rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes Video Game Music Concert Comes to Sydney Opera House, March 7th-8th

Video game music aficionados are in for a treat as rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes launches their new concert series in Sydney this coming March.

Premiering right here in our own backyard before taking their talents around the world, attendees will be treated to an unforgettable night of some of the most-loved tunes from some of the biggest titles in video game history.


Award-winning music will be performed live against high-definition visuals from titles such as Portal, Journey, The Legend of Zelda, The Elder Scrolls, Halo, Final Fantasy, God of War, and many more.

Developed by the creative team behind “Dear Friends,” “More Friends: Music from Final Fantasy,” and “Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses,” “rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes,” is the spiritual successor to one of the most acclaimed concerts to ever hit the stage, “Play! A Video Game Symphony.”

The “rePLAY” live concert experience places the beautiful music of games in a whole new context, taking the audience on a hero’s journey that you won’t want to miss.

Usually with concert series like these, there’s always a beautiful array of music on display but if you’ve attended enough, you’ll find the same tunes re-emerging time and again. rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes looks poised to take things to a new direction with soundtracks from more recent titles also given their time to shine.

God of War

The concert takes place on March 7th, 8pm and March 8th, 2pm with tickets ranging from as low as $45, up to $99 for the best seats in the house. You’ll want to snap up seats quick smart as their previous concert series have sold out before you could bat an eyelid. Tickets can be purchased for the event here.

If you fancy yourself as someone who appreciates the finer aspects of video gaming, this is one event you don’t want to miss. Readers that don’t live in Australia need not worry as there are events taking place in the following locations on the following dates:

More concerts and locations are yet to be announced.