There’s a lot of heart and soul required to interpret what you love most about something you truly care about. Epic cosplays are built to show one’s passion and great art is drawn to interpret one’s fandom, while others play instruments and sing to bring their fan-shaped heart to life. There’s not a whole lot of fandom’s that do these things better than that of The Legend of Zelda. One such group of like-minded nerd music fans are looking to do just that.

On November 17th in Orlando, Florida, the nerd music collective known as Ongaku Overdrive is putting together a tribute concert in honor of not only the Zelda series, but the 20th anniversary of one of the franchise’s most beloved games: Ocarina of Time. Being called “Power, Wisdom, Courage: A Tribute to Zelda,” this nine-hour event will feature artists, cosplay, gaming contests, and live music from a diverse group of nerd music’s finest.

While not all of the band’s for the concert have been announced (as of this writing), the few that have been so far include:

Each band will be performing something unique tribute to the Zelda series. The Super Guitar Bros. will be performing their entire new album “Ocarina of Time“,  Master Sword will be playing music from their newest album “Shadow and Steel“, and Bit Brigade will be performing music from the original The Legend of Zelda.

If you are in the Central Florida area, or want to head down to The Sunshine State to check it out for yourself, tickets are still on sale now, and info about this event can be found here. If you can’t make it to the festivities, then make sure to stay tuned to Zelda Dungeon as we’ll be covering this shindig!

To find out more about Ongaku Overdrive, or just you just want to see what they’re currently up to, make sure to check out their social media sites on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Twitch, and YouTube.

What do you think of this event? Will you be checking it out for yourself? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Ongaku Overdrive

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