Game of Thrones concert coming to Denver in 2018

Kelly Massey
September 28, 2017

Game of Thrones fans will be absolutely delighted with the news that one of the show's greatest directors has announced his return for the final season.

David Nutter was behind the camera for The Rains of Castamere, which was season three's unforgettable Red Wedding episode, as well as The Dance of Dragons and Mother's Mercy - the final two episodes in season five. As reported by EW, Sapochnik is returning along with David Nutter, while showrunners Dan Weiss and David Benioff are also going to helm an episode for the final year.

Sapochnik is a name that should be very familiar to "Game of Thrones" viewers after he's directed some of the most epic episodes in the history of the series.

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On May 24, 2018, the 3Arena will play host to one of the most spectacular concert events of the year - The Game of Thrones® Live Concert Experience.

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No order has been set yet for their episodes, but sources tell INSIDER it is likely Benioff and Weiss themselves will direct the series finale.

As one of the world's most successful and most-watched television shows, "Game of Thrones" has worked its way into the hearts of millions across the globe.

The director list for the final season of "Game of Thrones" is short but packed with star power...

Wagner is a frequent director of photography on the show, having worked on episodes like "Hardhome" and ' Battle of the Bastards'.

While we're hopelessly scraping at the walls to fill the GOT-shaped hole in our Monday schedules, first details about the eighth and final season have started to emerge. More recently, it's reached the upper end of the television budget spectrum, matching Netflix's "The Crown" with a per-episode budget of $10 million. Though he had done some Fringe and House episodes, it wasn't until he came aboard for Season 5 to direct episodes 7 and 8 that everyone heard of him.

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