You Guys, Dallas POPS Orchestra is Playing the Music of Legend of Zelda

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If you missed your opportunity to catch the massive, symphonic rendering of the Legend of Zelda Music, a second chance has just presented itself. Word just came in...breathe, breathe...tickets for the presentation of the Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses with the Dallas POPS Orchestra will go on sale Friday, August 24 at 10 a.m. Because it's awesome, this sucker will sell out fast. Set your timers. The performance itself will be at Annette Strauss Square (where you can bring your own mind-numbing elixir) in the Arts District on October 12.

The Dallas POPS will also be selling their co-presented "definitive Beatles experience," Twist and Shout. That show will be at Annette Strauss Square on October 14.

That said, when do we get the music of Lord of the Rings?

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