The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses 2017 Tour

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses returns in 2017 with an updated orchestral adventure! The show will feature an all new movement from Skyward Sword, a much-anticipated Breath of the Wild arrangement, and the return of a classic that might just make some wishes come true!

Celebrating 30 years of stirring virtual adventure and memorable soundtracks with live orchestral renditions directly approved by franchise producer Eiji Aonuma, The Symphony of the Goddesses is now in its fourth season. The two-hour concert comes to life with a 66-piece orchestra, 24-person choir, and a reimagined score that draws from recent and requested Zelda games, including A Link Between Worlds, Twilight Princess, and the remake of Majora’s Mask, while still paying homage to such classics as Ocarina of Time and A Link to the Past.

The concert’s five-movement symphony regales ears with Nintendo composer Koji Kondo’s original music, recalling moments of Link conquering dungeons, running through forests, and struggling to decide what color tunic to wear.

Throughout the evening, a video collage syncs up with the adventurous tunes to spotlight exciting moments from the venerable franchise.

Tour schedule is below. Get your tickets today, available through the symphony’s website.

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina — March 17, Theatre Coliseo
  • Santiago, Chile — March 18, Cariola Theater
  • Birmingham UK – April 16, The NEC
  • Minneapolis, MN – May 20, Orpheum Theater
  • Mexico City, Mexico – June 11, Auditorio Nacional
  • Denver, CO – June 30 and July 1, Boettcher Concert Hall
  • Austin, TX – July 7, Long Center
  • San Diego, CA – July 21, San Diego Civic Theatre
  • Vienna, VA – July 22, Wolf Trap
  • San Francisco, CA – Aug. 4, Davies Symphony Hall
  • Quebec City, Quebec – Sept. 9, Grand Théâtre de Québec
  • Toronto, Ontario – Sept. 15, Sony Centre
  • Seattle, WA – Sept. 22, Paramount Theatre
  • Portland, OR – Sept. 23, Keller Auditorium
  • Los Angeles, CA – Sept. 30, Dolby Theater
  • Kansas City, MO – Oct. 6, Kansas City Music Hall
  • Memphis, TN – Oct. 7, The Orpheum Theatre
  • Des Moines, IA – Oct. 8, Des Moines Civic Center
  • New York, NY – Oct. 20, United Palace Theatre
  • Boston, MA – Oct. 21, Wang Theater
  • San Antonio, TX – Oct. 27, Majestic Theatre
  • Baltimore, MD – Nov. 3, Lyric Theatre
  • Cleveland, OH – Nov. 4, State Theatre
  • Columbus, OH – Nov. 5, Ohio Theater
  • Phoenix, AZ – Nov. 6, Phoenix Symphony Hall
  • Jacksonville, FL – Nov. 9, Times Union Center
  • Durham, NC – Nov. 10, Durham PAC
  • Norfolk, VA – Nov. 11, Chrysler Hall
  • Atlanta, GA – Nov. 16, Cobb Energy PAC
  • Knoxville, TN – Nov. 17, Knoxville Civic Auditorium
  • Chicago, IL – Nov. 18, Chicago Auditorium Theatre
  • London, England – Nov. 21, Eventim Apollo
  • Dusseldorf, Germany – Nov. 24, Mitsubishi Electric Hall
  • Barcelona, Spain – Nov. 25, Auditori Forum
  • Florence, Italy – Nov. 26, Mandela Forum
  • Vancouver, BC – Nov. 30, Queen Elizabeth Theater
  • Edmonton, AB – Dec. 1, Northern Jubilee Auditorium
  • Calgary, AB – Dec. 2, Southern Jubilee Auditorium
  • Milwaukee, WI – Dec. 3, Riverside Theater
  • Montreal, QB – Dec. 8, Place des Arts
  • San Jose, CA – Dec. 9, City National Civic
  • Pittsburgh, PA – Dec. 14, Heinz Hall
  • New Orleans, LA – Dec. 15, Saenger Theater
  • Miami, FL – Dec. 16, The Arsht Center
  • Oklahoma City, OK – Dec. 29, Civic Center Music Hall
  • Salt Lake City, UT – Dec. 30, Abravenal Hall