Posted Tue Feb 21, 2012 at 08:30 AM PST by Dick Ward
Assuming that you live in a place near a town to which the Legend of Zelda Symphony is coming.
Touring videogame music is something that's picked up over the last few years, though it's harder to do in the States than in countries like Japan which don't have the vast Midwest to cross on the way anywhere.
This summer, you'll be able to catch the Legend of Zelda Symphony of Goddesses, which recreates the music from 'Ocarina of Time,' 'The Wind Waker,' 'Twilight Princess' and 'A Link to the Past' as well as smaller bits from other titles.
What's unique about this particular game music show is that you're not going to see the usual presentation of one song at a time. The music is made into a symphony in four movements, combining songs from the series into several longer compositions.
Tickets are on sale now for newly added stops in L.A., Houston, San Diego, Philadelphia, Minneapolis and Vienna, Virginia. Check the schedule for the full list of stops, dates and locations. If you're a Club Nintendo member, you can get yourself a 15% discount.
Source: Zelda Symphony
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