Symphony

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses series is back! Nintendo has announced that the concert series will return for what is being called “Season 2.” The ten date tour will kick off on June 6 in Atlanta, Georgia and wrap up on October 19th in Grand Rapids, Michigan, bringing with it some of the most beloved music from many of the biggest hits in the Legend of Zelda Franchise.

Fans who attended the original round of symphonies can expect some of the great music from the previous concert as well as many new pieces which explore additional titles from the series. The events will be hosted by concert producer and lead creative Jeron Moore and conducting duties will be handled by Eímear Noone with musical arrangements by music director Chad Seiter.

If this weren’t sweet enough, Club Nintendo members can receive a 15% discount to the shows just by clicking on the “Symphony of the Goddesses” banner in their Club Nintendo Account and retreiving the discount code!

For more information visit http://zelda-symphony.com, and hit the jump for the full line-up.

Atlanta; Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre; June 6
San Francisco; Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall; June 10
Montreal; Place des Arts; June 14
Los Angeles; Greek Theatre; June 12
Austin, Texas; Long Center; June 29
Philadelphia; The Mann Center for the Performing Arts; July 25
Toronto; Sony Centre for the Performing Arts; Sept. 7
Seattle; Benaroya Hall; Sept. 12
Baltimore; Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall; July 27
Grand Rapids, Michigan; DeVos Performance Hall; Oct. 19

Source: Zelda Symphony
  • PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make that comes to BRAZIL!!! DDD:

  • Silje

    EUROPE PLEASE! Norway <33 I play the violin and my dream is to perform LoZ music…

  • Monaster

    Why does Kansas get no love? Why? 🙁

  • RavenJknight

    No the closes one is Seattle my parents won't let me go that far with only two friends. 🙁 I wish they would come to Spokane. I will just need to find some adults that will come, shouldn't be to hard since most of my family are Zelda fans.

  • KidWiththeBackpack

    Yes, it's coming back to Philly! I'm so going again. 😀

  • Chris

    $40 for nosebleed seats? I was excited about this, but Ill just watch it on youtube

    • RPH1

      The "nosebleed seats" are not that far away, and watching it on youtube is no where near as good as being there. If you watched it on the 3DS's Nintendo Video and not in person, you didn't really see it. Would you rather eat a high quality meal that you will remember for years or watch someone eat one on a grainy, shaky cell phone?

      P.S. Take your 3ds to get a ton of street passes.

      • Andrew G.

        Thanks for the tip about the StreetPasses! I'm so excited!

  • Topaz Mutiny

    OH MY GOD THEY'RE HAVING ONE IN BALTIMORE YEEEEEESSSS ADGAWFHKBEVLHUFJGSVAEFWKUEF

    FUCK EVERYTHING I NEED TO GO TO THIS

    • Kim

      First I was over the moon when they announced the releases of Ages and Seasons to the 3DS. Then I saw A Link to the Past 2 and said "Wow, can this get any better?" See the link to the Symphony schedule and wonder "Gee, will this ever come to Maryland?" See Baltimore and I was just no more good.

      Bought 2 tickets in Grand Tier for $90 so me and my sister can go. 4th row from the front. I am loving it

  • Andrew G.

    This is a dream come true! They're doing more USA showings, plus a showing in Baltimore!

    Anyone going to cosplay for this? I am, but I'm not sure what I'll be yet.

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