Epic videogame concert by The 8-Bit Symphony comes back to Tijuana

This event will last 3 and a half hours

If you love videogames and orchestral music, you will be delighted to know that there will be a symphonic concert in Tijuana where they will play some of the most famous videogame songs you probably once had.

Made up of more than 70 musicians and arrangers from the Faculty of Arts at UABC Ensenada, The 8-Bit Symphony is a project created by artist Yádin Verdoux with support from Francisco Sosa. This is the first orchestra dedicated to playing videogame music in Mexico. Last November, they celebrated their 6th anniversary.

On April 28, they will perform at Teatro de la Casa de la Cultura in Tijuana, Colonia Altamira with two performances: 4 PM and 7:30 PM.

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Among their musical repertoire they will include songs from videogames such as Super Metroid, The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, Mario Bros, Castlevania SotN, League of Legends, Xenoblade, Kingdom Hearts, Cuphead, Super Smash Bros., among others.

Choruses, simultaneous projections, and a special raffle of videogame merch will be some of the activities at this event.

General admission for this event is $500 pesos.

It should be noted that The 8-Bit Symphony will also perform in Ensenada on April 21.

This is one of the most awaited concerts by the local community as there is always full capacity at every performance.

Admissions will be available soon at Servieventos. Check out the profile of %7D]The 8-Bit Symphony on social media for more information.

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