The Wind Waker Baton Now On Sale As Zelda Concert Tour Adds New Dates

You now have chance to wield The Wind Waker, which was the magical conductor’s baton that the King of Red Lions entrusted Link with in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.

Jason Michael Paul Productions have made the item – that had once allowed Link to control the direction of the wind – available on the Zelda Symphony shop, where they can pre-order it for $40.

“The Wind Waker Baton is one of the most magical tools we have in our arsenal at Zelda Symphony and it helps elevate our performance at each show,” comments Jason Michael Paul, president at Jason Michael Paul Productions. “I’m glad that fans can now take home and experience a piece of this musical Zelda magic for themselves, and can’t wait to see what they create with this powerful baton.”

New dates for The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quest concert tour have also been announced, which are as follows:

  • Denver, CO, Boettcher Concert Hall; 14th July 2016
  • San Diego, CA, Copley Symphony Hall; 22nd July 2016
  • Orlando, FL, Walt Disney Theater; 6th August 2016
  • San Francisco, CA, Davies Symphony Hall; 21st August 2016
  • Atlanta, GA, Cobb PAC; 10th September 2016
  • Seattle, WA, Benaroya Hall; 14th September 2016
  • Portland, OR, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall; 17th September 2016
  • Edmonton, CA, Northern Jubilee; 21st September 2016
  • Calgary, CA, Jack Singer Concert Hall; 22nd September 2016
  • Vancouver, CA, Queen Elizabeth Theatre; 23rd September 2016
  • Philadelphia, PA, Mann Center PAC; 25th September 2016
  • Amsterdam, ML, Heineken Music Hall; 29th September 2016
  • Milan, IT, Teatro degli Acromboldi; 30th September 2016
  • Zurich, CH, Hallenstadion; 1st October 2016
  • Stuttgart, DE, Porsche Arena; 2nd October 2016
  • Vienna, AT, Stadthalle; 5th October 2016
  • Geneva, CH, Geneva Arena; 7th October 2016
  • Paris, FR, Palais Des Congres; 8th October 2016
  • Birmingham, UK, Symphony Hall; 9th October 2016
  • Antwerp, BE, Stadsschouwburg Antwerp, 12th October 2016
  • Manchester, UK, Bridgewater Hall; 13th October 2016
  • Lisbon, PT, Coliseu de Lisboa; 14th October 2016
  • Essen, DE, Grughalle; 15th October 2016
  • Stockholm, SE, Ericcson Globe; 19th October 2016
  • Glasgow, UK, Royal Concert Hall; 20th October 2016
  • Berlin, DE, Tempodrom; 21st October 2016
  • Warsaw, PL, Filharmonioa Narodowa; 22nd October 2016
  • Prague, CZ, Dvorak Concert Hall; 23rd October 2016
  • Barcelona, ES, Auditori Forum; 28th October 2016
  • Madrid, ES, Palacio Vistalegre; 29th October 2016
  • Bilbao, ES, Palacio Euskalduna; 30th October 2016
  • Washington D.C., Warner Theater; 5th November 2016
  • Louisville, KY, The Whitney; 10th November 2016
  • Rochester, NY, Kodak Hall; 11th November 2016
  • Chicago, IL, Auditorium Theater; 12th November 2016
  • Newark, NJ, NJPAC; 13th November 2016
  • Charleston, SC, NCPAC; 17th November 2016
  • Houston, TX, Revention Center; 18th November 2016
  • Milwaukee, WI, Riverside Theater; 19th November 2016
  • Fresno, CA, William Saroyan Theater; 20th November 2016
  • Phoenix, AZ, Phoenix Symphony Hall; 21st November 2016
  • Salt Lake City, UT, Abravenal Hall; 4th December 2016
  • Fort Worth, TX, Bass Performance Hall; 7th January 2017
  • Honolulu, HI, Neil Blaisdell Center; 13th January 2017
  • Oklahoma City, OK, Civic Center Music Hall; 21st January 2017
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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

1 Comment

  1. It’s a white stick. A gawking $40 white stick. Whoever came up with that idea must be out of their goddam mind.

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