The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of The Goddesses is coming to Sydney after all

Brodie Fogg 11 August 2017

zelda-symphony-of-goddessesYou'll have to fast travel back from PAX AUS if you want to make the show.

When 2017's The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour was first announced for Perth and Melbourne back in May, Sydney-siders were left scratching their heads in confusion. I mean, we do have the Sydney Opera House.

Now, 3 months later, the show has finally been announced for Sydney. The Symphony of the Goddesses will play the Sydney Opera House on Sunday, 29 October 2017.

Unfortunate for some, as that lands on the last day of PAX AUS 2017. With that said, PAX AUS's Sunday affair is usually when the event begins to wind down, so true Hyrulians should have no problem catching a Loftwing (or Jetstar, up to you really) back to Sydney in time for Sydney's 8:00 PM performance.

We honestly couldn't recommend seeing it enough. 2013's The Legend of Zelda Symphony Orchestra was a blissful journey through Zelda's 30-year history of soothing and iconic tunes, guided by the masterful Eímear Noone, who even used a Wind Waker to steer the orchestra at one point.

The 2017 show will again cover The Legend of Zelda's comprehensive musical history, this time with the added bonus of Breath of the Wild. You know, that neat little game on Nintendo Switch.

Tickets aren't up on The Sydney Opera House website just yet, but we'll let you know when they are.

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