As we all have heard, Nintendo is celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Legend of Zelda in many ways this year. First we got the release of Ocarina of Time 3D for the 3DS. Next, we got Link’s Awakening avaliable in the 3DS eShop, which is soon to be followed by free copies of Four Swords on eShop and DSiWare. Then of course, what we’re all waiting for, Skyward Sword later this year! One particular event they have also announced is a concert with a 70 piece orchestra performing classic songs from the series. This show is produced by the same producers of PLAY! A Video Game Symphony, so it’s sure to be good. Nintendo has now released more information on this concert – find out more after the jump!

According to NintendoEverything, the first show will be in Los Angeles on October 21st of this year. Tickets will start at $35, and go on sale August 1st at TicketMaster. But don’t be worried if you can’t make it to that; a full tour will follow up in 2012, and we will be sure to update you when we have those dates.

So, are you planning to attend if the show comes near you – or will you travel to see it? What other 25th anniversary suprises are you hoping for? Let us know in the comments!

Update: Nintendoeverything also posted this trailer for the Concert, check it out!


Source: NintendoEverything

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