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Zelda Symphony of the Goddesses: Wind Waker Baton pre-order, new dates (world)

Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Master QuestThe Wind Waker is the name of the precious item Link uses in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Ever dreamed of owning one? In June, you will be able to, thanks to the online shop of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddeses! However, you better prepare yourself, as it is quite pricey: 40$!

Here’s the official description, and some pictures:

The magical Wind Waker Baton featured in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, and used in concert by The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses conductor is now available to fans for the first time ever! Fans can pre-order the legendary Wind Waker Baton now!

Expected delivery is June 2016.

Wind Waker Dimensions:  14.85″ x 2.7″

Click here to order yours!

Also, new dates for the Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses: Master Quest 2016-17 tour were also announced this week, via PR: you will find them just below, after the break. It was also announced that from now on, all footage from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess will be from the HD version.

Head after the break for the rest of this post!

Here’s the new dates for the Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour (with several dates outsides North America):

Denver, CO, Boettcher Concert Hall; July 14
San Diego, CA, Copley Symphony Hall; July 22
Orlando, FL, Walt Disney Theater; Aug. 6
San Francisco, CA, Davies Symphony Hall; August 21
Atlanta, GA, Cobb PAC; Sept. 10
Seattle, WA, Benaroya Hall; Sept. 14
Portland, OR, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall; Sept. 17
Edmonton, CA, Northern Jubilee; Sept. 21
Calgary, CA, Jack Singer Concert Hall; Sept. 22
Vancouver, CA, Queen Elizabeth Theatre; Sept. 23
Philadelphia, PA, Mann Center PAC; Sept. 25
Amsterdam, ML, Heineken Music Hall; Sept. 29
Milan, IT, Teatro degli Acromboldi; Sept. 30
Zurich, CH, Hallenstadion; Oct. 1
Stuttgart, DE, Porsche Arena; Oct. 2
Vienna, AT, Stadthalle; Oct. 5
Geneva, CH, Geneva Arena; Oct. 7
Paris, FR, Palais Des Congres; Oct. 8
Birmingham, UK, Symphony Hall; Oct. 9
Antwerp, BE, Stadsschouwburg Antwerp, Oct. 12
Manchester, UK, Bridgewater Hall; Oct. 13
Lisbon, PT, Coliseu de Lisboa; Oct. 14
Essen, DE, Grughalle; Oct. 15
Stockholm, SE, Ericcson Globe; Oct. 19
Glasgow, UK, Royal Concert Hall; Oct. 20
Berlin, DE, Tempodrom; Oct. 21
Warsaw, PL, Filharmonioa Narodowa; Oct. 22
Prague, CZ, Dvorak Concert Hall; Oct. 23
Barcelona, ES, Auditori Forum; Oct. 28
Madrid, ES, Palacio Vistalegre; Oct. 29
Bilbao, ES, Palacio Euskalduna; Oct. 30
Washington D.C., Warner Theater; Nov. 5
Louisville, KY, The Whitney; Nov. 10
Rochester, NY, Kodak Hall; Nov. 11
Chicago, IL, Auditorium Theater; Nov. 12
Newark, NJ, NJPAC; Nov. 13
Charleston, SC, NCPAC; Nov. 17
Houston, TX, Revention Center; Nov. 18
Milwaukee, WI, Riverside Theater; Nov. 19
Fresno, CA, William Saroyan Theater; Nov. 20
Phoenix, AZ, Phoenix Symphony Hall; Nov. 21
Salt Lake City, UT, Abravenal Hall; Dec. 4
Fort Worth, TX, Bass Performance Hall; Jan. 7
Honolulu, HI, Neil Blaisdell Center; Jan. 13
Oklahoma City, OK, Civic Center Music Hall; Jan. 21

Source: PR


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