By Jack Rico
Can you believe it has been 30 years since Robert Zemeckis’ time travel movie, Back to the Future, was released in theaters? Now, in celebration, event producers are doing a series of ‘Back To The Future Concerts’ with a live orchestra to commemorate the moment. It now comes to Radio City Music Hall this October 15 and 16 for its only New York-area performances this year.
The performance has already been enjoyed by more than 50,000 fans since its May 2015 premiere in Switzerland!
The iconic film will be presented on the big screen with David Newman conducting the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, performing Alan Silvestri’s electrifying score LIVE, in sync with the original picture! Plus, enjoy 20 minutes of new music that Silvestri added for this live concert production.
A limited number of VIP premium tickets are available for these concerts, which include prime seats, plus attendance at an exclusive post-concert meet and greet and autograph signing event with Back to the Future writer/producer Bob Gale and composer Alan Silvestri. VIP ticket holders will each receive a complimentary autographed page of sheet music from the Back to the Future conductor’s score, suitable for framing!
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