Jason Michael Paul Productions and VIZ Media have announced a partnership to bring Zelda fans a two in one treat during the Legend of Zelda Symphony of the Goddesses concerts. VIZ Media’s graphic novels and mangas inspired by The Legend of Zelda will be available for purchase at upcoming “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses” concerts. The manga and graphic novel will join the concerts’ new “Master Quest” music and visuals to make Symphony of the Goddesses the ultimate Zelda experience for fans of music, art, games, and culture.
These books include the new THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: A LINK TO THE PAST graphic novel from manga legend Shotaro Ishinomori (Cyborg 009 and Kamen Rider), as well as THE LEGEND OF ZELDA manga series created by Akira Himekawa, featuring adventures from MAJORA’S MASK, OCARINA OF TIME, and more.
In addition, VIZ Media will also make the manga and graphic novel titles available this July at Comic-Con International in San Diego, in conjunction with the Symphony of the Goddesses performance on July 11 at Copley Symphony Hall. VIZ Media will sponsor a special ticket giveaway to the performance, with details to be announced soon.
Featuring brand new music and visuals, including pieces from the recently remastered The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D and the addition of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Symphony of the Goddesses has been touring its “Master Quest” across North America, Japan, and Europe, with new concerts and locations recently added to the tour. Upcoming performances include:
- Miami, Florida, James L Knight Center; May 
- Edmonton, Alberta, Northern Jubilee; May 20
- Vancouver, British Columbia, Queen Elizabeth Theatre; May 22
- Calgary, Alberta, Southern Jubilee; May 23
- Montreal, Quebec, Place des Arts; May 30
- Las Vegas, Nevada, The Venetian; June 10
- Los Angeles, California, Walt Disney Concert Hall; June 14
- Austin, Texas, The Long Center PAC; June 20 (two shows)
- San Diego, California, Copley Symphony Hall; July 11
- Orlando, Florida, Dr. Phillips Center; June 18
- San Francisco, California, Davies Symphony Hall; Aug. 29
- Durham, North Carolina, Durham Performing Arts Center; Sep. 10
- St. Louis, Missouri, Powell Hall; Sep. 11, 12, 13
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mann Center; Sep. 18
- Providence, Rhode Island, Providence Performing Arts Center; Sep. 25
- Chicago, Illinois, Auditorium Theatre; Oct. 1
- Indianapolis, Indiana, Old National Center; Oct. 2
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Theatre; Oct. 3
- New York City, Barclays Center; Oct. 13