Posted on June 08 2015 by Meg Bethany Read
Live in New York City and haven’t had a chance to see the Symphony of the Goddesses tour yet? Here’s some good news: it’s coming to the Nintendo World Store!
In a press release earlier today, Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc. revealed that the Nintendo World Store will play host to a special Symphony of the Goddesses event on September 4th at 6PM. The event will consist of an ocarina demo by David Ramos (AKA DocJazz), a live musical performance by a string quartet from the Zelda Symphony, and photo opportunities for cosplaying fans. Executive producer of the tour, Jason Michael Paul, and Symphony conductor, Amy Andersson, will also be in attendance and available for interviews and photo opportunities. And you’d better bring some rupees along with you as Zelda Symphony merchandise will also be available for purchase.
Limited seating will be available and tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. At this time of writing, the only known way to obtain tickets to this exclusive event is to purchase VIP tickets to the October 13th show at the Barclays Center as attendees will receive guaranteed access to the Nintendo World Store event.
Will you attend? Have you been to a Symphony of the Goddesses show previously? Let us know below!
Source: Symphony of the Goddesses Press Release (via NintendoEverything)