If you're a video gamer of any sort, I'm sure you are aware of the game,The Legend of Zelda™.  The game has sold over 62 million copies and has entertained generations with more than 25 years of magic and adventure.

Now, Zelda comes to life at DeVos Performance Hall on October 19th, with the Grand Rapids Symphony.

You'll get to witness the  dynamic cinematic video presentation, synced to Zelda's sensational, action-packed music - performed live by your Grand Rapids Symphony and conducted by Irish-born Zelda Symphony conductor, Eímear Noone.

Photo from a recent performance with the Milwaukee Symphony
Photo from a recent performance with the Milwaukee Symphony

Showcasing the work of Nintendo composer and sound director Koji Kondo, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is the first ever video game themed concert to feature a complete four-movement symphony and is an event you won't want to miss.

Tickets are going on sale July 22nd, at 10a.m., so start the lineup!  The performance will probably sell out.

Tickets can be purchased online through Ticketmaster or by calling 800/982-2787 beginning Monday, July 22.

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