Performance will be rescheduled in the 2021-22 Season.
MORIHIKO NAKAHARA, CONDUCTOR
Star Wars: A New Hope in Concert brings the force to Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox! Watch the first-ever Star Wars film with John Williams’ Academy Award-winning score played live by the Spokane Symphony. This is Star Wars as you’ve never seen (or heard) it!
Since the release of the first Star Wars movie over 40 years ago, the Star Wars saga has had a seismic impact on both cinema and culture, inspiring audiences around the world with its mythic storytelling, captivating characters, groundbreaking special effects and iconic musical scores composed by Williams.
Come early for pre-concert activities in the lobby, including:
The 501st Legion, also known as Vader's First, an international fan-based organization dedicated to the construction and wearing of screen-accurate replicas of Imperial Stormtrooper armor, Sith Lords, Clone Troopers, bounty hunters, and other villains from the Star Wars universe
Other lobby activities include a children's lightsaber building area, hosted by "Dreams are Forever Events"
Jabba's Trophy Room with Han Solo in carboite and more
Backdrops for cool photo opportunites, including the woods of Endor, the Death Star, and Rey's Speeder
Doors open 90 minutes before the concerts. Costumes encouraged!
In Association with 20Th Century Fox, Lucasfilm Ltd. and Warner/Chappell Music
Phone: 509-624-1200 Box Office: Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, 1001 West Sprague Avenue Open Monday noon - 4pm; Tuesday through Friday noon - 2pm.
The box office is currently not accepting in-person transactions.
Current Spokane Symphony season subscribers and ticketholders may keep their existing seats for next season. Keeping the same seats locks in the current subscription price for the next season.
Ticketholders may exchange tickets for “symphony credit,” with an added bonus of 10%, which may be used through the end of the 2021-22 season.
Ticketholders may donate the value of their tickets to the Spokane Symphony and will receive an acknowledgement of the tax-deductible gift.
Refunds are available, but people are encouraged to keep in mind that the coronavirus has put the Spokane Symphony in a dire financial situation.