Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Delivers Legendary Performances

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When The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses announced an end to their touring a sinking feeling developed in my chest. I knew that this marvelous show would be something that I would greatly miss. Since its inception I have managed to see the show on six different occasions; Chicago, Columbus, Cincinnati, Orlando, and twice in LA.


Each and every performance that I saw was unique and special to me. By the time the touring came to an end I knew the set-list like the back of my head and could visualize the stunning imagery displayed on the large screen during each song. As a longtime fan of the Legend of Zelda series, there was something truly magical about these symphonic arrangements. It is apparent that the producers too are Zelda fans, and the care put into the arrangements and media are obvious to all.


Upon hearing that the Symphony of the Goddesses would be returning for another tour I immediately felt a resounding spark of joy in my heart. I knew I could revisit all of my childhood memories with these legendary symphonic movements once more.  There really is no better way for a Legend of Zelda fan to spend their evening. With tour dates all across the country I highly suggest doing anything in your power to see this concert at least once. I guarantee you will not regret it.


About Author

Noah Glaser is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati where he majored in Information Technology with a minor in awesome. Noah has worked in web marketing for over 5 years and has built a reputation that has followed him both professionally and independently. He is the founder and lead content contributor for The Hidden Triforce.In the 5th grade he bought Link’s Awakening for his brother as a Christmas gift. Since stealing it back, he has been hooked to the Zelda series and has never looked back. In his spare time you can find Noah frolicking with his Porygon and Kiwi Birds. He dislikes chocolate, cheese, and bacon.