Tomb Raider Live in Concert coming to Melbourne in 2019

An orchestral celebration of one of the most popular games of all time is set to hit Melbourne in 2019. The globally adored Tomb Raider franchise will be taking stage on April 7th and will be playing music from the game’s original trilogy.

The original trilogy includes: Tomb Raider (1996), Tomb Raider II (1997) and Tomb Raider III (1998).

This is to be played live by a 45 piece orchestra conducted by Australian Jessica Gethin and a 26 voice orchestra. Composer Nathan McCree will be in Australia when this live music
event makes its stage debut in Australia.

Check out the trailer for the event below:

“Tomb Raider is one of the greatest gaming franchises of all time. As it continues to evolve 22 years on this concert will celebrate where it all began, with the original trilogy and some of the most iconic gaming music and themes ever composed ”, said tour promoter Dale Harrison.

Fans will also be able to relive the thrilling adventures of Lara Croft with in-game highlights to be projected on the giant screen.

Tomb Raider is one of the most popular video game titles of all time and introduced the world to the iconic English aristocrat and adventuring heroine, Lara Croft.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider brought Lara Croft back to gaming in 2019

First appearing in 1996, the games have gone on to sell over 63 million copies worldwide. Tomb Raider was also one of the pioneers of the action-adventure gaming genre, with many titles following in its footsteps.

Lara Croft also became one of the most recognisable pop culture and gaming characters of her time. Tomb Raider moved into the big screen with feature film versions of Lara Croft – with Angela Jolie and most recently Alicia Vikander inhabiting the role of Lara.

Hear the action-packed music that helped shape and create the iconic superheroine, Lara Croft, and the Tomb Raider series and celebrate one of the biggest gaming franchises in the world.

Get your tickets for the event here

The Supernova Pre-Sale is from November 20th with the general sale date from the 26th of November, 2018. Click the link above for further ticket and general information.

This iconic event coming in April of 2019.

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