The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert tickets now on sale

By Nick Akerman, Monday, 14 January 2013 11:57 GMT

What does the ‘Symphony of the Goddesses’ sound like in real life? You’ll have to pay £33.75 to find out.

Following a successful string of 25th Anniversary concerts during 2011, the sounds of Zelda will be returning to London on May 23 2013.

Tickets are available to buy right here, and should be snapped up quickly to avoid disappointment. Prices range from £33.75 in rear standing positions, to £110.50 for the lazy seated ones.

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