The Legend of Zelda  Symphony of the Goddesses

After a long stay in North America with dozens of shows, the Symphony of the Goddesses is now traveling back overseas to revisit the Hammersmith Apollo. This location in the United Kingdom is where the 25th Anniversary concert was held back in the fall of 2011. Tickets will be for sale on the 14th of January on the website of the Hammersmith Apollo. This is more than four months prior to the performance which will be held on the 23rd of May. If you missed the opportunity to enjoy this spectacular event the first time around or simply want to experience it again, then this is the time to snatch up those tickets!

The Hammersmith Apollo is a sizable entertainment venue that first opened in 1932 under the name of Gaumont Palace. Since then, the building has changed hands countless times, resulting in a roughly equivalent amount of name alterations. As to seating, the complex can take on upwards of 3,500 people. Many noteworthy performers have graced this building with their presence including, but not limited to, the Beatles, David Bowie, Elton John, Metallica, Bob Dylan, and now the Zelda Symphony. Take a look at the inside and outside of the facility.



As many can testify, the Symphony of the Goddesses is an incredible experience that is completely worth the time and money spent on the venture! Zelda fans in England would do well to experience the power, wisdom, and courage that is dynamically presented by the symphony. Even if you do not reside in the UK, you might just consider a trip there worth the awesome production that awaits!

Source: Nintendo Life (thanks to Lysia)