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Video Games Live to feature more than 50 shows worldwide

Video Games Live will begin touring once more with more than 50 performances worldwide, organizers recently announced.

Video Games Live is a concert series that features live music paired with performers, special lighting and more to recreate tracks from popular games. Featured franchises include Halo, Final Fantasy, The Legend of Zelda, Mario and Tomb Raider.

The concert series kicked off in Phoenix, Ariz., at the Orpheum Theatre and will continue into Mexico next. Special guest performances include Journey composer Austin Wintory, Blizzard Entertainment audio director and composer Russell Brower, and God of War composer Gerard Marino.

Performances will continue throughout the U.S., China, Belgium and more, with shows ending in March 2015 in Canada. Tour dates and tickets are available now for several shows through Video Games Live's official website. Additional dates and ticket prices for 2015 will be added later.

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