‘The Legend of Zelda’ Concert “Symphony of the Goddesses” Gets More Tour Dates

Nintendo News

More tour dates have been announced for the popular The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert. This concert will feature music from many games in Nintendo’s popular franchise. The list of the previously announced tour dates can be found here. The updated list of 2015 concert tour dates is featured below.

  • Munich, Olympiahalle – April 20 at 8pm
  • Miami, James L Knight Center – May 3 at 8pm
  • Las Vegas, The Venetian – June 10 at 8pm
  • Los Angeles, Walt Disney Concert Hall – June 14 – 8pm
  • San Diego – Copley Symphony Hall – July 11 at 7pm
  • Orlando, Dr. Phillips Center – July 18 at 8pm
  • San Francisco, Davies Symphony Hall – August 29 at 8pm
  • Durham, Durham Performing Arts Center – September 10 at 8pm
  • St. Louis, Powell Hall – September 11-13 at 8pm
  • Philadelphia, Mann Center – September 17 at 8pm
  • Providence, Providence Performing Arts Center – September 25 at 8pm
  • Chicago, Auditorium Theatre – October 1 at 8pm
  • Indianapolis, Old National Center – October 2 at 8pm
  • Milwaukee, Milwaukee Theatre – October 3 at 8pm
  • New York, Barclays Center – October 13 at 8pm
  • Salt Lake City, Abravanel Hall – October 15 at 8pm
  • Hamburg, O2 World – November 8 at 8pm
  • Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall – November 11 at 8pm
  • Brussels, Palais 12 – November 12 at 8pm
  • Madrid, Palacio Vista Alegre – November 13 at 8pm
  • Barcelona, Auditori Forum – November 14 at 8pm
  • Rome, Auditorium Conciliazione – November 15 at 8pm
  • Zurich, Hallenstadion – November 21 at 8pm
  • Dublin, Convention Centre – November 22 at 8pm
  • San Jose, San Jose Civic Center – December 5 at 8pm

More details, as well as links to websites to purchase tickets from, can be found here. Tickets for all shows up until the end of August 2015 are available for purchase now.

The photo featured above was taken by Stephen Tucker at the Orpheum Theater in Vancouver.

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