Bethesda to bring music from video game franchise Fallout to the stage in live show

Tracks from some of Bethesda Game Studios’ most popular titles, including Fallout 3, Fallout 4, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and the forthcoming Fallout 76 will all be performed.
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The charitable organisation War Child UK has teamed with Bethesda Softworks, the name behind video game franchises like Fallout and Doom, for the launch of an evening of live music from the developer’s portfolio of gaming titles.

Created in partnership with ZeniMax Media and Metropolis Music, War Child UK Presents Bethesda Game Studios in Concert will be performed by the Parallax Orchestra and Choir with music of the famed composers Inon Zur and Jeremy Soule.

Tracks from some of Bethesda Game Studios’ most popular titles, including Fallout 3, Fallout 4, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and the forthcoming Fallout 76 will all be performed.

‘Bethesda Softworks is excited to be working with War Child UK on the concert,’ read a statement from the firm.

‘War Child is an organisation that strives for a world where children’s lives are no longer torn apart by war, and is delighted to announce that all proceeds from ticket sales for the show will go to the charity.’

Tickets for the concert go on sale beginning September 12th at 9am, with ticket prices starting from £45. There are two VIP ticket options that include preferred seating, exclsuive merchandise, a page from the Fallout 76 score signed by the composer Inon Zur and a limited number of post-show Meet and Greet tickets with the composer himself.

For more details and general ticket sales, visit https://www.metropolismusic.com/artists/war-child

For more information on War Child and the work it does supporting children in areas experiencing conflict and the aftermath of conflict, please visit www.warchild.org.uk

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