Video Games Live Update

Hi All,
 
We have been working extremely hard since our Seattle and Vancouver dates to get Video Games Live back on track for 2006.  We already have a new plan in place (which we have full control of) and have started booking shows for the upcoming year.
 
We appreciate everyone's patience and understanding as we go through this important transition.  Although we got off to a somewhat rocky start, we were still able to put on the biggest video game concert the world had ever seen in July at the Hollywood Bowl.  One of our goals in 2006 is to break that record as well as bringing the VGL experience to as many people as possible.  We were also very proud to perform the first ever video game concert in the country of Canada.
 
Below is some current information we felt people might be interested in.
 
Thank you,
 
Tommy & Jack
 
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Video Games Live – News –  December, 2005

1.  Mystical Stone Entertainment, LLC and Clear  Channel Entertainment have decided to dissolve their joint venture, VGL  Properties, LLC and revert all ownership back to Mystical Stone Entertainment,  LLC. Co-creators Jack Wall & Tommy Tallarico are very grateful to Clear  Channel for the opportunity to make their 4 year dream come true.  MSE  with the help of top booking and marketing agents at William-Morris are  currently putting together a schedule for 2006 which will include various  dates around North America.
 
2.  VGL has announced the first  date of 2006.  We are very proud to announce that Friday, March 24th at  8:00pm (doors open at 7:00pm) at the Civic Auditorium in San Jose, CA VGL will  perform the very first video game concert held in Silicon Valley widely  considered to be the "birthplace of video games".  This event will also  be special because it will be the closing ceremony for the Game Developers  Conference http://www.gdconf.com and  will have our most fantastic meet & greet to date.  Look for tickets  going on sale very soon.  
 
3.  A new interview with  co-creator Tommy Tallarico can be found here:
http://www.gamecloud.com/omg.wtf?lolz=2253

The article discusses the ups & downs of 2005 and provides a lot of new information regarding the tour and future shows.