TAKE THE STAGE
Playing music in front of a real crowd is like no other experience. With the new GH Live first-person view, YOU’LL take center stage like never before.
ROCK REAL CROWDS WITH REAL REACTIONS
Feel the rush of performing in a REAL band, in front of REAL crowds who react in REAL time to your performance. You’ll either win the crowd or lose them. Plus, your band mates will also let you know if you’re rocking out or need to pick it up. Fight the stage fright and bring down the house.
AWESOME MUSIC. EPIC VENUES
In Guitar Hero Live, you’ll take the stage in a variety of venues. You'll play in the small clubs and on the massive main stage of an outdoor festival, rocking out every step of the way.
In Guitar Hero Live, you take the stage as the lead guitarist of fictional bands playing various stages at two fictional festivals, SoundDial and Rock the Block. Hopping from big arenas to smaller venues, and ultimately feeling the rush of playing at a massive headliner stage. Learn more about SoundDial and Rock the Block below.
With its origins in the independent festivals that established the live music scene in and around Boulder City, Rock the Block is fast becoming one of the most prominent music events in the U.S.A. drawing in increasing numbers of music lovers every year. Rock the Block is a spontaneously evolving event that encourages its guests and passers-by to be drawn into its unique experience.
A staple of the British music festival scene, SoundDial is now the biggest outdoor event in the UK, boasting an attendance of over 300,000 spirited festival goers every year. Bringing together the best musical talent and the natural beauty of the English countryside, it attracts a diverse demographic of people of all ages, embracing all cultures and nationalities.
MEET THE BAND FROM THE OFFICIAL REVEAL TRAILER
Since forming in 2008, Broken Tide has made waves on the live music scene. But, it hasn't always been smooth sailing for the London-based rockers. After signing their dream deal in 2009, the band's rapid rise quickly turned south. Due to poor debut album sales and infighting, the original group eventually disbanded.
Two of the surviving members, however, ultimately joined forces with a new frontman and drummer. Together, the new Broken Tide topped the charts on both sides of the Pond. Countless festivals later, they continue to ride the crest of a world tour that shows no sign of stopping.