Zelda Symphony Revisits The Arsht Center In Miami This Weekend

Miami, home to WholesomeGamer, hot beaches, beautiful people, diverse cultures, and the latest stop in video game music. Music and video games will be joined together once again as The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Master Quest Tour comes back to Miami this weekend. On April 16, 2016 at 8:00 PM, Jason Michael Paul Productions and Nintendo will be bringing back the iconic franchise’s concert to the Adrienne Arsht Center’s Knight Concert Hall.

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The Tri Force is now complete with the highly anticipated, global concert tour of “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quest”!

The acclaimed concert will delight fans with a truly unique experience from one of the most beloved game franchises ever. Audiences can expect to experience awesome new scenes from “Tri Force Heroes”, the latest game release from The Legend of Zelda. Never before performed scores accompanied by new gameplay imagery will appear for the first time ever in “Master Quest,” and fans will still be treated to the show’s now-classic repertoire from seasons past.

Journey back to the land of Hyrule with Master Quest, the next chapter in the acclaimed world tour, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. Master Quest is a never-before seen or heard multimedia concert experience featuring a live 56-piece orchestra, 20 person choir and a larger than life video presentation that celebrates The Legend of Zelda!

You can check out our review of the first Symphony of the Goddesses visit to Miami back in 2012 here. In addition, last year, we interviewed the man behind the concert series, Jason Michael Paul, and he told us a little about himself and the Master Quest Tour. You can check out that interview on the WholesomeGamer Cast here (26 minute mark): WholesomeGamer Cast 3

Tickets are still on sale but going fast! If you want to go to the show this weekend, make sure to get your tickets now here. WholesomeGamer will be there! Will you?

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