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Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses 2016 concert tour dates announced

UPDATE: Watch them on Stephen Colbert. Returning to Wembley Arena on 23rd April.

UPDATE 14/10/2015 5pm: The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses appeared on The Late show with Stephen Colbert last night. Behold their majesty in the following clip:

ORIGINAL STORY 13/10/2015 3.11pm: The official Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert tour returns in 2016 for yet another round of performances.

This extended US and European tour is still subtitled Symphony of the Goddesses: Master Quest, as it was back in 2015.

However, an all-new section of music from this year's Zelda spin-off Tri Force Heroes will be included for the first time.

The sole UK date takes place on 23rd April at London's Wembley Arena.

Tickets are on sale now via Wembley's ticketing website and range in price from £20 up to £100.

From plenty of personal experience, the £20 tickets are absolutely fine.

2016's dates are the longest run for the tour to date. The first London-based Zelda concert was held back in 2011 for the series' 25th anniversary. The tour returned here in 2013, and then again earlier this year.

The full list of worldwide 2016 dates lie below:

  • Nashville, TN, Schermerhorn Symphony Center; January 21, 22
  • Boston, MA, Symphony Hall; February 23
  • Costa Mesa, CA, Segerstrom Center for the Arts; March 8
  • Toronto, ON, Sony Centre; March 19
  • Jacksonville, FL, Moran Theatre; March 24
  • Kansas City, MO, Music Hall Kansas City; March 26
  • Memphis, TN, The Orpheum; March 31
  • New Orleans, LA, Saenger Theater; April 1
  • Columbus, OH, Ohio Theater; April 3
  • Charlottesville, VA, JPJ Arena; April 8
  • London, UK, SSE/Wembley Arena; April 23
  • Guadalajara, MX, Auditorio Telmex; May 11
  • Monterrey, MX, Arena Monterrey; May 13
  • Mexico City, MX, Arena de Ciudad; May 15
  • San Antonio, TX, Majestic Theater; May 21
  • Los Angeles, CA, Dolby Theater; June 13
  • Austin, TX, Long Center; June 23
  • Montreal, QB, Place des Arts; June 25
  • San Francisco, CA, Davies Symphony Hall; August 21
  • Atlanta, GA, Cobb Perf. Arts; September 10
  • Edmonton, AB, Southern Jubilee; September 21
  • Vancouver, BC, Queen Elizabeth Theatre; September 23
  • Paris, FR, Palais Des Congres; October 8
  • Lisbon, PT, Coliseu de Lisboa; October 14
  • Essen, DE, Grugahalle; October 15
  • Chicago, IL, Chicago Auditorium; November 12

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