Video Games Live at Wellmont

As part of the North American Tour, Video Games Live makes a pit stop at the Wellmont Theater in Montclair for all gamers to enjoy!

Are you ready for Video Games Live?

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Photo courtesy of Live Nation.

Interested in the gaming world? Have a desire to embark on a one-of-a-kind concert experience? Join the Wellmont Theater in hosting an event as part of their North American Tour for Video Games Live. The incredible event will be on Saturday, July 23, starting at 8 p.m.

Video Games Live was created and produced by industry veteran and world famous game composer, Tommy Tallarico. The immersive concert event will feature music from the most popular games of all time. Expect top of the line orchestra and choirs to perform alongside with exclusive footage and music arrangements, lighting, solo performers and electronic percussionists to exude an explosive entertainment experience. Video Games Live will  be highlighting the celebration of the entire video game industry for people of all ages to truly enjoy.

Game franchises include, but limited to are: Mario, Zelda, Sonic, Interactive Guitar Hero, Interactive Donkey Kong, God of War, Assassin’s Creed II, Portal, Halo, Warcraft, EverQuest II, Gears of War, Kingdom Hearts, Tron and the list goes on!

The Wellmont Theater is located on 5 Seymour St. in Montclair, N.J. and can be best contacted 973-783-9500. Regular box office hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. Tickets for Video Games Live can be purchased through Live Nation starting at $20.

Parking is available, courtesy of Montclair Parking. They have parking lots located at:

  • 7 North Willow St.
  • 19 North Fullerton Ave. at the Chase Bank
  • 159 Glenridge Ave. at the YMCA
  • 172 Glenridge Ave. (corner of Glenridge Ave and North Willow St.

“I seriously can’t wait to witness the unbelievable gaming line-up that Video Games Live will have since this will be the first time I attend. Growing up in a society where technology is constantly advancing makes me wonder all the time what the classic gaming lifestyle was like. Hopefully, I can experience some classics that my older peers have mentioned to me,” said 16 year old Edrick Manansala, fan of the gaming world.

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