Undertale is Getting An Interactive Concert in January
Fill yourself with determination to hear the music of Undertale live in concert.
Undertale is arguably the most popular indie title this generation due to its charismatic characters, emotional narrative, and of course, it’s incredible soundtrack. With the amount of love the game is given for all its successes, there is now going to be an orchestral concert in front of a live audience called “Undertale Live” in January next year.
Announcing @UnderTale LIVE: An interactive musical adventure based on @tobyfox‘s indie video game hit. WORLD PREMIERE Jan 11, Studebaker Theater Chicago. Do you have ❤️? Tix and details: https://t.co/1mquE34JIR @AWRmusic @ericrothmusic @MateriaColl pic.twitter.com/KbOm81s4mC
— Undertale LIVE (@undertalelive) November 12, 2019
Undertale Live is defined as “an interactive musical adventure with in-game visuals and audience choice driving the action along a branching narrative.” For those unfamiliar with the game, the story fundamentally changes depending on what actions you take throughout which is one of the major reasons it reached mainstream audiences. The production was helped made by AWR Music Productions as well as Fifth House Ensemble. The two companies have helped with other video game concerts in the past like A New World: intimate music from Final Fantasy and Journey Live. The concert will have its world premiere in Chicago on January 11, 2020, at the Studebaker Theater. Tickets went on sale on November 12 and have already sold out.
For those who wish to attend, there is still hope as Chicago is only the first stop for the concert. Undertale Live will be going on tour, but there are no cities or dates announced as of yet. If you want updates regarding the show you can follow its official Twitter or subscribe to the mailing list on their website.