‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Concert Coming In 2020

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Image courtesy of Count Basie Center for the Arts, NJSO, and Disney

Continuing the success of their previous “Star Wars In Concert” series, the New Jersey Symphony has announced its new concert tour for next year, which will focus on Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The audience will not only see the film, but also hear John William’s score performed live to accompany the heroes on their new adventures in a galaxy far, far away.

The concert series will begin next April in New Jersey. For tickets and information you can visit the NJ Symphony website. The orchestra has taken their shows on tour before, so keep an eye out for them visiting your city with a new program or with a rendition of their other Star Wars In Concert shows, which include the old trilogy (A New Hope, Return Of The Jedi, The Empire Strikes Back).

Check out NJ Symphony’s announcement trailer below!

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