Get ready for a month filled with gaming music bliss! Nintendo has officially revealed the rescheduled dates for both The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Concert and the Splatoon 3: Deep Cut concert, airing on YouTube on February 9th and 10th, respectively. Initially planned for Nintendo Live 2024, these concerts were unfortunately cancelled by Nintendo in December due to safety concerns.
The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Concert: An absolute nostalgia trip
Mark your calendars for this special The Legend of #Zelda Orchestra Concert! 🎶
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) January 24, 2024
Kicking off the musical celebration, the legendary “The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Concert” is scheduled to air on YouTube on February 9th. Having been fortunate enough to attend two separate Zelda Symphonies in the past, I can assure you that it’s an absolute blast for fans of the series. While the set list hasn’t been revealed yet, I’m guessing we’ll get to hear a few renditions from “Tears of the Kingdom” along with plenty of classic Zelda tunes to enjoy.
Splatoon 3: Deep Cut Concert
SRL Stage Management here! The show must go on! The Splatoon 3 Deep Cut concert previously scheduled for Nintendo Live 2024 TOKYO will be held on February 10.
It'll be posted on Nintendo's official YouTube channel so you can watch at home! pic.twitter.com/JrvfZLYAM5
— Splatoon North America (@SplatoonNA) January 24, 2024
Next up, Deep Cut takes center stage on February 10th. According to Nintendo, the concert will be held live on February 10th and released on YouTube at some point afterward. It’s not entirely clear if the concert will be uploaded on the same day as it’s performed, but I would imagine it should be uploaded soon after.
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