Four new UK dates for 2020.
Publisher Ubisoft and entertainment company MGP Live have announced additional dates for the UK leg of the Assassin’s Creed Symphony world tour.
When the 80-piece orchestra and choir symphonic live event returns to the UK next year, four venues across four cities will get to experience the aural celebration of the decade-plus history that belongs to Assassin’s Creed.
The newly announced dates are as follows:
- 23rd April, 2020 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
- 24th April, 2020 – The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
- 26th April, 2020 – The Usher Hall, Edinburgh
- 27th April, 2020 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
The show features 3D visuals and footage from the action role-playing game series complementing the music of composers such as Elitsa Alexandrova, Ryan Amon, Lorne Balfe, The Flight, Jesper Kyd, Winifred Phillips, Sarah Schachner, Brian Tyler, Chris Tilton, and Austin Wintory.
The full tracklisting for the two-hour show has been compiled into a Spotify playlist courtesy of Ubisoft.
Assassin’s Creed Symphony showcases the music from all the main instalments of the game series – from the first title that released back in 2007 to the more recent Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
Since the announcement of Assassin’s Creed Symphony back in December, several dates have been changed and added.
Tickets for 2019-2020 tour dates can be purchased via the official symphony website.