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Tickets available for The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess tour

Zelda fans were jealous when fans in LA were able to attend a concert celebrating the 25th anniversary of the series last year. As promised, Nintendo is taking The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess on the road, with dates announced and ticket sales starting today.

Show dates are as follows:

Dallas, Texas (January 10th)
Vancouver, British Columbia (March 14th)
Seattle (March 26th)
San Francisco, California (March 28th)
Denver, Colorado (April 7th)
Phoenix, Arizona (April 20th - 21st)
Atlanta, Georgia (May 12th)
Montreal, Quebec (May 31st)
Austin, Texas (June 22nd)
Orlando, Florida (July 14th)
Toronto, Ontario (September 29th)

Tickets are on sale now for all shows except Toronto. Tickets for the Toronto show go on sale March 31st.

Symphony of the Goddess is the name of the show, but also the name of a four-movement symphony recounting the stories of the whole Zelda series, from the original Hyrule Fantasy up to Skyward Sword.

Expect dates to be added throughout the year. Buy tickets and keep up with Symphony of the Goddess news at the official Zelda Symphony site.

Reported by Rhody Tobin


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