Video Games Live Adds 30 Shows To World Tour

Since 2005, Video Games Live has been performed in front of more than half a million people around the world. Today, the touring show featuring music from video games performed by orchestras, announced 30 more show dates from Taipei to Tucson.

"Our goal and dream of successfully showcasing the video game industry and video game music to the masses has really taken off." said prolific game composer and VGL co-creator Tommy Tallarico. "The support and interest from around the world has been absolutely amazing and we're really looking forward to continuing this for many years to come."

Tickets for the World Tour go on sale today at videogameslive.com

August 29, 2009 – Taipei, Taiwan September 5, 2009 – Beijing, China September 21, 2009 – Tokyo, Japan September 22, 2009 – Tokyo, Japan September 25, 2009 – Augusta, Georgia, USA September 30, 2009 – Belo Horizonte, Brazil October 1, 2009 – Salvador, Brazil October 4, 2009 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 7, 2009 – Sao Paulo, Brazil October 11, 2009 – Philadelphia, PA, USA (two shows) October 13, 2009 – Shanghai, China October 17, 2009 – Taipei, Taiwan October 25, 2009 – New York City, New York, USA November 7, 2009 – Portland, Oregon, USA November 8, 2009 – Portland, Oregon, USA November 16, 2009 – Poland November 17, 2009 – Poland November 18, 2009 – Poland November 21, 2009 – Paris, France November 25, 2009 – Gateshead, England November 27, 2009 – Lisbon, Portugal November 29, 2009 – Dublin, Ireland December 3, 2009 – Cardiff, Wales, UK March 13, 2009 – Tuscon, Arizona, USA March 14, 2009 – Tuscon, Arizona, USA April 10, 2009 - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

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Comments

    And still nothing in Australia. SHOCKER.

    Oh, wondrous, nothing in Australia. Hell, if they -did- come to Aus, it'd be Sydney and Melbourne and nothing else. No way I'd ever get to see them here in Perth.

    Man, I'd pay $120Au for that sort of ticket.

    Nathan video games live was here in aus like last year or the year before cause i remember going to the Sydney show

    I really wanted to go to the one last year but it was sold out nefore i got back from school. FML!

    interesting how most of the KotakuAU team is based in perth. Rock.

    but going on topic, Why the hell aren't there DVDs of VGL concerts yet? come on guys, you'd make so much cash!

    They do have soundtracks u can buy and other merch from they website

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