See “Home Alone” at the Walt Disney Concert Hall with a Live Orchestra and the Angeles Chorale Dec. 20-22

Time to bring out your best Christmas sweater you filthy animals! Because for three nights you’ll have the chance to see the holiday classic and iconic score from John Williams performed for “Home Alone” in concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. It all starts on Tuesday, Dec. 20, and runs for two more nights on Wednesday, Dec. 21, and Thursday, Dec. 22. The show begins promptly at 8 PM each night but you should absolutely get there early for preshow activities! Tickets are still available but selling fast for all three nights, with prices ranging from $94 for Terrace seats to $192 for Front Orchestra.

Stay tuned for a ticket giveaway taking place on the Grimy Goods Instagram on Monday, Dec. 12.

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From director Chris Columbus and starring an unforgettable cast that includes Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, and Catherine O’Hara — “Home Alone” is one of those films that warm the hearts (and induces side-splitting laughter) of many a family around this time of year. And what better way is there to celebrate and enjoy the film than with a full orchestra and choir to bring it all to life?

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Spend a December evening in Los Angeles with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and Angeles Chorale as they’re led by conductor David Newman in recreating this seminal 90’s comedy. And as if that wasn’t enough there will also be an Ugly Sweater contest and “Home Alone” trivia hosted by Scum and Villainy Cantina to really get you in the Christmas spirit! It’s also important to keep in mind that though the event is family-friendly, children under two years old are not admitted.

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Get your tickets now for “Home Alone” in concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall here. Head to the LA Phil website for more information and to see what other events they have planned this holiday season. And keep an eye out for these upcoming shows: New Year’s Eve with The Roots (two nights), Yuja Wang & Dudamel (eight nights), and Ziggy Marley (two nights).

Words by Steven Ward

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