Details Of Japanese Zelda Concert

As you are all aware, this year marks the 25th Anniversary of one of Nintendo’s well known franchises, The Legend of Zelda. To celebrate this together, it was announced at Nintendo‘s E3 presentation that Zelda concerts would take place in all regions throughout the world this Fall to honour the occasion. No specific dates were given at E3, but today we have details on the upcoming Zelda Orchestra concert in Japan.

On October 10th, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, will play at the Sumida Triphony Hall in Tokyo. This symphony will be conducted by Taizo Takemoto. Tickets will be available next week on June 16th, which is the day The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D is released in Japan. These tickets will only be available to those that have purchased the game. Ticket prices vary depending on where you will be seated. It will cost 1,500 (£11 approx.) Yen for A seats, and 3,000 (£22 approx.) Yen for S seats.

No details for the European concerts or American concerts have been given as of yet.

Missed the Zelda Orchestra? Want to watch it again? Here is the video to relive this wonderful opening for Nintendo’s E3 presentation.

3 Responses to “Details Of Japanese Zelda Concert”
  1. Give me Give all that Zelda goodness. Love this report and the video within. Sure hope they release this all on disc, I would lap that up. lol. Shame it’s all happening after my visit to Japan in September.


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