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ASO Helps Hollywood Take Flight With Its First Pops Concert


aso 25th anniversary logoAuburn Symphony Orchestra will perform their first-ever Pops concert on Saturday, March 5, 2022 at 7:30 PM at Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center. The program Hollywood Takes Flight is full of familiar music from popular movies with characters that fly. Tickets and information can be found at or by calling the FWPAEC Box Office at 253-835-7010. Ticket prices are $40 general, $32 seniors, and $12 students.

This Saturday evening concert is perfect for the entire family, whether it’s with the kids or as a date night, the experience will be thrilling. The orchestra will perform music from favorite Hollywood film scores including hits by John Williams such as Star Wars, Harry Potter, and E.T. The Extraterrestrial, and music by other composers for films such as Back to the Future, How to Train Your Dragon, and Apollo 13. Hearing this music live on stage will give you a new perspective on the inspiring music you know and love.

night fury from how to train your dragon looks at the camera upside down as they fly

Auburn Symphony Orchestra’s 25th anniversary season brings the community expanded programming like this pops concert. From four live concerts, the offerings have enlarged to include the pops and holiday concerts in addition to four classical concerts. Music Director Wesley Schulz and Executive Director Rachel Perry are always working to broaden the symphony’s repertoire to include music from a more inclusive set of composers as well as programming that will attract a more diverse audience. Live music can stir your imagination and spark the full range of human emotions. Attend a concert and see what the music will spark in you.

ASO is committed to creating a safe and healthy environment to enjoy live performances again. To that end, proof of vaccination OR a negative COVID-19 test with proof of identity are required for entry, as well as masks at all times except when actively eating or drinking. For more details visit the Health & Safety page at

The above is a press release from the Auburn Symphony Orchestra. 

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