Hollywood Bowl will host 25th Anniversary Concerts of The Nightmare Before Christmas

25th Anniversary Concerts of Nightmare Before Christmas

Two performances will take place led by Danny Elfman, cast members, and guest artists will participate in the 25th-anniversary celebration of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas at the Hollywood Bowl. All Ticketmaster outlets will open sale window for tickets on Saturday, September 8th, 2018 and a special American Express presale will be started on September 5th, 2018.

The live-to-picture screening and concerts are scheduled for October 26th and 27th 2018. It will be produced by Tim Fox and Alison Ahart Williams, Laura Engel and Richard Kraft, and Live Nation/ Andrew Hewitt & Bill Silva presents, in participation with Disney Concerts. The concert will be led by the founding Director of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, John Mauceri. Elfman will re-present his iconic role of Jack Skellington with Sally (Catherine O’Hara), and Oogie Boogie (Ken Page). They are selected to participate in a presentation and it includes living scenery projected onto the show of the Bowl. Engel and Kraft will present an entirely fascinating digital visual.

Point to be noted that the 1993 movie “James and the Giant Peach” was directed by Henry Selick, and it was based on a story and characters by Tim Burton. The Bowl concert invites audience members to contribute in a costume contest, the yearly favorite of Halloween and Christmas. It is important that Tim Burton-inspired consumes will be exhilarated. It will present an experience of a Halloween Town, including trick-or-treating stations and photo opportunities.


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