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Live 'Video Game Music Concert' At E3 2003

by Rainier on Nov. 20, 2002 @ 7:15 p.m. PST

Video Games Live At The Hollywood Bowl is the first ever concert showcasing the greatest music in video games and will be performed at the Hollywood Bowl, May 16th. This highly energized event will be taking place on the closing night of the 2003 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the largest interactive entertainment exposition in the United States.

Video Games Live At The Hollywood Bowl will be an extravagant, star-studded celebration featuring the finest composed music found in the greatest video games of all time. Combining a 90-piece orchestral symphony, 40-person choir, celebrity participation, a rock concert, stage show and the world┬╣s largest interactive video game, this live, world-class event will legitimize music in video games in front of a global audience.

"The biggest secret in the music world is the amazing musical composition in video games," said Tommy Tallarico, executive producer of Mystical Stone Entertainment, the company producing the event. "The video game industry has been craving an event like this and the initial response has been overwhelmingly supportive."

Promoted by House of Blues concerts/Hewitt/Silva, this live event is expected to draw more than 18,000 fans of video games to the Hollywood Bowl

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