Pixar in Concert

Sometimes those who live out west don’t realize how good they have it. Take this concert where, for the first time ever, Pixar will present a compilation of the music and imagery from Pixar’s thirteen feature films, performed by a full symphony orchestra. Of course, its only playing in San Francisco and Hollywood.

Saturday, July 28
Sunday, July 29

Saturday, August 4, 2012, 8:00PM (Weekend Spectaculars)
Sunday, August 5, 2012, 8:00PM (Sunday Sunset Concerts)

Wish I could be there. Anyone out there already have tickets?

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8 Responses to Pixar in Concert

  1. Pixarblog says:

    hey john,
    on friday the 3. August, they are also a concert in The Hollywood Bowl. :) Greetings


  2. Whit says:

    I doubt I can afford to go, but it sure sounds fun. The Hollywood Bowl is an amazing place to see a show.

  3. Gray says:

    I’m going in San Fran, with John Lasseter opening the show. Check out my Twitter for a review / updates: @graymccarty

  4. Peter says:

    The Sydney Symphony Orchestra is also doing this in early November at the Sydney Opera House!

  5. Walt Ribeiro says:

    Pixar in concert is a great idea!

  6. Ana Nunez says:

    We will be at the Hollywood Bowl on Friday, August 3rd to see it. We wouldn’t miss Pixar in Concert for nothing in this world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Plus, Hollywood Bowl is such an awesome venue. We can’t wait!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. dru says:

    Going tomorrow at Hollywood Bowl — can’t wait!

  8. Jenn says:

    Just got home from the first of the Hollywood Bowl shows. It was awesome. John Lasseter gave fun little chats between selections. It must have been a big deal for him cause he wore a suit. Right after the bit from Up you could hear half the audience snifflng. Would not be surprised to find they decide to take the show on the road. They are probably using SF and LA to work out any bugs.

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