Nintendo of Japan just opened up their information and registration site for the Japanese leg of their The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony concert tour. The website gives us a whole bunch of information about the concert, including when and where performances will be held in Japan, as well as who’s playing and conducting. Of course, the site’s all in Japanese, so if you get stressed trying to weed through a foreign language and need a breakdown of the more important bits, I’ll do my best.
When will the Japanese leg of the concert be?
The site lists two performances, both on the 10th of October.
How much will seats cost?
Standard seats cost ¥1,500, while premium seats go for ¥3,000. Not too shabby for seats at a live symphony performance if you ask me – that converts to about $19/$38, respectively. Prices should be comparable here.
Who will be performing, and where?
The concert will be performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, directed by Takemoto Taizo of “Press Start” gaming symphony fame, in the Sumida Triphony Hall. It’s not really known whether the Tokyo Philharmonic will be performing for the Western legs of the tour yet.
When will we find out more?
Hopefully soon! We’ll be all over any Zelda symphony-related info that pops up in the coming weeks, so check back here for all the latest!