The Last of Us One Night Live Stage Event Planned For Next Week’s PlayStation 4 Launch

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Next Monday, July 28th, on the eve of The Last of Us Remastered‘s PlayStation 4 launch, Geoff Keighley, in partnership with Naughty Dog and Sony, will be hosting a special one-night-only stage event.

Appropriately titled One Night Live, the event will bring together Naughty Dog’s Neil Druckmann, The Last of Us cast members including Troy Baker, Ashley Johnson, Merle Dandridge, Hana Hayes, and Annie Wersching, and composer Gustavo Santaolalla. Under Druckmann’s direction, the actors will live read select scenes from the game while Santaolalla performs tracks from his masterful score. A live audience Q&A session is also planned so fans can interact with the creative forces that made The Last of Us such a memorable experience.

The Last of Us: One Night Live will take place in Santa Monica, CA at the Broad Stage at 7:00PM PST / 10:00PM EST. Unfortunately, tickets to the event are already “sold out” (they were claimed pretty much right after Sony put out the announcement earlier today, admittance being free and all). For those who weren’t able to beat the rush to reserve a seat, the event will be live streamed via Twitch, YouTube and PlayStation Network’s Live Event Viewer.

Source: The Last of Us: One Night Live [PlayStation.com]

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