If you don't know by now, Symphony of the Goddesses is a concert that devotes itself to the music of the Zelda franchise with the use of a live orchestra. They play everything from A Link to the Past to Twilight Princess while having a projector play footage from the different games.
The concert is touring North America, and it just so happens that during E3, they will be playing in Los Angeles by the convention center. E3 will be taking place between June 5-7, and this fan-boy concert will be on the 6th at 8 p.m. at the Greek Theater.
Of course, it is not super-close to the E3 convention, but if you're a fan-boy of the Zelda series, then you should probably look into how to get there. They have already done some shows with positive feedback and I am going to post a video below so you know what you are in store for.
They are saying that this is a "once in a lifetime" event, but I don't think they are serious about it. I mean, you shouldn't miss it, just don't think it's the end of the world if you can't get a ticket, there will be more.
You can visit the Symphony of Goddesses webpage to buy tickets and see the other locations that the concert will get to. Other than that, there isn't much on their site at the moment.
So, I put you in the know and now you can make the informed decision on whether or not you want to see this. I am pretty sure the concert will leave quite an impression.
Will you visit the Symphony of the Goddesses during E3 or will you go when it's in another state?