Watch Legend of Zelda Musical Performance on Stephen Colbert's Late Night Show Tonight
Yet another video game guest for the late night CBS show.
Video games will again show up on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert tonight. As announced previously, the CBS program welcomes Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda Symphony of the Goddesses touring concert for a performance on the show tonight, which airs at 11:35 PM EDT.
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The symphony will perform a preview of a new, never-before-heard arrangement for Nintendo 3DS game The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes during the show. "Highlights" from the game will be shown during the program during the musical performance.
Tonight's episode will also feature actor Elijah Wood as one of the guests. He is perhaps best known for his role as Frodo Baggins in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings trilogy, but he is also a video game voice actor. Most recently, he voiced one of the leading characters in Double Fine's adventure game, Broken Age.
TriForce Heroes launches on October 23, while the Symphony of the Goddesses tour is currently running across the US and Europe. The 2016 leg of the tour, Master Quest, was just announced today. Check out the symphony's complete touring schedule here.
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