The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses hits Chicago October 25th

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses has been making its way around North America for quite some time, and still has a few places left on schedule that might just be at a location near you. Having attended the symphony in San Francisco back in April of this year, I can tell you from personal experience; if you are a Zelda fan, you do NOT want to miss this. This is an event to remember.

Anyone who has grown up with the Zelda franchise will undoubtedly find the nostalgia overwhelming. While I can’t speak for every symphony location as they are all different, the atmosphere in San Francisco was incredible. Zelda music played throughout the building before the symphony started, and during the symphony the quality of the music was astounding. I distinctly remember taking a pee while listening to the Deku Palace theme in Majora’s Mask permeating the restroom. It was quite pleasant!

There’s basically an infinite amount of white space below this line while I’m writing this, but it’s not enough to tell you why this is a must see for every Zelda fan. You can find a link to the schedule below. If you can make your way to one of those symphonies, let us know! Particularly the one in San Jose, CA. I’ll be going back to the symphony to get a second fix in December of this year, and I’d love to know if I might see you there!

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