80’s fans, I’ve got a fun treat for you! This Friday and Saturday, September 23 and 24th, Goonies never say die!
That’s right, The Goonies in Concert will be held at Abravanel Hall at the Utah Symphony!
What happens when a group of kids come across a map leading to One-Eyed Willy’s pirate treasure? Experience one of the most enchanting films of the ’80s in this cult classic, produced by Steven Spielberg, as the Utah Symphony performs Dave Grusin’s exhilarating score live-to-picture.
This was one of my favorites growing up and one that my kids have loved, as well. Here’s your chance to enjoy the movie on the big screen with the amazing score live. I am so excited to see it!
If that weren’t already cool enough, Corey Feldman will be making a special appearance at the Friday night show. He will be introducing the performance and answering some fan questions. In fact, if you want to ask a question yourself, head over to Utah Symphony’s Facebook page, as he will be pulling questions from there.
All orchestra level tickets are $30 and anyone under the age of 30 gets 50% off–making it the perfect opportunity to share this 80’s classic with your kids!
This is just one event in the Films in Concert Series. Upcoming events include Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 in concert, The Nightmare Before Christmas in concert, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens in concert. This is a fantastic way to introduce younger audiences to the symphony and enjoy a great family night out!
For more details, visit Utah Symphony online.