The Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience tickets go on sale this Saturday at livenation.com.

By Mariah Haas
Updated August 09, 2016 12:50 AM
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Get ready GoT fans – the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience is set to kick off in February!

The tour – which will feature an orchestra, choir and musical solo performances – will visit 28 cities in North America and will be led by the HBO series’ composer, Ramin Djawadi.

Game of Thrones is a special show so we thought, ‘Well if we do this, let’s make this very special,'” Djawadi said during a Q&A with Isaac Hempstead Wright – who stars as Bran Stark in the Emmy award-winning show – following HBO’s big announcement in L.A. on Monday.

Continued Djawadi: “So we designed a stage that’s going to be 360 degrees and so you could see, there won’t be a bad seat in the house … It’ll be a very special set design. We’re building our own stage so it should be great.”

The concert – which will take people through the Seven Kingdoms – will include “fan favorites like ‘Mhysa’ and ‘The Children,’ and of course, ‘Light of the Seven,'” shared Djawadi, adding that they’ll have a “great selection.”

When asked by Wright what it is about the music that fans connect with, Djawadi explained, “It’s a very emotional [and] a very dramatic show.”

“We have character themes. We have the themes of different houses and different plots,” continued Djawadi. “And I think it’ll be nice, again, to see real musicians play those themes and remind us of some of the characters maybe that we’ve kind of lost now throughout the season.”

He added: “It will be very emotional.”

The Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience tickets go on sale this Saturday at livenation.com.