Wind Waker Baton pre-orders announced alongside new tour dates for The Symphony of the Goddesses

packaging of wind waker batonHave you ever wanted to harness the power of the winds like Link from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker? Well now you can! Or at least you can pretend to. An official newsletter from The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses announced that an officially licensed Wind Waker Baton is available for pre-order for the first time. It will set you back $40, which for die-hard Zelda fans is basically free.

In addition, they announced new tour dates for their Master Quest world tour which includes new music from Majora’s Mask in honor of the remake on 3DS that came out last year and will feature updated visuals from Twilight Princess HD which released earlier this year.

The Symphony of the Goddesses is the ultimate performance of The Legend of Zelda music featuring fully orchestrated adaptations from an almost 30+ year library of Zelda games. We’re big fans of the symphony here at TSG! We were invited to attend last year and even held a contest so that you readers could come along with us. Will we have another ticket giveaway this year? Hmm…

If you have the opportunity I encourage you to go to this concert and to bring a friend. Whether you’re a fan of Zelda or just a fan of music, you will love the show. For more insight into the origins of the Zelda symphony, check out our interview with the show’s producer Jason Michael Paul, and while you’re at it, don’t forget to pre-order the Wind Waker Baton.

[Source: Zelda Symphony]

Written by Marcus Garrett

Marcus created Top Shelf Gaming to celebrate the awesome things about the video game industry while challenging the areas of the video game community that could be improved. He loves playing guitar and eating tacos, but never at the same time.

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