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This Deal Lets You Experience "Game Of Thrones" In Concert In South Florida For Only $20

HBO might have shown the grand finale of Game of Thrones but you can get all the feels again at this live concert. Groupon is selling a deal for the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience, bringing back winter and all its emotions to fans.

The live concert will feature music by Ramin Djawadi along with Dracarys, fire, and special effects. If watching GOT on your 3D screen was not enough, this concert will definitely bring back all the feels.

Game of Thrones is currently the most nominated series at this year's Emmys with 32 nominations. Besides causing lots of excitement, late-night shenanigans and commotion, the final episode was one of the most expected last spring. With the end of The Iron Throne, fans can now relive all the excitement with a full orchestra and multi-colored visuals.

The live concert has been shown in many cities and countries including Chile, Toronto and Madrid. Not only will you experience scenes from the series but it will also give you some goosebumps when you listen to the enhanced sound quality.

Some of the pieces to be performed at the concert are The Night King and The Rain of Castemere with special surprises. The fall tour will begins in Toronto on Sept. 6 and will end in Los Angeles on Oct. 5.

The Groupon tickets start at $20 each for general admission lawn, $25 for sections 4-8 rows AA-EE and $40 for sections 4-8 rows A-Z. The concert will be held at the Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach on Sept. 21 at 8 p.m.

It will be like watching the show for the first time again.

Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience

When: Sept. 21 at 8 p.m.

Where: Coral Sky Amphitheatre located at 601-7 Sansbury's Way, West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Price: $20

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