Rejoice, Batman ’89 fans. Tim Burton’s legendary DC blockbuster is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a Global Concert Tour featuring Danny Elfman’s unforgettable soundtrack!
Tim Burton’s iconic BATMAN ’89 is getting the concert treatment. Following on from the success of The Batman in concert, the DC Films in Concert tour is now turning its attention to DC’s 1989 classic. And just in time to celebrate its 25th Anniversary, the movie will screen across the globe with an incredible live performance of Danny Elfman’s unforgettable soundtrack.
The tour will kick off in Los Angeles on January 13 before reaching the UK in May. UK fans can look forward to enjoying the film alongside an orchestra playing Danny Elfman’s glorious score on May 26 at Barbican Hall in London. What’s more, tickets will be going on sale next week. Check out the full list of tour dates below.
This is wonderful news. Danny Elfman’s iconic score is a pillar of the DC Universe only rivaled by John Williams’ score for Superman: The Movie. So fans of Tim Burton’s original Batman adventure will be eating extremely well next year. And the opportunity to hear the Batman theme live and in concert is too good to pass up. For years Jack Nicholson’s Joker has been asking “Where does he get those wonderful toys.” And now, we can hear the answer live and in concert!
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