“Breathe. Just breathe,” starts the trailer for the upcoming and—who are we kidding?—most anticipated move of the year, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, arriving in a galaxy near you December 15th. We all agree that this is not soon enough, but what better way is there to gear up for this next installment of this galactic story of good and evil than reliving the original in the ultimate, live, surround-sound experience that John Williams’ iconic score always deserved?
Just about two months before The Last Jedi hits theaters, we bring you Star Wars: A New Hope, live in concert. And don’t be suspicious, this is a full screening of the film with Williams’ score played live by the Austin Symphony Orchestra. THIS is the music that introduced us to a galaxy in the throes of civil war, a cast of characters we couldn’t live without, and a story line that would last generations. Need we say more? We’ll see you there, October 11th & 12th.
Breath. Just breath. Now, reach out. What do you see? Light. Darkness. The Balance. It’s so much bigger. I only know one truth. It’s time for the Jedi to end.
Transport yourself to the galaxy you can’t live without—Star Wars: A New Hope is live in concert for two nights only, October 11 & 12.
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