Arkansas Symphony Orchestra Presents ‘Back To The Future’ in Concert
You don't have to have a DeLorean and a flux capacitor to take a 2 hour drive East to Little Rock, Ark., but it would be a lot faster. Talking of course of the DeLorean Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) drove in the movie Back To The Future. How about driving to Little Rock for a very special show?
The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Philip Mann, Music Director and Conductor, presents the fourth and final concert of the 2016-2017 Acxiom "Pops Live" season with Back To The Future In Concert, Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 14, at 3PM at the newly-renovated Robinson Center, according to a press release.
Now, fans old and new will experience Back to the Future like never before – on a big hi-def screen with a full symphony orchestra performing Alan Silverstri’s musical score live in sync with the movie. Audiences will also be in for an exclusive treat: approximately twenty minutes of brand-new music added by award-winning composer Silvestri to the film's score especially for these unique live orchestra presentations.
This presentation of Back To The Future In Concert is sponsored by Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
Tickets are $14, $39, $55, and $67 and active duty military and student tickets are $10. All Arkansas grades K-12 will be admitted to Sunday's matinee for free with the purchase of an adult ticket using the Entergy Kids Ticket. To purchase tickets for this incredible show go to their website or call 501-666-1761 ext. 100.
Let's travel back in time.