Since The Legend of Zelda series has dazzled gamers all around the world with stunning visuals, action-packed gameplay and epic quests for over three decades, it’s only right for Candlelight to repay the favor with this spectacular musical tribute. On September 16, the music from the iconic series will be performed on strings for fans of the franchise to hear the tunes that accompany Link on his adventures without even having to turn on their game console.
Following the release of Tears of the Kingdom earlier this year, there are few better ways to honor the game series than at a candlelit evening celebrating its soundtrack’s mystical melodies and spellbinding sounds. And to make the evening even more magical, thousands of candles will be illuminating First Unitarian Church to provide an enchanting ambiance for this unforgettable concert.
Ask any gamer who their favorite virtual hero is, and many won’t hesitate to say Link. Zelda’s brave protagonist is up there with the likes of Mario, Lara Croft and Sonic the Hedgehog when it comes to fictional characters who’ve gained a huge following over the last few decades. In fact, Link’s popularity is one of the many reasons why The Legend of Zelda has managed to keep gamers hooked for over 30 years. People want to keep up with his daring quests and exciting challenges, and are always left wondering what’s next for the beloved hero.
This September, experience a magical evening scored by the iconic compositions that add tension, excitement and mystery to the Zelda experience. From the 80s classics such as The Adventure of Link and original Legend of Zelda game to the more recent Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom, string quartet Listeso Music Group will be performing songs from Zelda’s most iconic games inside the historic First Unitarian Church.
Get ready to embark on a musical adventure with Link and co. at this magnificent Candlelight tribute coming to Baltimore on September 16. Two performances are taking place on the night, with the earlier show starting at 7pm and the later one at 9pm.
Whether you prefer going on your own, with a date, friend or loved one, you’re sure to be enchanted by the bright sea of twinkling candles and the stirring sounds of live music on strings.