The first Legend Of Zelda 25th anniversary concerts are coming to Los Angeles and London this month but they are only the start of something special. As Jeron Moore - producer of the Legend Of Zelda concerts - told ONM, the Zelda 2012 world tour will feature a four part symphony.
Moore revealed that those lucky enough to have tickets to the concerts this month will be the first in the world to hear two parts of this symphony.
The producer wouldn't tell us which songs will feature in the show but he's happy with the choices. "We're absolutely happy. As a celebration of Zelda's 25 years, the show is designed to delight fans old and new," Moore told ONM. "Of course, it's difficult to cover everything when you consider the scope and magnitude of the Zelda franchise. Kondo-san and his team have written a lot of great music!"
He added: "Fortunately, the 25th Anniversary Symphony concerts are only the beginning. Fans have a lot to look forward to between these commemorative shows and the upcoming world tour in 2012, which will include a full length four-movement symphony. Two of these movements will debut at the upcoming concerts in October - but you'll have to come back next year to hear the rest!"
Exciting stuff. Here are some more Legend Of Zelda 25th anniversary concert details. Do you have tickets to a Legend Of Zelda 25th anniversary concert? What are you hoping they will play?