Metal Gear Orchestral Concert Series

The official Metal Gear orchestral concert series announced a couple of their early 2019 plans today. On March 23, there will be a concert taking place in New York City at United Palace. Next is Los Angeles, with a concert slated at the Willshire Ebell Theater for April 6. As you can probably tell by those two links, tickets are on sale now.

This series will see over 70 musicians on stage, including Donna Burke who sang "Heaven's Divide" and "Sins of the Father" over the years. All of this is accompanied by "HD footage" of the game being projected onto a giant screen in sync with the music.

Reviving the most memorable moments of the game, the concert will feature the best music from the METAL GEAR Solid games, with background music (BGM) like the “Main Theme,” “Encounter,” “Father and Son,” not to forget memorable songs such as “The Best is Yet to Come,” “Snake Eater,” and “Heavens Divide,” which will be sung live by Donna Burke.

Beloved by millions of fans, the video game series has sold more than 50 million units worldwide over the 30 years since its release. A particular breakout success since the “Metal Gear Solid” instalment that was released on PlayStation in 1998, the series’ popularity continued to soar up to the release of the fifth main episode “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain” on PlayStation IV in 2015, the top-selling METAL GEAR game of all time. Setting the standard for action-adventure stealth video games, it mainly revolves around the now-legendary character of Solid Snake and his nemesis Big Boss, who are both working to infiltrate and take down an evil organization that poses a threat to the world. Known for its extreme attention to detail and complex and elaborate plotlines, and the entire series is considered both a defining point and a milestone in video-game history. See the official METAL GEAR concert premiere in the USA for the first time ever!