Zelda Symphony Concert Date Confirmed for London


The ONLY European date for the Zelda Symphony Concerts will take place in London on 25 October this year. The venue will be The HMV Hammersmith Apollo. Tickets go on sale on Monday 8 August starting at £33.75.

This is a great chance to hear your favourite Zelda tunes played live by a 70 piece orchestra and choir.

Will you be trying to get tickets? I sure will be!

For more information see the Zelda Symphony website.

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19 Responses to “Zelda Symphony Concert Date Confirmed for London”
  1. Marc Love says:

    I will be too! Surprised it’s the ONLY European venue though? I consider myself very lucky to live in London right now!

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    • Paul says:

      Yeah crazy how the rest of Europe misses out. There must still be more to announce. But I ain’t complaining..

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      • nintymadden says:

        Would love one in Dublin so I would, hopefully I can tip over to London for the concert!

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        • Reeesy says:

          Do it! it could be a good little NintendoScene outing if we all get tickets!

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          • OK, would be awesome if Skyward Sword were to be released that same week (say on Friday). We could have Orla over from Ireland and James down from Scotland and get one great big Zelda mashup. Live blogging it all on Twitter and facebook posting up our opinions and just enjoying it all. But then again Nintendo have said the game’s due for this Holiday Season, which means either November or December (typically). Looks like Orla’s gonna be flying a lot come the end of the Year.

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    • Monika Kokas says:

      yeah lucky you as least you don’t need to get on a train to get there like i have to on my birthday

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  2. Zero says:

    where do I get these fabled tickets? I HAVE to be there

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  3. Steve T. says:

    Hope they announce one near the New York/New Jersey area. Looks like it’s gonna be fun, if you get to go.

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  4. Lolli says:

    I was really desperate for this to be announced, but unfortunately it had to happen at a time when I don’t have any spare cash. If can quickly find someone to take my Batman Live tickets off my hands, I may just be there!!!

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  5. Tickets are going fast. The cheaper ones have sold out. But the VIP and £62.50 tickets are still available. This is the direct tickets link: http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/36004702D26C5B5D

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