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The Legend Of Zelda Symphony Of The Goddesses Embarks On New Worldwide “Master Quest” Tour In 2015

Nintendo has announced the revered Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour will embark on a new worldwide adventure next year. The concert series will return for a third installment under the name of “Master Quest” to celebrate the upcoming release of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask on Nintendo 3DS.

Featuring new music from the latest Zelda 3DS title, A Link Between Worlds, as well as music from the aforementioned remake Majora’s Mask, the Master Quest tour will take fans on a melodic journey across Hyrule and its diverse worlds, including gameplay imagery from the fan-favourite remake.

With an approved orchestral score from Zelda series composer Koji Kondo, guests will be able to relive their favourite musical moments in the series from the likes of Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, The Wind Waker and A Link to the Past. For details on the where the upcoming tour will visit, check out the bullet pointed list below. And if you’d like to purchase tickets or view the complete schedule, visit the official site, here. Beginning in 2015, the Master Quest tour will visit:

  • Nashville, Tennessee, Schermerhorn Symphony Center; Jan. 21, 22
  • Honolulu, Concert Hall; Jan. 30
  • Tokyo, Tokyo International Forum; Feb. 7
  • Boston, Symphony Hall; Feb. 27
  • Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, Arena Monterrey; March 6
  • Mexico City, Arena Ciudad de Mexico; March 8
  • Toronto, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts; March 20
  • Stockholm, Ericsson Globe; April 16
  • London, Wembley Arena; April 17
  • Düsseldorf, Germany, Mitsubishi Electric Halle; April 19
  • Paris, Palais des Congrès; April 23
  • Milan, Teatro degli Arcimboldi; April 24
  • Atlanta, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre; April 30
  • Edmonton, Alberta, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium; May 20
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Queen Elizabeth Theatre; May 22
  • Calgary, Alberta, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium; May 23
  • Montreal, Place des Arts; May 30
  • Austin, Texas, Long Center for the Performing Arts; June 20
  • Houston, Jones Hall for the Performing Arts; Oct. 22

“2015 will mark a banner year for Zelda fans. Not only will The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask be coming to Nintendo 3DS, a new Wii U Zelda game is also on its way,” said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. “‘Master Quest’ will be a great opportunity for the Nintendo community to come together and celebrate the legacy of The Legend of Zelda games in a live performance setting.”

“The continued excitement around The Legend of Zelda franchise is amazing, and this special concert will deliver an unforgettable experience for fans,” notes Jason Michael Paul, President of Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc, which is producing the concert tour. “These performances transcend culture and geography and unite people through a common love for this venerable and legendary series.”

55 comments

      1. Indeed they are. Why exclude the South from this experience? It’s not like I could have just hopped on a plane to San Francisco or New York for the first performances. There are Zelda fans in the South, and I’m really stoked to see it. It’s a lot better than the country shit I have to put up with.

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  1. I was lucky enough to have them perform where I live on their last tour. Was an incredible experience, definitely something I’ll never forget. It’s a must for every TLoZ fan, so don’t waste the opportunity if you have the chance to go. q:

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  2. I really want to go to one near the Midwest US. Maybe Nashville. Missed the first round, but I’m going to try to make this one.

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  3. I hope they do some music from Majora’s Mask as well.
    There are some beautiful musical pieces in that game. It would also drum up interest in the upcoming 3DS release.

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  4. Yeah, ninetendo, let’s completely avoid all of the west and east coasts, y’know, where most of your fans here in america are situated in, great idea. Honestly it feels like a slap in the face, it’s like nintendo doesn’t want our money.

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    1. They hit those locations the past two concerts. I’d imagine they’re trying to make the tour available for those who weren’t able to see it yet.

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  5. I went a couple years ago. It was a great show, but a huge turnoff was that the audience members would cheer and clap in the middle of a song. This isn’t some random pop star crap, it’s an orchestra. Be respectful of the musicians and fellow concertgoers and hold any applause until after the song is finished.

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