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A Surprise 'Game Of Thrones' Concert Is Happening In Hollywood Next Week
There is apparently some kind of Game of Thrones concert at the Palladium in Hollywood on Monday at 11:30 a.m., but not much has been revealed. According to the L.A. Times, it will involve an orchestral performance of the show's score featuring composer Ramin Djawadi, costumes and props from the latest season (including Arya's sword, Needle), a "Hall of Faces," and a "holographic" experience involving the Red Woman. It seems there will also be an appearance from Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays Bran Stark. Djawadi will do a Q&A with the audience, and there will also be a reveal involving "exciting new details surrounding an extension to the Game of Thrones universe," Gizmodo reports. Here's hoping it's a buddy comedy about Bronn and Jaime's whacky exploits, or a graphic novel about the romance between Yara and Daenerys that exists in my mind.
If you want to go, you'll have to RSVP here. Admittance is first come, first served.
Just in case you forgot how great some of the music from Game of Thrones can be, here's "Light of the Seven," that incredible track from the opening of the Season 6 finale, "The Winds of Winter":