Greetings, everybody, and welcome to the start of another week. We are currently working hard behind the scenes, securing guests for next year's show. As it stands, we have more than sixty (60) creator guests confirmed at this time, and you should start seeing those announcements coming out shortly.
In an effort to prevent everyone's brains from melting (including my own), we'll be foregoing one huge announcement (remember Valentine's Day weekend this year) in favor of dropping names over a decent period of time.
In the meantime, we'd like to hear from you. We'll be starting a new page on our site that will feature testimonials from both creators and attendees. Did you have a good time at this year's show? We'd love to hear about it. If possible, boil your feelings down to one or two sentences and send them to us through any one of our many social media outlets.
Bear in mind that we will attach your name to your quote, because as we all know, QUOTES WITHOUT ATTRIBUTION GENERALLY INDICATE SARCASM.
Here's something else you might be interested in:
On March 26th, the "The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses" World Tour will be making a stop at the Kansas City Music Hall. The concert features music from the Legend of Zelda video game series, performed by a 90-piece orchestra and choir while gameplay footage is shown on a giant screen.
The following clip is from a recent appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Here is a second clip from a Tokyo concert, along with an interview with Eiji Aonuma (producer of The Legend of Zelda series) and Koji Kondo (composer of The Legend of Zelda series).
Stay tuned for additional information on how you can get tickets for this incredible experience.
As always, questions and comments can go in the box below, or you can send them to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.