Nintendo Details Zelda Concert Plans
Ocarina of Time buyers to have exclusive access to tickets for October concert.
Nintendo made first mention its plans for a Zelda orchestral concert during its E3 conference earlier today. Following that, the company shared specifics via an official site.
The "Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Orchestra Concert" will be held on October 10 at Tokyo's Sumida Triphony Hall. The music will be performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, with Taizo Takemoto as conductor.
Tickets will be available starting June 16 at ¥3,000 for S seats and ¥1,500 for A seats. But the tickets won't be available to just anyone. Nintendo will be making tickets available to those who've bought a Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D.
As detailed during today's press conference, Nintendo will be holding this concert in all regions of the world, so check with your local branch for specifics in your area.