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Omaha Symphony's "Symphony Spooktacular"

The Omaha Symphony invites kids of all ages to a family-friendly afternoon of spooky music, creative costumes, and interactive activities this Halloween, October 31st, at 2 p.m. at the Holland Performing Arts Center.

 



Omaha Symphony resident conductor Ernest Richardson and orchestra members (many in full costume) will perform favorites from The Lion King, Harry Potter, The Wizard of Oz, The Addams Family, and more! Martial arts students from Dek’s Tae Kwon Do and the Papillion La Vista South show choir Titanium will perform alongside the orchestra, adding energetic choreography that will dazzle both eyes and ears!

Concertgoers are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes and arrive early for our costume contest, judged by Star 104.5’s Arthur & Riell. Other pre-concert lobby activities include an instrument petting zoo and arts and crafts stations. With tickets just $7 for kids, this is an affordable, interactive way to introduce young people to the symphony experience and have Halloween fun as a family!

  • What: SYMPHONY SPOOKTACULAR Fun
  • Sponsor: Oriental Trading
  • When: Sunday, October 31 @ 2 PM
  • Where: Holland Performing Arts Center 1200 Douglas Street
  • Tickets: Kids: $7 Adults: $9.75 402.342.3560
For more information about the Omaha Symphony, visit www.omahasymphony.org.

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