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Zelda Tour Kicks Off In... Dallas?

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Okay, nothing against the Lone Star State, but I was really thinking that after the Los Angeles performance of the Legend of Zelda concert, they might next perform in New York so I could get to see it myself. And that little 3D video of the orchestra performing the theme that appeared on the 3DS Nintendo Video app only made it worse!

But on January 10, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will perform at the debut of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert series. And while this show will travel across the United States throughout 2012, no future dates beyond Dallas have been announced at this time.

Tickets for the Dallas performance are now available directly from the Dallas Symphony and range from $19 to $115. But if you're a Club Nintendo member, you can get a 15% discount through November 30.

Now, if you could just announce a New York City date, I won't have to be jealous of my West Coast friends who already saw the LA show!

2 Comments

Randy Marr said:

Welllp. I've got my two tickets!

PixelPoet said:

I bet it has to do with the Producer and a few others being from Dallas and knowing a person or two at the Dallas Symphony ;)

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