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Buskers making New York/San Francisco/Los Angeles holiday shopping more fun with Wii Music performances

Posted on November 21, 2008 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Wii

MEDIA ALERT: BUSKERS MAKING NEW YORK HOLIDAY SHOPPING MORE FUN WITH WII MUSIC PERFORMANCES

Creative, Wildly Interactive Game To Make Beautiful Music Nov. 22-23

WHAT:
Live musical performances have always been a fun part of the holidays. This year, Nintendo will be making spirits bright by bringing Wii Music to your neighborhood. This weekend, Nov. 22-23 between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Staten Island Mall in Staten Island, NY, holiday shoppers will be able to see first-hand how Wii can be turned into a musical instrument with Wii Music. A family of street musicians will be on hand with Wii Music to demonstrate the 50 different tunes and more than 60 instruments available in the game, from melodic steel drums to soaring trumpets.

To play Wii Music, players simply use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers to make the same motion you would with a real instrument: strum a guitar or pound on the keys of a piano. The game challenges players to transform their improvised notes into great music.

You won’t want to miss these fun-filled demonstrations the entire family can enjoy. To find out where the street performers will be each weekend in November, please visit www.WiiMusic.com.

VISUALS:
• Families of all ages gathering to watch the street musicians perform and enjoying the music
• Busker family (Mother, Father, Child) recreating the myriad of musical movements to recreate 60 different instruments
• Wii Music being played, highlighting the full range of musical instruments and songs in the game

WHEN & WHERE:
Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 22-23, 2008
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Staten Island Mall
2655 Richmond Ave.
Staten Island, NY 10314

MEDIA ALERT: BUSKERS MAKING SAN FRANCISCO HOLIDAY SHOPPING MORE FUN WITH WII MUSIC PERFORMANCES

Creative, Wildly Interactive Game To Make Beautiful Music Nov. 22-23

WHAT:
Live musical performances have always been a fun part of the holidays. This year, Nintendo will be making spirits bright by bringing Wii Music to your neighborhood. This weekend, Nov. 22-23 between 12 and 5 p.m. at Pier 39 in San Francisco, holiday shoppers will be able to see first-hand how Wii can be turned into a musical instrument with Wii Music. A family of street musicians will be on hand with Wii Music to demonstrate the 50 different tunes and more than 60 instruments available in the game, from melodic steel drums to soaring trumpets.

To play Wii Music, players simply use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers to make the same motion you would with a real instrument: strum a guitar or pound on the keys of a piano. The game challenges players to transform their improvised notes into great music.

You won’t want to miss these fun-filled demonstrations the entire family can enjoy. To find out where the street performers will be each weekend in November, please visit www.WiiMusic.com.

VISUALS:
• Families of all ages gathering to watch the street musicians perform and enjoying the music
• Busker family (Mother, Father, Child) recreating the myriad of musical movements to recreate 60 different instruments
• Wii Music being played, highlighting the full range of musical instruments and songs in the game

WHEN & WHERE:
Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 22-23, 2008
12 – 5 p.m.
Pier 39
Beach Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

MEDIA ALERT: BUSKERS MAKING LOS ANGELES HOLIDAY SHOPPING MORE FUN WITH WII MUSIC PERFORMANCES

Creative, Wildly Interactive Game To Make Beautiful Music Nov. 22-23

WHAT:
Live musical performances have always been a fun part of the holidays. This year, Nintendo will be making spirits bright by bringing Wii Music to your neighborhood. This weekend, Nov. 22-23 between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Hollywood and Highland Center in Los Angeles, holiday shoppers will be able to see first-hand how Wii can be turned into a musical instrument with Wii Music. A family of street musicians will be on hand with Wii Music to demonstrate the 50 different tunes and more than 60 instruments available in the game, from melodic steel drums to soaring trumpets.

To play Wii Music, players simply use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers to make the same motion you would with a real instrument: strum a guitar or pound on the keys of a piano. The game challenges players to transform their improvised notes into great music.

You won’t want to miss these fun-filled demonstrations the entire family can enjoy. To find out where the street performers will be each weekend in November, please visit www.WiiMusic.com.

VISUALS:
• Families of all ages gathering to watch the street musicians perform and enjoying the music
• Busker family (Mother, Father, Child) recreating the myriad of musical movements to recreate 60 different instruments
• Wii Music being played, highlighting the full range of musical instruments and songs in the game

WHEN & WHERE:
Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 22-23, 2008
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Hollywood and Highland Center
Hollywood Blvd. and Highland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028

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