Symphony of the Goddesses is Not Currently Planned for 2018

The team behind the Symphony of Goddesses is taking a much deserved break, according to an interview conducted by our good friends over at Nintendo Everything. While they aren’t saying there won’t be any performances in 2018, nothing is scheduled at this time and they admit they needed a break. In addition, we know the show’s producer has put out a proposal for a Super Mario Symphony. Here’s the details on that front:

 

On the front of a possible full return in 2019, here is what Nintendo Everything had to say on that front:

“We also asked about potential plans for 2019, but unfortunately couldn’t get anything concrete on that front. Fans are advised to sign up for the newsletter and follow the official Twitter account. If and when we do hear about new tour dates – which could be a very long way off – we’ll be sure to let you know.”

I personally don’t feel that the symphony for Zelda is over entirely, but full year long tours may be a thing of the past if the Mario Symphony proposal gets accepted.

Source: Nintendo Everything

Nathanial Rumphol-Janc

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