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Video game concert coming to Salt Lake City
"Video Games Live," the national concert tour of video game musical scores, is coming back to Salt Lake City's Abravanel Hall Saturday, Sept. 6.
Orchestras and choirs will perform some of gaming's most popular scores along with synchronized lighting, video and audience interactivity. Some of the scores that will be performed include music from "Tomb Raider," "Halo," "World of Warcraft" and "Super Mario Bros."
This year's tour includes dates in Mexico, the Middle East, Europe, South America and China. Tickets go on sale March 25. For more information about the tour and how to get tickets, go to www.videogameslive.com.