Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The Legend of Zelda - Symphony of the Goddesses.

(I asked a stranger to take my photo. Gold Star, Sir. You tried.)

On Monday I went to see the performance of The Legend of Zelda - Symphony of the Goddesses. This is the second year of it touring and the first time I got to check it out. It had a different set from last year. They kept some of the music and they add new pieces.

It was playing in San Francisco at the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall. It was my second time seeing a performance there in my adulthood. My elementary school would take us every year but since than I haven't gone until about 2 years ago for the Disney Symphony.


As they played the score from different games, they would show scenes. It was so great to see games from recent to the past. The producer would come out to speak to us about the making of the performance and he was so adorable. He spoke about Link's Awakening and held out the game cartridge.
Happy Birthday to Link's Awakening. You look good for 20!

I have no more pictures because we were not allowed to take photos or videos during the performance. That's understandable. 

They were selling posters and shirts but I have too many shirts and no space for posters so I took a photo of one they had hanging on the pillars. If you want to check out the set list, visit their site. I want to post it but I don't want to spoil it for you.

If you have the chance to see this performance, you should definitely check it out. It was amazing and beautiful. 

Up next for me is:

I want this poster!


  1. Oh that looks like fun! I saw Video Games Live a couple of years ago and it was amazing!!

    xo Jen

    1. I can't wait for VGL! It arrives in SF at the end of July! I have my ticket ready!


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