8:30 PM on 07.15.2013
Music from Dota 2, Destiny, Final Fantasy, Castlevania, and more
For all of the positive buzz I've heard surrounding Video Games Live, I have yet to see the concert. About as good of an opportunity as we're going to get has presented itself: the latest show will be streamable for free via Twitch on July 20 starting at 6:00pm Pacific.
The 20-track set itself starts at 8:00pm and will be preceded by two hours of pre-show interviews with musicians and folks from the games industry. Those in town for San Diego Comic-Con will be able to see Video Games Live in person at the San Diego Civic Theatre. Lucky! At least the rest of us can watch from the comfort of our homes. Find the full schedule below.
- 6:00pm: Gerard Marino, Composer God of War [guest musician]
- 6:10pm: Tim Larkin, Composer Dota 2 (Valve) [guest conductor]
- 6:20pm: Austin Wintory, Grammy nominated composer of Journey [guest conductor]
- 6:30pm: Emmanuel Fratianni, Video game/film/TV composer & principle conductor of Video Games Live
- 6:40pm: Jillian Aversa: Vocalist (Halo, God of War, Civilization, Soul Calibur) [vocal soloist]
- 6:50pm: Clint Bajakian & Peter McConnell, original LucasArts composers [guest musicians]
- 7:00pm: Eimear Noone, Conductor of Diablo III and Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses [guest conductor]
- 7:10pm: Russell Brower, Audio Director, Composer - Blizzard Entertainment [guest conductor]
- 7:20pm: Brian Tyler: Film composer & composer of Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag [guest conductor]
- 7:30pm: Marty O'Donnell & Mike Salvatori, Halo & Destiny [guest conductors]
- 7:40pm: David Hayter, voice of the original Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid 1 - 4
- 7:50pm: Costume Contest
- 8:00pm - 9:00pm: Video Games Live - Act I
- 9:00pm - 9:15: Tommy Tallarico, Video game composer & Creator/Producer/Host of Video Games Live
- 9:20pm - 10:30pm: Video Games Live - Act II
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