Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses getting new dates in North America

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour initially debuted on the 25th Anniversary, and as the Legend of Zelda series is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year, it’s still going strong. In fact, new dates for the United States and Canada were announced today by Jason Michael Paul Entertainment, via a press release.

The press release specifies that all upcoming shows will feature some new content:

  •  new music and visuals from The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes
  • a new intermezzo from the Temple of Time
  • updated visuals and gameplay from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

Here’s the list of new dates for the Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour:

Reading, PA – November 4
Santander Performing Arts Center (Tickets)

Washington, DC – November 5
Warner Theater (Tickets)

Louisville, KY – November 10
Whitney Hall (Tickets)

Rochester, NY – November 11
Kodak Hall (Tickets)

Chicago, IL – November 12
Auditorium Theater (Tickets)

Newark, NJ – November 13
NJPAC (Tickets)

Charleston, SC – November 17
NCPAC (Tickets)

Houston, TX – November 18
Revention Center (Tickets)

Milwaukee, WI – November 19
Riverside Theater (Tickets)

Fresno, CA – November 20
Saroyan Theatre (Tickets)

Phoenix, AZ – November 21
Phoenix Convention Centre (Tickets)

Salt Lake City, UT – December 4
Abravenal Hall (Tickets)

Quebec City, QC, Canada – December 7
Grand Theatre de Quebec (Tickets)

San Jose, CA – December 10
City National Civic (Tickets)

St. Petersburg, FL – December 16
The Mahaffey Theater (Tickets)

Fort Worth, TX – January 7
Bass Performance Hall (Tickets)

Honolulu, HI – January 13
Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall (Tickets)

As usual, the full list of upcoming dates can be found on the official website!

Source: press release


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