Zelda and Pixar Summer orchestra concerts arriving soon

Arriving locally and for some, nationally, are two summer concerts worth being entertained by: The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses and Pixar In Concert. If you have ever played, referenced the name, or even heard the chime then the 25th anniversary symphony might be your cup of tea. Performing locally at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles on Wednesday June 6th at 8:00PM, the raved 4.7/5 star reviewed ensemble will be performing Zelda tunes from almost every game in the series. “Quite simply incredible”, “I felt my childhood come back”, and “Absolutely beautiful, amazing, memorable, and fun”, are some of the promising reviews for this event.

If Zelda may not be up your alley, then maybe one of those memorable Pixar films we have all come to know and love might be. The Hollywood Bowl will be having a series of performances showcasing Pixar In Concert, a live orchestrated event with visually streaming segments of the films they will perform. The series will run from Friday August 3rd through Sunday August 5th and have a start time of 8:00PM. This entertainment is perfect for the kids, older adults, and especially if you are a couple looking for a romantic dinner on the Hollywood Bowl lawn with the sun setting prior to show time.

“From the Toy Story trilogy and Cars to The Incredibles and Up, Pixar has forever changed filmmaking and given audiences of all ages some of the most beloved characters in cinematic history. Now, for the first time ever, the Hollywood Bowl presents “Pixar in Concert,” with visually stunning clips and memorable scores from each of Pixar’s movies (including its latest release, Brave) performed live by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.”

Tickets go on sale for The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses tomorrow, Friday April 6th, at 10:00AM while Pixar In Concert tickets don’t go on sale till May 5th.

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