For its 25th anniversary, Bugs Bunny at the Symphony, the record-setting orchestra-and-film concert, is celebrating with a 20-city tour throughout the U.S. and Canada that includes special gala celebrations with the New York Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
“We’re honored to be celebrating 25 years of Bugs Bunny at the Symphony as it continues to entertain generations of fans at landmark venues around the world,” said Karen McTier, Executive Vice President, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, in the announcement. “Music has always been at the heart of the beloved Looney Tunes and we are thrilled to continue to bring music, laughter and artistic inspiration to worldwide audiences in this celebratory tour.”
Through the years, millions of fans have enjoyed Bugs Bunny at the Symphony in venues ranging from the Sydney Opera House to the Hollywood Bowl to Severance Hall to Royal Festival Hall, and with the world’s greatest orchestras, including 20 performances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, ensembles such as the Cleveland and Philadelphia Orchestras, the National Symphony at Wolf Trap, the San Francisco Symphony, the Royal Philharmonic, the Sydney Symphony, the St. Louis and Pittsburgh Symphonies, and more than 150 other major orchestras worldwide.
For more information, visit the concert's official website.