Tomb Raider Live in Concert is a celebration of the original trilogy and features music from the first three games. Played live by a 45 piece orchestra and a 26 voice choir, conducted by Australian Jessica Gethin, the music will be played while highlights from the games are projected on-screen.
Tomb Raider’s composer Nathan Mcree will be in Australia to mark the debut of the event in the country. First released in 1996, Tomb Raider has spawned multiple sequels, a reboot trilogy, movies and more.
Promotor Dale Harrison said of the concert, “Tomb Raider is one of the greatest gaming franchises of all time. As it continues to evolve 22 years on this concert will celebrate where it all began, with the original trilogy and some of the most iconic gaming music and themes ever composed.”
Tomb Raider Live
The concert will be held on Sunday, April 7, 2019, at Hamer Hall, Melbourne Arts Centre.
Tickets are available now from the Arts Centre website. Ticket prices are as follows;
- Meet & Greet – $162.05
- Premium – $141.65
- A Reserve – $131.45
- B Reserve – $121.25
- C Reserve – $100.85
Meet and Greet Tickets will give fans the best seats available, a chance to meet and have a photo with composer Nathan Mcree and a signed copy of the cover page of the Tomb Raider theme sheet music.
For more information, head to the official website.