Video Games Live has announced 50 shows have been added to the 2014 tour, including stops in Europe, Mexico, South America and China.
For the first time in 12 years, the concert tour will stop off in Mexico for a 10 show national tour culminating with a performance in a 25,000 seat baseball stadium in Monterrey, Mexico sponsored in part by the Mexican Ministry of Culture.
Special guests include internet sensation Malukah performing for the first time ever her song “Dragonborn Comes” watched over 25 million times on YouTube, as well as Blizzard Entertainment’s audio director and composer Russell Brower.
Gerard Marino who worked on God of War, Austin Wintory from thatgamecomapny’s Journey, Eimear Noone who is Blizzard’s conductor and the Zelda concert conductor are also set to appear.
There will also be some “very special” guests as well who are game composers from Japan.
The 2014 tour kicks off this weekend in Phoenix, Arizona.