Popular Nintendo-based concert series “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses” is back with a third installment of the multimedia symphony to be toured worldwide, titled “Master Quest.” This latest edition of the “The Legend of Zelda” symphony will add new music and visuals from the latest games in the series as it embarks on a world tour. The tour features live orchestral performances that will introduce newcomers to the music and themes of the Zelda games and gives longtime fans a chance to celebrate their favorite moments in the franchise.
The newly-announced dates include:
Nashville, Tennessee, Schermerhorn Symphony Center; Jan. 21, 22
Honolulu, Concert Hall; Jan. 30
Tokyo, Tokyo International Forum; Feb. 7
Boston, Symphony Hall; Feb. 27
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, Arena Monterrey; March 6
Mexico City, Arena Ciudad de Mexico; March 8
Toronto, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts; March 20
Stockholm, Ericsson Globe; April 16
London, Wembley Arena; April 17
Düsseldorf, Germany, Mitsubishi Electric Halle; April 19
Paris, Palais des Congrès; April 23
Milan, Teatro degli Arcimboldi; April 24
Atlanta, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre; April 30
Edmonton, Alberta, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium; May 20
Vancouver, British Columbia, Queen Elizabeth Theatre; May 22
Calgary, Alberta, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium; May 23
Montreal, Place des Arts; May 30
Austin, Texas, Long Center for the Performing Arts; June 20
Houston, Jones Hall for the Performing Arts; Oct. 22
Audiences can expect to experience new inclusions from The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, the latest game in the series for Nintendo 3DS, and new music from the recently-announced remake of fan-favorite The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. These never-before-performed scores accompanied by gameplay imagery will appear for the first time ever in “Master Quest,” though fans will still be treated to the show’s repertoire from seasons past.
“2015 will mark a banner year for Zelda fans. Not only will The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask be coming to Nintendo 3DS, a new Wii U Zelda game is also on its way,” said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. “‘Master Quest’ will be a great opportunity for the Nintendo community to come together and celebrate the legacy of The Legend of Zelda games in a live performance setting.”
Fans can view a complete tour schedule with ticketing information at Zelda-Symphony.com.