Nintendo has announced the next city to host its Legend of Zelda concert series. The Symphony of the Goddesses tour, as the series’ 2012 leg will be entitled, will kick off in the home of AT&T, Dealey Plaza and the NFL’s richest team. That is to say, Dallas residents will be eligible to hear their Symphony Orchestra play music from the Zelda games come January of next year.
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Ticketmaster will soon begin selling tickets for the January 12 event, which range from $19 bargain entry to luxury $115 seats alongside your fellow monocle-wearing, caviar-gobbling Zelda fanatics. Club Nintendo are eligible for a 15 percent discount, so visit the Club homepage (opens in new tab) to sign up if that interests you. The Symphony of the Goddesses’ centerpiece is a four-movement symphony progressing through the Zelda series’ history all the way up to Skyward Sword, relying entirely on the magic of music (and video footage). Further dates in the tour will be announced soon, so keep an eye on the tour’s homepage (opens in new tab).