From/De: Video Games Live


World Tour to Consist of Over 60 Shows Including Performances During Comic Con, E3, WonderCon and Many More

Continued Addition of New Material Keeps Show Fresh For Each Performance

LOS ANGELES, CA – February 27, 2009
After having just performed the opening of the Taiwan International Music Festival last weekend in Taipei to an endless sea of tens of thousands, and having sold out every show so far this year, Video Games Live is proud to announce 45 new shows for 2009. The 2009 World Tour will consist of more than 60 shows ranging from Asia to South America, to all over Europe and North America.

Created in 2002 and launched in 2005 by video game veterans Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall, Video Games Live has gone on to become the worldwide leader in live video game entertainment. Marc Geiger, Senior Executive Vice-President at the William Morris Agency stated, “2008 was a big break-out year for the guys, having performed nearly 50 shows, but 2009 is going to be even bigger. Our goal from the start was to turn Video Games Live into a household name and Tommy and Jack have been really successful in creating a show for everyone to enjoy whether you’re into games or not.”

Video Games Live has seen amazing growth over the years and has gone from 3 shows in 2005, to 11 shows in 2006, to 29 shows in 2007 to 47 shows in 2008. And the upward trend will continue in 2009 as well as performances already being scheduled for 2010.

In order to build and keep audiences returning year after year, Video Games Live continues to add and update new material and segments each month. Although only able to perform around 20 segments per performance, Video Games Live has created over 60 segments for which to draw from during each show. In its 5 year touring history, no two shows have ever been the same.

All Tour Dates, Times, Venues and Ticket Links can be found at:


February 28, 2009 Oakland, CA Fox Theatre

March 13, 2009 Kitchener, ON Centre in the Square

March 14, 2009 Kitchener, ON Centre in the Square

March 20, 2009 Kalamazoo, MI Miller Auditorium

March 28, 2009 Austin, TX Long Center

April 19, 2009 Loveland, CO Budweiser Events Center

April 25, 2009 Richmond, VA Landmark Theatre

May 10, 2009 Saskatoon, SK, CND TCU Place

May 11, 2009 Regina, SK, Canada Conexus Arts Centre

May 15, 2009 Calgary, AB, Canada Jack Singer Concert Hall

May 16, 2009 Calgary, AB, Canada Jack Singer Concert Hall

May 18, 2009 Edmonton, Canada Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

May 20, 2009 Kelowna, BC, Canada Prospera Place

May 21, 2009 Victoria, BC, Canada Royal Theatre

May 24, 2009 Prince George, BC CN Centre

June 4, 2009 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre

June 7, 2009 Bucharest, Romania TBA

June 19, 2009 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium

July 6, 2009 Winnipeg, MB Centennial Concert Hall

July 8, 2009 Winnipeg, MB Centennial Concert Hall

July 10, 2009 Vienna, VA Wolf Trap/Feline Center

July 11, 2009 Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Hall

July 12, 2009 Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Hall

July 23, 2009 San Diego, CA Embarcadero Marina Park

July 31, 2009 Lewiston, NY Artpark

November 7, 2009 Portland, OR Schnitzer Concert Hall

November 8, 2009 Portland, OR Schnitzer Concert Hall

November 21, 2009 Paris, France Palais des Congrès

March 13, 2010 Tucson, AZ TCC Music Hall

March 14, 2010 Tucson, AZ TCC Music Hall

DATES/CITIES COMING SOON: Minneapolis, MN – Houston, TX – Taipei, Taiwan (2 shows) – Beijing, China (2 shows) – Tokyo, Japan – New York City, NY – Brookville, NY – Las Vegas, NV – Vancouver, BC – Brazil (multiple cities) – Cologne, Germany

Other 2009 dates to include: Boston, MA – Salt Lake City, UT – Philadelphia, PA – Montreal, QC – Ottawa, ON – Halifax, CND – New Brunswick, CND – Nova Scotia, CND – Newfoundland, CND – Hong Kong, China – Shanghai, China – England – Portugal – Sydney, Australia – Melbourne, Australia –  AND MORE!

If you would like to recommend a city or country please send an e-mail to: [email protected]

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