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The Zelda Symphony Continues Its Tour


The special concert series celebrating the Legend of Zelda's 25th anniversary has announced even more dates, taking it to even more locations across the United States and Canada well into December. The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Godesses Tour features music from various games in the series, performed by a live orchestra. Here are the newest 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

Nintendo's flagship store in New York City will be celebrating the tour with a very special event on Friday, September 14, from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. From 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm, ocarina expert David "Docjazz" Ramos will give a little ocarina lesson. From 7:00 to 8:00 pm, a mini-concert will be performed by a small ensemble. Then, from 8:00 to 9:00 pm, fans can interact with Ramos and the other musicians. Link cosplay model Li Kovacs will be on hand for photo ops, and Symphony of the Goddesses merchandise will be available for sale. And as a bonus, the first people to enter will get a special concert pack that includes a T-shirt, poster and an ocarina to use during the lesson! (Supplies will naturally be limited!)

Sadly, while I'm all set for the NYC performance in November, I'm going to have to miss out on the Nintendo World Store event because that's Gay Night at Six Flags, and I'm going to be in New Jersey riding roller coasters while everyone else has fun with ocarinas and takes pictures with Link. (Which is a serious shame, because I looked him up, and he's really cute!) Oh well. Somebody will have to tell me how fun it was!

And girls who like girls who like rumble packs!

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