If you’re a fan of Zelda, then you’re not going to want to miss this mesmerising Candlelight concert dedicated to the iconic games series coming to Brisbane this winter. Following the incredible success of Tears of the Kingdom released this May, this enchanting tribute will be lighting up St Paul’s Presbyterian Church on 21 July to celebrate one of Nintendo’s most successful franchises to date.
As a sea of candles flickers away, a talented solo pianist will be taking to the stage inside this remarkable venue to play the spellbinding compositions heard in the epic Legend of Zelda games. Sit back, relax and let the music of Link’s Awakening, Twilight Princess and more games from this incredible franchise wash over you inside one of Brisbane’s most beautiful settings.
Since its release in 1986, The Legend of Zelda has captured the hearts of gamers all around the world. Impressive graphics, interesting story lines and advanced game play have all helped make the Zelda franchise become as successful as it is today. From thrilling battles between Link and Ganon to epic quests in magical lands, the Zelda series offers gamers a vast mythical world to explore and complete exhilarating challenges in. This winter, you’ll embark on a musical journey at this magnificent Candlelight concert as a sea of candles flickers around you.
Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword and more games from the Zelda franchise are set to be celebrated at this extraordinary candlelit tribute. Composed by the legendary Koji Kondo, the music heard in the Zelda series not only evokes a sense of wonder and excitement, but it also ignites nostalgia for those die-hard Zelda fans who have been following the franchise for many years. This July, get ready to hear the iconic music that lifts the gaming experience to new heights performed by a talented pianist inside the beautiful St Paul’s Presbyterian Church.
This winter, be transported to the magical world of Zelda with the help of this unforgettable Candlelight concert. Concertgoers will celebrate the release of Tears of the Kingdom by listening to the sensational music that accompanies these iconic games.
They’ll be two back-to-back performances on the night, with the earlier show starting at 6:30pm and the later one at 8:30pm. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the concert start time and late entry isn’t permitted.