Nintendo announces more cities and dates for the Zelda concert series

Posted on September 8, 2012 - 12:40pm by Ryan Conway

Nintendo has announced that it has expanded the "Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Tour" to include 11 more stops across North America.

The first official concert date is next week’s show in Toronto but the festivities will really kick off at the Nintendo World Store in NYC next Friday from 6-9 PM. From 6-6:45, Ocarina expert David "Docjazz" Ramos will be hosting an Ocarina workshop for those interested in learning how to play the instrument. From 7-8, a small concert will be held and the remaining hour will give attendees the chance to have a meet and greet with all of the musicians at the show and take pictures with Link cosplayer Li Kovacs.

Anyway, here’s the full list of concert dates:

• Sept. 15: Toronto; Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
• Sept. 22: Minneapolis; Orpheum Theatre
• Oct. 12: Dallas; AT&T Performing Arts Center
• Oct. 18: Boston; Wang Theatre
• Oct. 25: Chicago; The Chicago Theatre
• Nov. 3: San Antonio; The Majestic Theatre
• Nov. 6: Calgary, Alberta; Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
• Nov. 28: New York; The Theater at Madison Square Garden
• Dec. 8: West Palm Beach, Fla.; Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
• Dec. 9: Miami; Adrienne Arsht Center
• Dec.14: San Jose, Calif.; San Jose Civic

To receive a 15% discount on your ticket just be sure to login to your Club Nintendo account and click the Zelda Symphony banner. Oh and exclusive concert packs will also be available at participating GameStop locations.

So to all of you lucky jerks out there who are close enough to the venues to go out and enjoy this musical journey through Ocarina of Time, Windwaker, Twilight Princess, and A Link to the Past, I say, ‘I hate you! No just kidding. Have fun!”  

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