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[Reminder!] Watch Comic-Con's Video Games Live Concert For Free In Your Underwear Here

Posted on Friday, July 19 @ 10:00:00 Eastern by

DON'T FORGET: The free stream of Comic-Con's Video Games Live concert starts tomorrow at 6PM Pacific. You can hang out on GameRevolution and watch the show right here as we'll be updating with the stream once it's ready.

[Original]: Video Games Live, the concert series that showcases new and classic gaming tracks from all corners of our beloved hobby, is putting on a free show for anyone at Comic-Con to attend and will also stream that show live to anyone watching at home.

During San Diego's Comic-Con on July 20th, Amazon Video games and Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag will foot the bill for anyone wanting to see what the lauded concert series is all about. The show starts at 6:00 PM PDT and features music from Halo, Metal Gear Solid, and The Legend of Zelda.

You can find the full schedule of events below, and don't forget to check back here on Saturday as we'll be updating with the live video feed from the event!

6:00pm: Gerard Marino, Composer God of War [guest musician]
6:10pm: Tim Larkin, Composer Dota 2 (Valve) [guest conductor]
6:20pm: Austin Wintory, Grammy nominated composer of Journey [guest conductor]
6:30pm: Emmanuel Fratianni, Video game/film/TV composer & principle conductor of Video Games Live
6:40pm: Jillian Aversa: Vocalist (Halo, God of War, Civilization, Soul Calibur) [vocal soloist]
6:50pm: Clint Bajakian & Peter McConnell, original LucasArts composers [guest musicians]
7:00pm: Eimear Noone, Conductor of Diablo III and Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses [guest conductor]
7:10pm: Russell Brower, Audio Director, Composer - Blizzard Entertainment [guest conductor]
7:20pm: Brian Tyler: Film composer & composer of Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag [guest conductor]
7:30pm: Marty O'Donnell & Mike Salvatori, Halo & Destiny [guest conductors]
7:40pm: David Hayter, voice of the original Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid 1 - 4
7:50pm: Costume Contest
8:00pm - 9:00pm: Video Games Live - Act I
9:00pm - 9:15: Tommy Tallarico, Video game composer & Creator/Producer/Host of Video Games Live
9:20pm - 10:30pm: Video Games Live - Act II


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