New Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Announced, Now With More Tour Dates

on April 25, 2013 3:16 PM

Zelda fans rejoice: if you missed out on last year’s Symphony of the Goddesses concert, it’s coming back to North America this year due to popular demand. The concert will revisit venues from the previous year (Atlanta, San Francisco, Montreal, Los Angeles, Austin, Philadelphia, Toronto and Seattle) as well as two new locations: Baltimore and Grand Rapids, Mich. (But of course not New York. Thanks Nintendo.)

The concerts will feature new material as well as the traditional performances from last season, which are all based on classic tracks from various Zelda titles. The event will be produced by Jason Michael Paul Productions, which has churned out other amazing productions such as Dear Friends ~ Music from FINAL FANTASY, More Friends ~ Music from FINAL FANTASY and the currently touring PLAY! A Video Game Symphony.

To be honest, what I look forward to the most is the legion of cosplayers that will undoubtedly grace this year’s Symphony of the Goddesses.

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