I may not be a huge video gamer, but we've all played them - or at the very least know some big "gamers" in our lives.\nMontreal has a massive video game community, thanks in part to the plenty of gaming companies who've set up shop in our backyard - I'm looking at you, Ubisoft.\nWe get treated to gaming festivals and conventions, bar events with retro video games, and musical concerts spread throughout the year.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Is Hosting A Massive Vintage Game Festival This Weekend\n@vidgamesliveembedded via\nVideo Games Live is returning to Montreal, and they are boasting a line-up of classics from the likes of Zelda, Mario and Final Fantasy - among others.\nHonestly, the list of titles is staggering.\nVideo Games Live promises an immersive concert featuring all the greatest video games in history.\nTommy Tallarico, an industry veteran video game composer created and produced the show that is touring across Canada right now.\n#VGL returns to 🇨🇦 with 14 shows in 12 cities in 2018! Special pre-sale starts RIGHT NOW!! Use the code: UUDDLRLRBA when you click the link in our bio above!\n\nA post shared by Video Games Live (@vidgameslive) on Oct 16, 2017 at 10:19am PDT\nTallarico is bringing together top orchestras and choirs with special fx, exclusive video footage and live action segments to create an experience like no other.\nWhat's better than a live orchestra playing your favourite video game scores, you ask?\nHow about choosing the music you want to hear at the show?\nVideo Games Live is asking you, the fans in Montreal, to help choose the music they will play at this month's coming concert.\nYou can chime in on the Facebook event discussion, and let your hearts desires be heard - and you may be in luck and hear the selected tracks live in the show!\nWhen? April 12th, 2018 - 8:00 PM\nWhere? Théâtre St-Denis\nHow Much? $36 - $93.50\nYou can find more information and ticket links right here.