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LOS ANGELES (April 20, 2023) — The Game Awards, the video game industry’s biggest annual year-end celebration, in partnership with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association (LA Phil), today announced the spectacular lineup of video games and series that will be featured in the The Game Awards 10-Year Concert, a live event with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra to honor video games as the biggest, most powerful form of entertainment.

This one-night-only concert will take place on Sunday, June 25, 2023 at the iconic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, and it will feature orchestral music selections and suites from many of the world’s top video game franchises of the past decade, including upcoming titles. The scores will be played alongside immersive video game footage and include special musical guests. The concert will be led by Grammy-winning and BAFTA-and Emmy-nominated composer Lorne Balfe who wrote The Game Awards theme and has conducted The Game Awards Orchestra for the past five years. Tickets for The Game Awards 10-Year Concert are on-sale now on the Hollywood Bowl website.

The franchises set to be featured during the concert are, in alphabetical order:

ARCANE (Riot Games/Netflix)

DIABLO (Blizzard Entertainment)

ELDEN RING (FromSoftware Inc./Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.)


GOD OF WAR (Santa Monica Studio/Sony Interactive Entertainment)

HADES (Supergiant Games)

HOGWARTS LEGACY (Avalanche Software/Warner Bros. Games)


MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN (Insomniac Games/Marvel/Sony Interactive Entertainment)

STARFIELD (Bethesda Game Studios/Bethesda Softworks)

STAR WARS JEDI (Respawn/Electronic Arts/Lucasfilm Games)

THE LAST OF US (Naughty Dog/Sony Interactive Entertainment)

Additional details on special guests, surprises and more will be announced at a later date for this exclusive in-person event that will not be officially live streamed.

“Over the past decade, The Game Awards’ orchestral performances have become a fan-favorite part of each year’s program, and we’re so excited to bring that experience to life, in-person, at the Hollywood Bowl with the LA Phil to commemorate our 10th Game Awards show, which will take place this December,” said Geoff Keighley, creator of The Game Awards. “This concert is truly a love letter to the games, creators and fans who have made The Game Awards possible for the past decade, and we can’t wait to celebrate the music that has captivated our hearts and continues to push the artform forward.”

Composer Lorne Balfe said, “It has been an incredible honor to compose The Game Awards theme and lead The Game Awards Orchestra, celebrating the music that has shaped the medium and deepened our connections to games. I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to conduct the world-renowned Hollywood Bowl Orchestra to celebrate The Game Awards and all that it represents. We hope to make this a night to remember for years to come for video game fans.”

“The LA Phil is pleased to partner with The Game Awards to celebrate the phenomenal music used in popular video games and present a distinct live concert experience,” said Renae Williams Niles, Chief Content and Engagement Officer for the LA Phil. “Music and video games work closely together, with many of today’s games featuring fully scored compositions from talented composers. It will be exhilarating for gamers and non-gamers alike to experience the excitement of this music performed with a live orchestra in a completely new and unique environment, celebrating the entire video gaming industry.”

The Game Awards 10-Year Concert is executive produced by Geoff Keighley and Kimmie Kim, along with The Game Awards production team, Michael Peter and Chris Jalandoni.

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Tickets for the The Game Awards 10-Year Concert are available online at or by phone at 323_850_2000. Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability are subject to change.

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