Hear Your Favorite League of Legends Music Performed Live During the Worlds Championship

League of Legends Live
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A new concert experience called League of Legends Live will be held during the Worlds Championship proceedings where talented artists from around the world will come together to play some of the best music the game has to offer.

The League of Legends Live event that was recently announced is scheduled to take place on Nov. 3, the night before the Finals of the World Championship 2017. Sadly, for international fans who weren’t fortunate enough to make their way to China for the height of League of Legends’ professional scene where the championship is being held, this means that you won’t be seeing it in person. However, you’ll still have ways to watch the performers and hear the music through several broadcasts that’ll take place both during and after the concert.

Whatever your preferred music genre may be, it looks as though you’ll have a good chance of hearing it during the concert. The lineup seems to be pretty diverse, the artists so announced so far seen below:

  • Alan Walker
  • Mako
  • Pentakill
  • The Crystal Method
  • Yundi
  • PG One
  • Nicki Taylor
  • Lunity
  • Albert Chang of sleightlymusical
  • TJ Brown
  • Rainbow Chamber Singers
  • DJ Xu Meng Yuan
  • The Hollywood Chamber Orchestra
  • and more…

Among the popular artists from around the world that are listed there, metal fans will be pleased to see that Pentakill will most definitely be in attendance. The band may be composed of several champions in-game that include Karthus, Olaf, Yorick, Sona, Mordekaiser, and now Kayle, but talented musicians took to the recording studio first to make the hard-hitting music come to life.

Several League songs were teased as potentially making an appearance during the concert, but you can likely expect many more than the ones previewed to be heard.

“The show will feature performances of a wide variety of music from League of Legends, including Get Jinxed, hits from Pentakill, DJ Sona, Warsongs, Star Guardian, The Curse Of The Sad Mummy, medleys of a wide variety of Worlds and Champion themes, and many other tracks over the course of the 90-minute show,” an announcement reads.

The League of Legends Live event takes place on Nov. 3 at 4:30 a.m. PT, and you can watch it live here or through the League of Legends Facebook page.