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Boston Plays Indies show to close Boston Festival of Indie Games

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The Boston Festival of Indie Games, a one-day event created to highlight indie games developed in New England, will be capped by a concert called Boston Plays Indies, the festival's organizers announced today.

Co-sponsored by Cambridge, Mass.-based Harmonix, Boston Plays Indies will feature chiptune, video game and rock music from five different artists: the Video Game Orchestra; Dj Cutman; Bastion and Transistor composer Darren Korb; Control Group, of which Korb is a member; and deadbeatblast.

The show will begin at 8 p.m. ET on Sept. 14 at the Middle East Downstairs in Cambridge. Tickets are available online for $25.

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