Stardew Valley, the beloved indie farming simulation game, is set to embark on its first-ever concert tour, and it’s making a stop in London in April 2024. The “Festival of Seasons” promises a musical journey through the enchanting world of Stardew Valley, with a program personally curated by the game’s creator and composer, Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone.
The festival will kick off in February 2024, touring North America and Australia before making its way to the heart of London. This musical extravaganza will feature live performances of the game’s iconic music by local chamber orchestras, creating a captivating and immersive experience for fans.
The concert will be divided into four sections, each representing one of Stardew Valley’s beloved seasons. Attendees can look forward to hearing memorable tracks such as the Stardew Valley Overture, Spring (The Valley Comes Alive), and Dance of the Moonlight Jellies. Moreover, the event promises to delight fans with “plenty of surprises and fan-favorite deep cuts” from the game’s extensive soundtrack.
Eric Barone expressed his excitement about the upcoming event, stating, “Music is very important to me, so it’s been really wonderful to see Stardew Valley’s soundtrack resonate with so many people. I’m really looking forward to seeing it performed live in concert in the Festival of Seasons.”
Fans attending the concert are encouraged to don their favorite Stardew Valley-themed costumes and immerse themselves in the magical atmosphere. Additionally, exclusive Stardew Valley merchandise will be available for purchase at each show, providing attendees with a unique opportunity to take home a piece of the game’s world.
For a full list of tour dates, including the London performance at Chelsea’s Cadogan Hall on April 29th, fans can visit the Stardew Valley: Festival of Seasons website. Tickets for all shows will go on sale this Friday (13th) at 10 a.m. local time, promising to be a highly sought-after event for fans of the game.
Announcing the first ever Stardew Valley Concert Tour, "Festival Of Seasons". A selection of music from Stardew Valley, performed by a chamber orchestra. Cities and dates in the image below. Tickets available starting this Friday 10 am at https://t.co/zJTNHRlIUC pic.twitter.com/SbWrzGyuAc
— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) October 10, 2023
While preparing for this musical adventure, Eric Barone continues to work on Stardew Valley’s highly anticipated 1.6 update, which includes new major festivals and the introduction of fashionable farm pets.
Although Barone has temporarily paused the development of his new project, “Haunted Chocolatier,” he recently shared exciting new screenshots of the game, keeping fans eagerly awaiting his future creations.