Between the two of them, they’ve penned music for such titles as “Tony Hawk Pro Skater,” “Mist III: Exile,” “Advent Rising” and “Splinter Cell.”

And with the help of clear Channel Music Group, they will combine talents to produce an interactive summerlong concert tour based on the music from those games and more, launching July 6 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

Video Games Live promises to be an immersive music and video concert experience and will feature top orchestras and choirs performing the music from the hottest games combined with video footage, lasers, lights and live action to create an explosive and unique experience.

The William Morris Agency’s Marc Geiger, one of the founders of the Lollapalooza festival, is booking Video Games Live.

The tour will hit sheds including Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta, Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto, Bank of America Pavilion in Boston, Lakefront Pavilion at Northerly Island in Chicago, DTE Music Energy Theatre in Detroit, Universal Lending Theatre in Denver and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Houston before heading back to California for stops at San Diego State University’s Open Air Theatre and the September 9 closer at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View.

Video Games Live also boasts a top-notch technical and creative team to pull the various elements, including production manager Malcolm Weldon, sound engineer Mike Keating, lighting designer Bryan Hartley and Emmy award-winning set designer Jeremy Railton and choreographer Dori Sanchez.

“We believe that Video Games Live will push the boundaries of the concert-going experience,” Wall said in a statement. “It was only natural that we enlist the expertise of the industry’s most respected technical professionals to help us realize our vision.”

If gamers aren’t the least interested in the industry names behind the curtain, they’re still likely to be impressed with what winds up on the stage. It ain’t Pac Man.

“Video game music has matured from simple tunes into complex, sometimes operatic journeys that are fully integrated into the storyline and action of games, Tallarico said.

“The tour is a celebration of the excitement and passion shared by millions of people who are part of the video game culture.”