If you’re a Legend of Zelda fan (like I am), you’ll be happy to know that Nintendo is bringing a full pre-recorded performance of  The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Concert online to the official YouTube channel on February 9. What an epic event this will be!

As per the official website, viewers tuning into the concert can expect a musical journey spanning from the original NES Zelda to Tears of the Kingdom, all masterfully performed by a full orchestra. The video has a runtime of approximately 30 minutes, scheduled to commence at 8:00 AM Eastern Time.

Originally slated for the Nintendo Live 2024 TOKYO event, the concert faced cancellation due to unspecified threats. The event, initially scheduled for January 20 and 21 at Tokyo Big Sight, had to be called off after Nintendo staff and attendees received "aggressive" threats. This led to the postponement of the national and world championships for Splatoon 3 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Apart from the musical performances, the Nintendo Live 2024 TOKYO event aimed to showcase Nintendo's latest games.

The rescheduled plans aren't exclusive to The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Concert only. The Splatoon 3 Deep Cut concert, originally slated for Nintendo Live 2024 TOKYO, also has a new schedule. It is set to stream on Nintendo's YouTube channel on February 10. That's right – two consecutive days of Nintendo concerts on YouTube! February is already shaping up to be a very exciting month and I’m all for it.