Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Schedule and program for the 2017 Tour

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is a tour that was originally part of celebrations for the 25th Anniversary of the series. But last year, the series celebrated its 30th Anniversary, and the tour is still going strong. In fact, dates for the 2017 tour were just announced, with some of them in Europe, but still with the majority in the United States and Canada.

This time around, there will be music from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but also returning pieces such as Ballad of the Wind Fish (returning from the first program).

Here’s the program for the concerts of the 2017 tour:


Overture (2017 Updated)
Dragon Roost Island
Majora’s Mask Medley
Breath of the Wild
A Link Between Worlds


Prelude ~ The Creation of Hyrule
Movement I ~ Skyward Sword (brand new)
Movement II ~ Ocarina of Time



Intermezzo ~ Temple of Time
Movement III ~ The Wind Waker
Movement IV ~ Twilight Princess
Movement V ~ Time of the Falling Rain


And here’s the full schedule for the 2017 Tour of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses:

  • March 17th (8:30PM): Buenos Aires, Argentina (Opera Theater Allianz)
  • March 18th (9:00PM): Santiago, Chile (Cariola Theater)
  • April 16th (7:45PM): Birmingham, UK (The NEC)
  • May 20th (8:00PM): Minneapolis, MN (Orpheum Theatre)
  • June 11th (???): Mexico City, DF (Auditorio Nacional)
  • June 30th (7:30PM): Denver, CO (Boettcher Concert Hall)
  • July 1st (7:30PM): Denver, CO (Boettcher Concert Hall)
  • July 7th (8:00PM): Austin, TX (Long Center)
  • July 21st (8:00PM): San Diego, CA (San Diego Civic Theatre)
  • July 22nd (8:30PM): Vienna, VA (Wolf Trap Center for the Arts)
  • August 4th (8:00PM): San Francisco, CA (Davies Symphony Hall)
  • September 9th (8:00PM): Quebec City, QC (Grand Théâtre de Québec)
  • September 15th (8:00PM): Toronto, ON (Sony Centre)
  • September 22nd (8:00PM): Seattle, WA (Paramount Theater)
  • September 23rd (8:00PM): Portland, OR (Keller Auditorium)
  • September 30th (8:00PM): Los Angeles, CA (Dolby Theater)
  • October 6th (8:00PM): Kansas City, MO (Kansas City Music Hall)
  • October 7th (8:00PM): Memphis, TN (Orpheum Theater)
  • October 8th (8:00PM): Des Moines, IA (Des Moines Civic Center)
  • October 20th (8:00PM): New York, NY (United Palace Theater)
  • October 21st (8:00PM): Boston, MA (Wang Theater)
  • October 27th (8:00PM): San Antonio, TX (Majestic Theater)
  • November 3rd (08:00PM): Baltimore, MD (Lyric Theater @ Model PAC)
  • November 4th (8:00PM): Cleveland, OH (State Theater)
  • November 5th (07:00PM) Columbus, OH (Ohio Theater)
  • November 6th (07:00PM): Phoenix, AZ (Phoenix Symphony Hall)
  • November 9th (07:00PM): Jacksonville, FL (Moran Theater @ Times Union Center)
  • November 10th (8:00PM): Durham, NC (DPAC)
  • November 11th (8:00PM): Norfolk, VA (Chrysler Hall)
  • November 16th (8:00PM): Atlanta, GA (Cobb Energy PAC)
  • November 17th (???): Knoxville, TN (Knoxville Civic Auditorium)
  • November 18th (8:00PM): Chicago, IL (Chicago Auditorium Theatre)
  • November 21st (7:00PM): London, UK (Eventim Apollo)
  • November 24th (8:00PM): Düsseldorf, DE (Mitsubishi Electric Halle)
  • November 25th (8:30PM): Barcelona, ES (Auditori Fòrum)
  • November 26th (6:00PM): Firenze, IT (Nelson Mandela Forum)
  • November 30th (7:00PM): Vancouver, BC (Queen Elizabeth Theater)
  • December 1st (8:00PM): Edmonton, AB (Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium)
  • December 2nd (8:00PM): Calgary, AB (Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium)
  • December 3rd (8:00PM): Milwaukee, WI (Riverside Theater)
  • December 8th (8:00PM): Montreal, QC (Place Des Arts)
  • December 9th (8:00PM): San Jose, CA (City National Civic)
  • December 14th (7:30PM): Pittsburgh, PA (Heinz Hall)
  • December 15th (8:00PM): New Orleans, LA (Saenger Theater)
  • December 16th (8:00PM): Miami, FL (The Arsht Center)
  • December 29th (8:00PM): Oklahoma City, OK (Civic Center Music Hall)
  • December 30th (8:00PM): Salt Lake City, UT (Abravanel Hall)

NB: additional dates for 2017 will be announced at a later date.

Source: official website


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