The Hunger Games Live Orchestra Concert Tour Is Coming To The UK
The Hunger Games is one the most successful film franchises of the last decade and now it's coming to the UK in a world exclusive, with a full live orchestra as a unique cinematic concert experience.
Presented in stunning HD via a giant screen, the tour will bring to life The Hunger Games' infamous soundtrack as never before with a full symphony orchestra. Sounds pretty epic already.
The tour will begin in Manchester on the 12th of July before heading to Liverpool, London and finishing in Birmingham.
Based on the successful trilogy of young adult fiction books by Suzanne Collins, the film is set in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic future.
It tells the story of Katniss Everdeen, who takes part in the Hunger Games - a televised competition in which the twelve districts of the country of Panem choose a person at random to fight to the death.
Having grossed an unprecedented $694million worldwide, the film has won countless awards including People's Choice Award for Favourite Movie and Kerrang! Award for Best Film.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence has also won several awards for her performance, including Best Actress at the MTV Movie Awards.
The star-studded cast also features Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Lenny Kravitz, Stanley Tucci, Toby Jones, and Donald Sutherland.
The Orchestra is composed by James Newton Howard, who has scored over 100 films. A film score is where the music in the film is written specifically for that film. That includes the soundtrack, sound effects and background music etc.
James has scored some pretty amazing films including: King Kong, Batman Begins and Pretty Woman and has been awarded a Grammy Award, an Emmy Award and eight Academy Award Nominations for his work.
Canadian Indie Rock behemoths Arcade Fire also contributed to the movie's original score, contributing the ominous Panem National Anthem 'Horn of Plenty.'
- All dates except London - £66, £50, £39.50
- London dates only - £75, £55, £45, £35, £29.50
- 12th July 2018: Manchester Bridgewater Hall
- 13th July 2018: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
- 14th July 2018: London Royal Festival Hall
- 15th July 2018: Birmingham Symphony Hall
Book here to avoid disappointment!
Featured Image Credit: Lionsgate Films