The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Concert Tour is On the Move

on November 8, 2011 9:45 AM

If you, like me, have been feverishly scouring the internet for news and murmuring prayers that Nintendo will send The Legend of Zelda concert tour your way, you have probably already lost your breath reading the title of this post. And if you, like me, don’t live anywhere near Dallas, TX, there is probably a dull pang in your heart, and as you settle back into the skin you just popped out of you think that the Zelda fans Dallas S.O.B.s.

On January 10, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will perform orchestral arrangements spanning the twenty-five year history of the Legend of Zelda series. Dallas, TX is the first stop on what will be a 2012 United States tour affectionately named The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess. If that doesn’t bring a tear to your eye and a sigh to your lips, then your soul must be as frigid as the Ice Temple.

Tickets are available directly from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra website and range from $19 to $115. Tickets are available to Club Nintendo members at a 15% discount now through November 30.

More tour dates are on the horizon, or so the legend tells us… Keep your eyes glued to the tour’s official Twitter for news.


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