The Bat Signal has been lit! Symphonic Batman concert will take place in San Diego

The movie Batman (1989) will be screened alongside a symphonic orchestra to celebrate its 35th anniversary

The 35th anniversary of Batman (1989) from Warner Bros. is almost here and San Diego will have a symphonic orchestra that will delight fans of this DC Comics film with the Dark Knight's iconic movie soundtrack.

The Batman (1989) film will be screened while the orchestra will be led by James Olmstead. This great event will take place at the San Diego Civic Theater on Friday, July 26 at 8 PM and attendants are encouraged to wear costumes if they wish. Ticket prices will range from $45 dollars to $110 dollars.

It should be noted that this show will be for all ages. However, it is parents' responsibility if they wish to bring children who are 13 years old or younger, as there are some scenes that could be considered inappropriate.

Tickets went on sale in November 2023. Despite this, there is still a chance for you to get your tickets at an affordable price! If you like music and Batman, this is the event that you must see in the summer of 2024.

Batman (1989) anniversary

This superhero movie based on Batman was directed by Tim Burton and stars Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, and Kim Basinger. The success of this film spawned three sequels: Batman Returns (1992), Batman Forever (1995), and Batman & Robin (1997), the last two directed by Joel Schumacher.

In 2005, Batman Begins, directed by Christopher Nolan, rebooted the franchise.

VIDEO: The Batman Trailer


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