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Zelda Symphony of the Goddess coming to the UK this year

Posted by Orla Madden

Have your big pouch ready!

On 25th October 2011, Zelda fans across the UK - and from further afield too - flocked to the Hammersmith Apollo for a once in a lifetime experience. The Legend of Zelda series celebrated its 25th anniversary in style - and featured Eiji Aonuma, Zelda Williams and legendary Zelda theme composer Koji Kondo.

And now, that orchestra is making a return: Zelda Symphony of the Goddess is coming to the UK on 23rd May this year. This fantastic concert will again be held at the Hammersmith Apollo, with tickets available for purchase from Monday 14th January on the official Hammersmith Apollo website.

The Symphony of the Goddess tour began in January 2012 in Dallas, and it's been eagerly anticipated for the UK, so this news has excited us greatly at Nintendo Life towers on this fine Friday morning. Will you be digging out those rupees to buy tickets on Monday? Or was the 25th anniversary concert enough for you? Let us know in the comment section below!


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User Comments (13)



felix330 said:

They could have at least chosen mainland europe this time. It's already been in the UK once, and the mainland is easier to reach for most of us...



Bulbousaur said:

I may be interested in this, too bad its one night only though. We'll have to see



Buzzthebatgirl said:

I just wonder if Colette Barr realises that by sharing this link to this concert that she has also made her email address public knowledge?



FiveDigitLP said:

Oh yeah. Definitely worth the money! I went to one in Austin, TX in July (drove 5 hours!) and it was everything I could have imagined. Oh, and bring your 3DS! Lots of StreetPasses!



Ichiban said:

Got my ticket for the Feb 1 show in Sydney, was an xmas gift from my girlfriend. Cant wait!!



DePapier said:

For real, why don't they come to France?? I mean, we have Paris!! Folks, PLEASE!!!!!!



Terra said:

I would travel up to London for this if it weren't for the fact that my Uni exams are during that time, which is a massive shame but nevermind

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