The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is returning Down Under and visiting New Zealand for the first time! To celebrate this along with the addition of Breath of the Wild music to its lineup, we’re holding an art contest that gives fans a chance to be a part of the AU/NZ Symphony tour.

From now until Saturday July 29 (AEST), submit your Breath of the Wild-themed artwork to go into the running to win. The top three artists will each win a pair of tickets to the AU/NZ show of their choice (Auckland, Perth, or Melbourne), a backstage tour with a chance to meet the conductor and producer, and a merchandise prize pack. In addition, the winning artwork will be displayed up on the big screen during the AU/NZ concerts.

Send in your entry via email to [email protected]. There are no restrictions on the type of artwork as long as it’s based on Breath of the Wild. The contest will close at 11:59:59 p.m. on Saturday July 29 Australian Eastern Standard Time (UTC+10), and the winners will be announced and contacted a day or two after that. Winners will each receive two tickets to their choice of the Auckland, Perth, or Melbourne concerts but will be responsible for making their own way to the venue. By entering, you are giving Zelda Universe and Symphony of the Goddesses permission to display your artwork online and on screen at concerts.

The Symphony first visited Australia in 2013, performing at the iconic Sydney Opera House. The 2017 tour takes it to three brand new cities: Auckland on August 14, Perth on August 24, and Melbourne on September 3. It encompasses music from Zelda’s entire history, including new songs from Breath of the Wild. Tickets can be found via the Symphony of the Goddesses schedule.

  • Hi, I just started drawing my entry and I was wondering if it’s okay for me to post it on my social medias or na?

    • Shona

      That’s fine! Just make sure you email it to the contest address too.

  • Llewelyn Foley

    What counts as art? Does it have to be a drawing/painting? Or can it be sculptures, carvings, costumes, embroidery, etc?

    • Shona

      The medium doesn’t matter. Everything you mentioned is fine. You’ll just need to send in an image of it with your entry.

  • Amanda

    Does it need to be a original design of can it be a copied version but of our own?