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The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses returns to Sydney in October

August 11, 2017
Joseph Rositano
/ Feature

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses has been touring the globe since January 2012. Initially conceived as a way to celebrate the Zelda series’ 25 anniversary, its popularity has seen the concert continue throughout the years.

Having toured Sydney originally in 2013, many were disappointed the show sold out almost instantly and didn’t tour other cities in Australia. Earlier this year prayers were answered when Perth and Melbourne shows were announced for August 24, 2017 and September 3, 2017 respectively.

Today, it has been announced Sydney will be treated to the concert once more on October 29 at the iconic Sydney Opera House. The pre-sale will begin on August 22, with general public sale commencing on August 28.

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses will also be playing in Auckland, New Zealand on August 14, and Singapore on August 26. Here’s hopes an Adelaide show will be announced next (granted, this writer will be flying to Melbourne to watch the show in September).

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