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'Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions' Announces North American Tour, Books 30 New Dates and Venues [TICKETS]

By K. Young k.young@classicalite.com on Apr 15, 2015 08:31 PM EDT

Classicalites, don't dare miss the opportunity to hear the must-see video game concert of the year: Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions. The travelling spectacle has finally announced its highly anticipated North American tour, including 30 new shows. With gamers of all ages getting the chance to experience the Pokémon franchise like never before, you, too, can meet up with friends to catch, battle and trade tunes from your favorite games.

Today, the good folks at Pokemon Company International and Princeton Entertainment announced 30 new dates and locations for the official (accept no subs) Pokémon live orchestral concert. "After sold out performances in Washington, D.C. and Pittsburgh and selling 5,000 tickets in Philadelphia, fans across the country will soon get the opportunity to see and hear Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions in a city near them."

Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions features all new orchestral arrangements and spectacular visuals from both classic and recent video games. According to the director of consumer marketing at Pokemon Co., J.C. Smith, the show features "the memorable music that has been a hallmark of the Pokémon franchise for nearly 20 years." Moreover, the "series serves as a thank you to fans and an invitation to share our passion for Pokémon by reliving some of our fondest memories with the brand. We look forward to seeing fans of all ages enjoying this very special Pokémon orchestral event together."

With additional booking help from Live Nation Entertainment, performances will take place in some of the most storied venues in the country, including Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, Madison Square Garden, the Chicago Theater and Los Angeles' gorgeous Greek. To check out the full slate of North American stops, click here. And for our friends and fans accross the pond, don't get upset...a European tour is scheduled for the spring of 2016!

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