Surprise Game of Thrones Concert Coming to Los Angeles on Monday

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Billboard reports that a Game of Thrones concert will be held at the Hollywood Palladium on Monday, with a full orchestra performing the show’s score.

Composer Ramin Djawadi, who is responsible for the majestic soundtrack heard on Game of Thrones will be present for a Q&A session with actor Isaac Hempstead, who plays Bran Stark. According to Gizmodo, the composer and actor will also be revealing information about an “extension to the Game of Thrones universe,” a frustratingly ambiguous statement.

A part of the concert event will also be an “interactive exhibit.” Attendees will be able to walk through the Hall of Faces and see costumes and props from the last season, including Arya’s sword Needle and the iconic Iron Throne.

The event is being held on grounds of “first come, first serve,” with tickets available for RSVP here, but they are sold out now, suprising not one of Game of Throne’s 20 million+ viewers. Watch a short teaser about the event from HBO below, which appropriately teases, “music is coming.”

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