Seeing music live is a great way to really feel the music, especially when you position yourself directly between the cymbals. Be at the center of it all with this GrouponLive deal.
- One ticket to see Pacific Symphony: Video Games Live
- When: Wednesday, July 17, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Irvine
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $18 for Price Group 5 (up to a $34 value)
- $22 for Price Group 4 (up to a $47.35 value)
- $23 for Price Group 3 (up to a $57.85 value)
- $28 for Price Group 2 (up to a $69 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Outside food and beverages are allowed at Pacific Symphony concerts.
Pacific Symphony: Video Games Live
Video Games Live celebrates the iconic music that has lent atmosphere to Mario, Warcraft, and more by bringing it to life with full orchestration and a blend of dynamic multimedia elements. With a live orchestra and a cheat code that gives musicians an unlimited supply of treble clefs, Video Games Live enthralls ears with the sounds of a rotating lineup of screen sensations, regularly touching on gems from classics such as Zelda and modern classics such as Halo. A synchronized light and laser show balanced by live-action stage actors also adds to the entertainment buffet, and special interactive segments allow some lucky audience members to become part of their favorite games in a way not seen since the marriage of beer and Pong.
For the Pacific Symphony, it's not just about the music. Although the grand orchestra, one of the largest formed in the United States in the last 40 years, produces more than 100 concerts every year, they do it with a goal of engaging the community and edifying the human spirit. Under the direction of Carl St. Clair, the platoon of virtuosos fills its repertoire with classic orchestral masterworks while nurturing the talents of new composers at their annual American Composers Festival. The symphony also expands its community outreach through all-ages music-education programs that have scored honors from the National Endowment of the Arts and the League of American Orchestras.