in some locations this year due to certain sponsorships the ticket prices are as low as $5 each."
The Video Games Live "Off the Grid" concert series begins March 21st in London, Ontario.