VGL Returns to Indy!

VIDEO GAMES LIVE RETURNS FOR TWO NIGHTS TO INDIANAPOLIS WITH THE INDIANAPOLIS SYMPHONY DURING GEN CON!

Record Setting Gaming Conference, World Class Symphony and Historic Venue to Celebrate Video Games!

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

We are happy to announce our return to Indianapolis in 2008 with shows taking place August 15th & 16th at the Hilbert Circle Theatre during Gen Con.  These shows will once again be performed by the incredible Indianapolis Symphony!

Due to our world tour and schedule conflicts in 2007, we weren't able to make it out to Indianapolis last year.  But since our last performance in Indianapolis back in 2006, we've put together a lot of brand new material including new special fx, video and musical segments from such games as Halo 3, StarCraft II, Final Fantasy, Metroid, Castlevania, Harry Potter and others!  And of course there is updated material from such classics as Mario, Zelda & Sonic to modern day franchises like Kingdom Hearts, Warcraft, Metal Gear Solid and many more!



Indianapolis, IN
Friday, August 15, 2008 - 8PM
Hilbert Circle Theatre
Indianapolis Symphony
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!


Indianapolis, IN
Saturday, August 16, 2008 - 8PM
Hilbert Circle Theatre
Indianapolis Symphony
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!


As Video Games Live continues to grow by leaps and bounds, we've seen a lot of people disappointed because they haven't been able to get tickets due to sell outs.  Please get your tickets now for the best seats and before the major marketing push to the general public takes place. 

We're proud to be teamed up once again with the amazing Indianapolis Symphony as well as Gen Con.  The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is one of America’s leading orchestras whose mission is to advance the enjoyment and appreciation of symphonic music through performances at the highest artistic level and innovative programs that challenge, educate, enrich, and entertain.  Gen Con Indy is the original, longest running, best attended, table gaming convention in the world.  For nearly 40 years, Gen Con Indy has been setting the trend and breaking records.  Last year, more than 26,000 unique attendees experienced Gen Con Indy.

And how about the venue!  Constructed in 1916, the Hilbert Circle Theatre in downtown Indianapolis was one of the first motion picture palaces west of New York built especially for the purpose of showing feature-length photoplays. The historic theater also featured many of the leading entertainers of their eras, including Tommy Dorsey, Spike Jones, Frank Sinatra, Rudy Vallee, Glenn Miller, and Dizzy Gillespie among others. The Hilbert Circle Theatre is one of the few prominent early 20th century movie palaces that remains active and in operation today.

Thank you all so much for your continued support of Video Games Live.  Our dream from the beginning was to help prove to the world how culturally significant and artistic video games have become.  And you are all helping us to achieve our goal and dreams!  Thank-you for being a part of it and please help us by spreading the above info to all of your friends and family in the area. 

If anyone is interested in helping us out before the show, please contact Chris Tripoli at chris@videogameslive.com and he can give you more information about getting involved and what special things you can be a part of.


Hope to see you soon in Indiana!


Tommy Tallarico & Jack Wall
Video game composers & co-creators of Video Games Live
www.videogameslive.com

http://www.myspace.com/videogameslive




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