Legend of Zelda is one of those games that has been beloved for decades; and it’s fans expand through multiple generations. The classic video game is known for it’s iconic characters, imagery and the music. All those elements come together in a new way with The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. This spectacular event makes its return to Philly at The Kimmel Center on Thursday, December 27 at 7:30p.m. You can purchase tickets on the Kimmel Center website.
Experience the world of Legend of Zelda with Symphony of the Goddesses. Listen and watch 30 years of video game history unfold with an orchestra and choir. The concert is a complete thematic experience with a video presentation on a big screen. Your senses will be delighted with music and video from all your favorite games from Majora’s Mask to Twilight Princess. Producer, Jason Michael Paul, says that fans can look forward to “HD visuals, Breath of the Wild(Paul’s current favorite Zelda game), Skyward Sword Symphony movements, Ballad of the Windfish and more.”
Besides the concert, guest can also purchase Symphony of the Goddesses merchandise at the Kimmel Center.
On Wednesday, December 27, prepare for a musical and cinematic journey through Hyrule and beyond with The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses at the Kimmel Center. As producer, Jason Michael Paul says, “It’s the already great music but with a little bit of Hollywood to it!”
The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses
Wednesday, December 27 @7:30p.m.
The Kimmel Center 300 S Broad St. 19102