Tickets for the Zelda's 25th anniversary concert to be given away.

Nintendo will be giving Zelda fans an oppotunity to win tickets to London's Zelda Symphony tour through its Club Nintendo program.
"UK Club Nintendo members will soon be able to receive information regarding a special chance to win free tickets to the London performance," Nintendo revealed to Eurogamer today. "More details on this will be released soon."
The London concert, which celebrates Zelda's 25th anniversary, will be the only opportunity to see the orchestra perform in Europe.
Tickets, which went on sale earlier in the week, start at 38.50. The most expensive seats cost as much as 110.50, but do include the chance to meet the musicians after the show.
Club Nintendo members were originally entitled to a 15 per cent discount on concert tickets, but the code needed for the offer was exclusive to US Club Nintendo members. This error has been amended now, Nintendo has stated.
The concert takes place at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo on Tuesday October 25. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster.
As well as the live performance and a 3D remake of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Nintendo has set up a website celebrating the series' 25th year. In addition to this, Nintendo is giving fans the opportunity to make their own Zelda animations in a competition that takes advantage of Flipnote Studio, which is available for Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL.