When are the 11 Assassin’s Creed Symphony concert dates?
The upcoming Assassin’s Creed Symphony concerts will likely be some of the most exciting experiences for fans of the action adventure stealth video game series ever.
Considering the concert series will feature a live 80-piece orchestra and choir, spectacular special effects, HD footage of scenes from all 10 of the Assassin’s Creed games projected onto enormous screens behind the orchestra as they play, and with some of the most iconic Assassin’s Creed music being performed.
As the time for the first of the 11 planned Assassin’s Creed Symphony concert dates approaches, however, and with the Paris, France concert on June 29th, tickets are still available for all of them. And at a variety of price levels.
All 11 of the Assassin’s Creed Symphony concert dates are as follows:
Paris – Palais des Congrès, June 29, 2019
San Francisco – Davies Symphony Hall, August 3, 2019
Montreal – Place des Arts, September 27, 2019
Dusseldorf – Mitsubishi Electric Halle, October 4, 2019
London – Eventim Apollo, Oct 5, 2019
Milan –Teatro Degli Arcimboldi, Oct 6, 2019
Toronto – Sony Center, October 26, 2019
Vancouver – Orpheum Theatre, October 27, 2019
Los Angeles – Dolby Theater, November 10, 2019
Barcelona – Auditori Fòrum CCIB, November 23, 2019
Zurich – Hallenstadion, November 30, 2019
Just be aware, if you plan on attending the California event, the Los Angeles concert originally scheduled for June has now been moved back to November 10th.
If you would like to attend that or any other Assassin’s Creed Symphony concert, you can buy tickets from the Symphony’s webpage now.
Then watch the just released concert trailer below to check out just what you will experience on the night.
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