Baldur’s Gate III, Divinity: Original Sin II, Transistor, Hades, Pyre, Bastion. The amazing music from these games will be performed live in Wrocław, Poland, during a festival fully devoted to the soundtracks of video games. A strictly limited amount of tickets is available for purchase. The event will be also streamed online.
Due to the pandemic situation, this year’s GMF will take place in a hybrid format – all concerts will be transmitted online, too. Safety is the top priority for organizers, hence the number of tickets for this edition is strictly limited, in order to enable proper social distancing among the audience. Those fans who purchase the limited entry passes will be able to hear and see the performances live on stage, a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Given the unusual circumstances, the organizers have decided to prepare professional streaming online, so that fans worldwide can participate in the festival remotely, free of charge.
The second concert of the festival will be The Symphony of Sin, a true delight for all RPG enthusiasts. Fans will hear the world premiere of music from Baldur’s Gate III, the upcoming continuation of cult classic games set in the Dungeons & Dragons universe. Furthermore, the other main ingredient of this event is the soundtrack of Divinity: Original Sin II – the critically acclaimed flagship title by Larian Studios. Both of these were composed by Borislav Slavov, and will be performed live by the renowned NFM Wrocław Philharmonic.
As the organizers explain: “This year is different for us for obvious reasons. Therefore we want to meet the expectations of our fans by preparing a high quality streaming of both concerts. A professional transmission will be available online for free. We are also planning to invite some special guests to the venue, if only the regulations allow us to. Nevertheless, masterclass workshops and meet & greet sessions are also possible remotely. We focus on the highest artistic quality, so once again we decided to cooperate with the National Forum of Music which has one of the best philharmonic halls in the world in terms of acoustics.”