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The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Full 2017 Tour Dates and Locations Announced

by Kyle Hanson


If you’re a Zelda fan there are a few things that you have to do at least once in your life. You need to play every Zelda game, you need to visit Japan, and you need to go see The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. I say this as a fellow Zelda series fan, and someone who has seen the symphony a few times already. It’s always an amazing time, with cosplay, a fun community, and fantastic music. The full slate of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses 2017 tour dates and locations was just announced this morning, so check it out below and if it’s coming to your town be sure to hit it up.

Some of these are already on sale, so click here to find links to buy tickets. There are also a few that support coupon code LOZ17 that you can use to get some discounts on tickets, be sure to watch for those and try them out.

Also, if you’ve already seen the show once, it might be worth checking out again. “We’re really going all-out this year to celebrate the newly released The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” said Jason Michael Paul, President of Jason Michael Paul Entertainment, Inc., the company producing the concert tour. “Besides all the new stuff, we’re also bringing back the Ballad of the Wind Fish from the original program, which has been a big request from fans for a while.”

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses 2017 Tour Dates & Locations

Buenos Aires, Argentina – March 17 at Theatre Coliseo

Santiago, Chile – March 18 at Cariola Theater

Birmingham UK – April 16 at The NEC

Minneapolis, MN – May 20 at Orpheum Theater

Mexico City, Mexico – June 11 at Auditorio Nacional

Denver, CO – June 30 & July 1 at Boettcher Concert Hall

Austin, TX – July 7 at Long Center

San Diego, CA – July 21 at San Diego Civic Theatre

Vienna, VA – July 22 at Wolf Trap

San Francisco, CA – August 4 at Davies Symphony Hall

Quebec City, Quebec – September 9 at Grand Théâtre de Québec

Toronto, Ontario – September 15 at Sony Centre

Seattle, WA – September 22 at Paramount Theatre

Portland, OR – September 23 at Keller Auditorium

Los Angeles, CA – September 30 at Dolby Theater

Kansas City, MO – October 6 at Kansas City Music Hall

Memphis, TN – October 7 at The Orpheum Theatre

Des Moines, IA – October 8 at Des Moines Civic Center

New York, NY – October 20 at United Palace Theatre

Boston, MA – October 21 at Wang Theater

San Antonio, TX – October 27 at Majestic Theatre

Baltimore, MD – November 3 at Lyric Theatre

Cleveland, OH – November 4 at State Theatre

Columbus, OH – November 5 at Ohio Theater

Phoenix, AZ – November 6 at Phoenix Symphony Hall

Jacksonville, FL – November 9 at Times Union Center

Durham, NC – November 10 at Durham PAC

Norfolk, VA – November 11 at Chrysler Hall

Atlanta, GA – November 16 at Cobb Energy PAC

Knoxville, TN – November 17 at Knoxville Civic Auditorium

Chicago, IL – November 18 at Chicago Auditorium Theatre

London, England – November 21 at Eventim Apollo

Dusseldorf, Germany – November 24 at Mitsubishi Electric Hall

Barcelona, Spain – November 25 at Auditori Forum

Florence, Italy – November 26 at Mandela Forum

Vancouver, BC – November 30 at Queen Elizabeth Theater

Edmonton, AB – December 1 at Northern Jubilee Auditorium

Calgary, AB – December 2 at Southern Jubilee Auditorium

Milwaukee, WI – December 3 at Riverside Theater

Montreal, QB – December 8 at Place des Arts

San Jose, CA – December 9 at City National Civic

Pittsburgh, PA – December 14 at Heinz Hall

New Orleans, LA – December 15 at Saenger Theater

Miami, FL – December 16 at The Arsht Center

Oklahoma City, OK – December 29 at Civic Center Music Hall

Salt Lake City, UT – December 30 at Abravenal Hall

- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018

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