(UPDATE 10/13) Break out the ocarina and equip the Master Sword, the captivating sounds of The Legend of Zelda will be back in a theatre near you next year. The popular The Legend of Zelda concert series will make its highly anticipated comeback throughout the world between January and November and again feature a full orchestral section playing the hits.
Selected music will span the Zelda series, ranging from the groundbreaking Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask to Twilight Princess and Spirit Tracks. 27 dates in total will be played between the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Portugal and France, to name a few.
“We’re thrilled to continue to bring the ultimate Zelda music experience to the best fans in the world and introduce them to new music from The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes," Jason Michael Paul Productions president Jason Michael Paul said in a press release. “The connection that fans feel with The Legend of Zelda franchise is so strong, and we’re fortunate to be able to deliver a truly magnificent experience to them time and time again.”
Below is the complete list of announced tour dates:
The Legend of Zelda Concert Series 2016 Tour Dates
21st – 22nd January 2016: Nashville, TN, Schermerhorn Symphony Center
23rd February 2016: Boston, MA, Symphony Hall
8th March 2016: Costa Mesa, CA, Segerstrom Center for the Arts
19th March 2016: Toronto, ON, Sony Centre
24th March 2016: Jacksonville, FL, Moran Theatre
26th March 2016: Kansas City, MO, Music Hall Kansas City
31st March 2016: Memphis, TN, The Orpheum
1st April 2016: New Orleans, LA, Saenger Theater
3rd April 2016: Columbus, OH, Ohio Theater
8th April 2016: Charlottesville, VA, JPJ Arena
23rd April 2016: London, UK, SSE/Wembley Arena
11th May 2016: Guadalajara, MX, Auditorio Telmex
13th May 2016: Monterrey, MX, Arena Monterrey
15th May 2016: Mexico City, MX, Arena de Ciudad
21st May 2016: San Antonio, TX, Majestic Theater
13th June 2016: Los Angeles, CA, Dolby Theater
23rd June 2016: Austin, TX, Long Center
25th June 2016: Montreal, QB, Place des Arts
21st August 2016: San Francisco, CA, Davies Symphony Hall
10th September 2016: Atlanta, GA, Cobb Perf. Arts
21st September 2016: Edmonton, AB, Southern Jubilee
23rd September 2016: Vancouver, BC, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
8th October 2016: Paris, FR, Palais Des Congres
14th October 2016: Lisbon, PT, Coliseu de Lisboa
15th October 2016: Essen, DE, Grugahalle
12th November 2016: Chicago, IL, Chicago Auditorium
(UPDATE 3/24) The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses has announced more dates on its upcoming “Master Quest” World Tour. The symphony will play an additional 17 shows from September to November, and the new dates include stops in in both the U.S. and Europe.
(UPDATE 1/20) Video games have become immensely in-grown into our popular culture, and now more than ever there's been capitalization on the games of the 80's and 90's. But perhaps no other games during that era have the cult following that The Legend Of Zelda series does.
The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses has traveled throughout the world over the past few years and another North American leg is set to kick off this Wednesday at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville.
Looking at Symphony Of The Goddesses tickets on the secondary market, the current trends have a tour average asking price of $129.55. The cheapest date comes May 23rd in Alberta at $78.48. Conversely, the most expensive is still a ways away, as the tour visits the City National Civic Auditorium in San Jose with a $237.18 average asking price.
With many fans of the series now n their late 20's and early 30's, the lush melodies of The Legend Of Zelda's iconic soundtracks played by world renowned musicians will seamlessly mix video game culture and high culture. Fans will be taken on a journey from beautiful symphony halls to the plains of Hyrule and beyond.
Fans of Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda video game series should be on the lookout for the Symphony of the Goddesses tour coming next year.
This is the third installment of the multimedia symphony series entitled “Master Quest”. The epic, symphonic, experience will feature music and visuals from four of the most seminal games of the series including the immensely popular “Ocarina of Time”. Footage of the Nintendo 3DS remake of “Majora’s Mask” and the new Legend of Zelda Game will also be premiering on the tour’s run.
1/21 - Nashville, Tennessee, Schermerhorn Symphony Center
1/22 - Nashville, Tennessee, Schermerhorn Symphony Center
1/30 - Honolulu, Hawaii Concert Hall
2/27 - Boston, Massachusetts, Symphony Hall
3/6 - Monterrey, Nuevo León, Arena Monterrey
3/8 - Mexico City, Arena Ciudad de México
3/20 - Toronto, Ontario, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
4/30 - Atlanta, Georgia, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
5/20 - Edmonton, Alberta, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
5/22 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
5/23 - Calgary, Alberta, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
5/30 - Montreal, Quebec, Place des Arts
6/20 - Austin, Texas, Long Center for the Performing Arts
10/22 - Houston, Texas, Jones Hall for the Performing Arts