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Video Games Live in Concert

Video Games Live™ is an concert event featuring music from the world’s most popular video games. Top orchestras and choirs perform along with exclusive video footage and music arrangements, synchronised lighting, solo performers, electronic percussionists, live action and unique interactive segments to create a unique entertainment experience! A huge success in the U.S., Video Games Live™ fills concert halls with the music of Final Fantasy, Warcraft, Sonic, Skyrim, Metal Gear Solid, Kingdom Hearts, Castlevania, Street Fighter II, and other popular games. The concert evening at CCH on 15 November will be presented by the show’s US-America producer Tommy Tallarico.

In the following video, Tallarico is explaining the successful concept:

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We are giving away five times two free tickets among all Xing and LinkedIn group members of the Hamburg News. In the group, simply add below the the article these words in the comment box: “Video Games Live”. Among all the comments, we will raffle the free tickets. The deadline for entries is Friday, 6 November 2015.
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Quelle und weitere Informationen:
www.premium-event.org
www.videogameslive.com/index.php?s=dates

Rules

1) The raffle is open to all natural persons with residence in Germany, who have reached the age of 18. Underage participants will need the consent of the legal representative for participation.
2) Employees of the organiser and Hamburg Marketing GmbH and their families may not take part in the competition.
3) Cash reimbursements of the prize or a substitution of the prize is not possible. The right to a prize is not transferrable. Entitlement to the prize or any substitute prize cannot be assigned to others.
4) The raffle will be governed by the law of the Federal Republic of Germany.
5) The right of recourse to the courts is excluded.