Game Music Festival Brings “Cuphead” and “Ori and the Will of the Wisps” to Royal Festival Hall London this March

Those who enjoy the music featured within popular modern platformers Cuphead and Ori and the Will of the Wisps will be excited to learn that the Game Music Foundation will be bringing the Game Music Festival event (which is usually held in Poland) to London, UK this March.

This even will see a big-band ensemble playing the jazz age soundtrack of legendary run-and-gun title, Cuphead, followed by a symphonic concert featuring music from Ori and the Will of the Wisps, as well as Ori and the Blind Forest – all performed live at London’s Royal Festival Hall. In addition, an educational programme will also take place on the first day of the festival, while the second day will be dedicated to live concerts. 

Ticket prices start from £25.00 GBP per concert and rise according to seat location. Strictly limited VIP vouchers are also available – they include the best seats, as well as meetings with all composers that will appear at the festival (in person or online). All tickets are being sold via gmfest.com. Further details can be found on the official website.

About Scott Emsen
Scott is the Founder and Executive Editor of AnimeBlurayUK but in the past he has produced content for ZOMGPlay, Rice Digital and Funstock and was once a Community Moderator for the Nokia N-Gage forums. Based in the UK, he loves anything related to Games & Anime and in In his spare time you'll mostly find him playing on one of his many gaming consoles; namely the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

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