Devil May Cry Is Getting a Live Concert Tour Starting in March
Capcom has announced a live concert tour for Devil May Cry that kicks off in March at the Brighton Music Hall in Boston, Massachusetts.
With Devil May Cry 5 quickly approaching, Capcom has announced The Devil Awakens, a live concert tour featuring music from the series. The first show will take place on March 28 at the Brighton Music Hall in Boston, Massachusetts. Tickets are on sale now at ticketmaster.
Here is the official description from the event page:
“Hear ferocious guitar shredding inspired by Dante fighting in Devil Trigger Mode, the bassist slapping the strings hard channeling Nero’s powerful Devil Bringer arm, and screaming vocals to rock the house out – all performed by a talented rock band, in sync with high quality game footage projected on a giant screen and a light show. It’s the most electrifying video game live concert you will ever see, featuring rock/metal arrangements of all your favorite tracks from the history of Devil May Cry.”
It's showtime! 🎸 Announcing "The Devil Awakens" official Devil May Cry concert tour by @ShotaNakama Soho Live. More details at https://t.co/u60NzjMSel
Event page: https://t.co/MvrGFsH5Ny
Let's rock! 🤘 pic.twitter.com/lzwF3BvR5C
— Devil May Cry 5 (@DevilMayCry) January 14, 2019
There’s no word yet on what other venues the tour will go on or how long it will last. If you’re interested, be sure to follow the Devil May Cry twitter account and Soho Live for more information as it becomes available.
This concert series joins a growing list of Devil May Cry projects that includes an animated Netflix show from the producer of the Castelvania series and a limited-run Japanese stage play.
Devil May Cry 5 releases on PS4, Xbox One and PC on March 8.