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The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is on Tour

Mar 23, 2012

After the success of The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony concerts last year, the memorable video game music from Nintendo is back on tour! Unlike last year's concerts, which only had three stops, the Symphony of the Goddesses will be playing all year round, at 17 different cities around North America.

The Legendary Tunes

The musical concert is roughly two hours in length and features music from almost all Zelda games. If you bought the most recent Zelda game, Skyward Sword, you may have noticed the music CD included. Many of the songs played can be found on the CD. The highlight of the concert is the four-movement symphony that covers themes from Ocarina of Time, Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, and A Link to the Past.

However, you don't have to close your eyes to picture yourself back in Hyrule. On stage is a large projection screen showing clips and moments from each Zelda game, as well as glimpses of the local musicians performing live on stage. In addition to the four movements of the Symphony of the Goddesses, there is the Overture, Creation of Hyrule, and several secret fan-favorites that are snuck in at the end of the concert.

Zelda on Tour

The Symphony of the Goddesses will be hitting several cities in North America. Check below to see if the concert will be near you!

Date City State Venue
January 10, 2012 Dallas Texas Meyerson Symphony Center
March 14, 2012 Vancouver British Columbia Orpheum Theare
March 26, 2012 Seattle Washington Benaroya Hall
March 28, 2012 San Francisco California Davies Symphony Hall
April 7, 2012 Denver Colorado Boettcher Hall
April 20, 2012 Phoenix Arizona Orpheum Theatre
April 21, 2012 Phoenix Arizona Orpheum Theatre
May 12, 2012 Atlanta Georgia Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
May 31, 2012 Montreal Quebec Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier
June 6, 2012 Los Angeles California Greek Theatre
June 22, 2012 Austin Texas Long Center for the Performing Arts
July 7, 2012 Houston Texas Jones Hall
July 12, 2012 San Diego California Embarcadero Marina Park South
July 14, 2012 Orlando Florida Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
July 25, 2012 Philadelphia Pennsylvania The Mann Center
July 26, 2012 Vienna Virginia Filene Center at Wolf Trap
September 22, 2012 Minneapolis Minnesota Orpheum Theatre
September 29, 2012 Toronto Ontario Sony Centre

Have Your Say!

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