Video Games Live, the largest, most successful and longest running video game concert in the world continues its 13 year history of solidifying the game industry as a legitimate art form by proudly announcing 45 new performances across the globe. Through its record-breaking chart topping album sales and continuous SOLD OUT shows around the world, Video Games Live continues to set Guinness World Records for the longest running symphony show of its kind.

Having already performed 21 shows in 2015, Video Games Live will be performing 16 shows on 4 continents over the next month including the historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado with the Colorado Symphony as well as teaming up with Gamescom (the biggest video game convention in the world) for 4 shows in Cologne, Germany. Aside from its normal shows, Video Games Live will also be taking part in Valve's Dota 2 Championship—"The International" opening ceremony in the KeyArena in Seattle as well as providing the on stage entertainment for the nationally televised Panoramic Game Awards in Shanghai, China.

25 year video game composer veteran and creator of Video Games Live, Tommy Tallarico says, "It's been such a great honor to be able to bring this music to the world for so long. Each year the show gets bigger and better thanks to the amazing audiences who continuously help us to spread the word. We owe everything to our fans around the world."

A big key to the success of Video Games Live is the ever changing setlist and new material that is constantly being worked on and added to the show. 2015 has been no exception with the introduction of new segments and World Premieres from game franchises such as Blizzard Entertainment's Overwatch, Hearthstone, World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor and Heroes of the Storm, Capcom's Phoenix Wright and Devil May Cry, Doublefine's Grim Fandango and Broken Age as well as other well known franchises including ICO, Syberia, NEIR, The Banner Saga and many more on the way. The audience can help decide the setlist for each show by going to the Video Games Live Facebook Events Page for the performance in their area and listing the songs and games they would like to hear.

Current tour dates, as well as ticketing and venue information are available here.