Danny Elfman’s Unforgettable Batman Music Returns to Live Concert Series
As Batman Day approaches, this week, so does the film’s anniversary. Batman which in 1989 was directed by Tim Burton and starred Michael Keaton. In particular, 2024 marks the 35th anniversary of what is for many the best detective film adaptation created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, something that DC Comics and Warner Bros. will undoubtedly take advantage of. , which recently announced that the comic Batman 89 (set in that universe) has a sequel.
In this way and on the occasion of that celebration, a series of concerts was announced in which the score of Danny Elfman will live again through symphony halls throughout the United States and beyond. And, logically, while the music surrounds everything, the film will be shown on the big screen, thus making the experience as real as possible.
Concerts in the United States of America and two stops in Europe
This long-awaited anniversary concert tour will begin in Los Angeles on January 13 next year, and will later tour several other cities in the country and two more in Europe. The list is as follows: Washington, Tampa, Jacksonville, San Antonio, Atlanta, Conway, Flint, Newmark, Orlando, Portland and Kansas, with Paris and London added as the only European stops planned. For now, the organization says there will be other stops to be announced later.
Each concert will be one night only. A unique opportunity to enjoy the magic of Danny Elfman and Tim Burton, something that ensures that the public comes with enthusiasm and it is possible to sell each of the performances. Information about this tribute and ticket sales is available through DCFilmsinConcert.com