"rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes" Makes North American Debut This Spring

Celebrating the music of video games, “rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes”—the spiritual successor to, “Play! A Video Game Symphony”—is making its North American debut on April 19, 2014. The concert features music depicting memorable moments from games including Journey, The Legend of Zelda, The Elder Scrolls, Halo, Final Fantasy, God of War, Dear Esther, Bioshock, Portal 2, Metal Gear Solid, and more. First stop on its North American tour? St. Petersburg, Florida’s Mahaffey Theater on April 19.

About “rePLAY”:

Developed by the creative team behind “Dear Friends,” “More Friends: Music from Final Fantasy,” and “Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses,” the “rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes” live concert experience places the beautiful music of games in a whole new context, taking the audience on an extraordinary hero’s journey. The music of “rePLAY” serves as a focal point to displaying the incredible worlds that are created for these games, and highlights the art, animation, visual fidelity, and technical feats that make the medium so compelling across the globe. Additionally, new HD visuals have been created for each piece in the show. A powerful concert for the entire family, gamer and non-gamer alike, “rePLAY” is an unforgettable experience.


Many additional cities and dates for the 2014 “rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes” World Tour are already booked, with more to be announced soon. If you would like to find out more, you can visit the site’s official link at replay-symphony.com for updates.


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