Friday, October 19, 2012

The Zelda Symphony

"The Legend of Zelda™: Symphony of the Goddesses is the first ever video game themed concert to feature a complete 4-movement symphony."

After weeks of putting my costume together, I finally was able to show it off! My parents and I ventured to downtown Dallas early to find a good parking spot for the symphony. The line was already pretty long so we jumped right in. A few people started asking for my photo, but it wasn't until we were inside that the crowds really grew! It was fun meeting other fans and giving little girls hugs. I felt like a Disney Princess at Disney World. The music itself was amazing and gave me chills. I especially loved the Ocarina of Time segment and any time they showed Link and Epona. There wasn't much Skyward Sword shown, but we saw my outfit once or twice. If you ever get a chance to see this show please do!! Even non-Zelda fans are sure to enjoy the enchanting atmosphere :)

I'll be wearing this costume on Saturday (tomorrow) to the Dallas Fan Days.

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Yikes! Scary before pic but it shows my make up! Hehe

I did some contouring on my nose to make it more elf-like.


With the Pixinator


They wouldn't let me bring my harp in! They said it was considered a weapon?! So my dad had to take it back to the car :(

Not many others were dressed up so the few of us that were were a hit!











Feeling famous

His shirt was so cool!

I am pretty positive this was Ann Ward - the winner of cycle 15 of America's Next Top Model. I was too nervous to ask.. I wish I had, tho! She was my favorite!




1 comment:

  1. That's an amazing costume! You must have worked really hard on it, and it looks great!

    I saw Symphony of the Goddesses earlier this year. I loved hearing all the wonderful Zelda music. The Skyward Sword logo with the sun rays that they had up before the concert (you got a picture of it) was really awesome looking. I love that you got a picture of the dancing Goron too.

    Glad you had fun!

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