By Andy Na / April 22nd, 2013
As previously announced in this article, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert has returned by popular demand and will be on tour for its second season in select cities around North America. Throughout summer and into fall, fans can revisit this wonderful concert or experience it for the first time, in what our very own Will Whitehurst calls a “God-like Experience“.
Symphony of the Goddesses will be returning to these venues:
• 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 21
• 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
And will be playing for the first time at these venues:
• Baltimore; Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall; July 27
• Grand Rapids, Mich.; DeVos Performance Hall; Oct. 19
For those planning to attend the concert, you can visit Zelda Symphony to locate ticket vendors at your respective locations, as well as receive digital newsletters and updates. It is recommended for serious attendees to have a Club Nintendo membership for an exclusive 15% discount on all ticket sales. Tickets can also be purchased at select GameStop locations — something Tower Records had always done before it closed down.
This looks like an experience not to be missed by anyone who is a fan of The Legend Zelda, or a lover of music entirely. If the orchestral-retrospective soundtrack packaged in with Skyward Sword was anything to go by, one can only imagine its powerful quality upon hearing it live.
If you were lucky enough to have attended Symphony of the Goddesses in its first season, and live in one of the cities it will be returning to then you are in for a treat! “In cities where the tour will be returning, audiences can expect to experience breathtaking new material exploring additional chapters from The Legend of Zelda franchise, along with traditional performances of the show’s now-classic repertoire from last season.” It might just be worth it to go again in season two!
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