Date, Tickets, Details – Billboard
Ring of Elden Fans, listen up! Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc. revealed to Billboard Monday, October 17, a special jazz music streaming event celebrating the game will take place this winter.
The Elden Ring: A Night in the Middle Lands The show will be broadcast live from the Bourbon Room in Hollywood and will feature musicians Kenny Garrett and Takuya Kuroda. Viewers will enjoy the soundtrack melodies of the fantasy action game in live jazz format by a live band led by Grammy winner Garrett on alto sax and Japanese arranger Kuroda on trumpet.
“If I can choose one word to describe this project, it’s epic,” Kuroda said in a press release. “I think that’s really the important part, it’s just the experience of watching the performance by us, and [saying] like “wow this is beautiful”, then “wow this is really the music for Ring of Elden.’”
Garrett added, “I always think about the fact that we take the audience on a journey. It won’t be what you thought it was.
Elden Ring: A Night in the Middle Lands will be played twice on December 3, at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. PT. Tickets to the physical event and live stream are available at various tiers, with VIP packages including collectibles, a Ring of Elden soundtrack and access to the show on request after the event. For more information, visit the Elden Ring Live website here.
“We want to celebrate the incredible success of Ring of Elden presenting this truly unprecedented live, live jazz concert, offering fans a different way to immerse themselves in the rich and engaging world that dominated their playing days and nights last year,” said Wataru Nakasuji, Senior Director of Esports and Live Entertainment at Bandai. Namco Entertainment America Inc. “While video game soundtracks have seen variations like symphonic music and even rock n’ roll, our jazz event ‘A Night in the Lands Between’ explores a wonderfully different treatment of Ring of Elden soundtrack. Jazz master Kenny Garrett and next-generation player Takuya Kuroda are both truly world-class musicians, respected and recognized by jazz enthusiasts around the world, and they are now lending their various talents to birth a new way creative way to merge music and video. Games.”