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Pixar in Concert

 From the movie production that brought us the well-loves classic animated films Toy Story and Finding Nemo, comes another sure fire musical hit. This time, not on the big screen, but on the halls of Davies Symphony Hall. Performing live, the songs from the hits like Ratatouille, Monsters University and Up that brought us back to our childhood and tickled our wildest imagination is the San Francisco Symphony. Pixar in Concert is both a visual and a musical treat all in one concert stage. It projects excerpts from our favorite Pixar film while they play the songs from the movies. Hosting the event on the 15th of July is the co-director of the 2015 hit Inside Out, Ronnie Del Carmen. Bob Peterson, writer of Cars 3 will be hosting the next day's event. Joining the San Francisco Symphony is the conductor Christian Reif. This has got to be the concert we've all been waiting for. Experience live musical extravaganza from the movie outfit that brought us a number of memorable and timeless movies. Head on to Davies Symphony Hall at 201 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco CA on July 15 and 16, 2017 as Pixar and San Francisco Symphony make us all feel how it is to be a child again. For inquiries and ticket reservations, call (415) 864-6000. Check their website for seat availability at www.sfsymphony.org. 
 
Tips
 
1.      Bring your kids with you, but remember, this event is also fun for all ages.   
2.      Kids can watch at 50% off ticket price. 
3.      Expect the place to be crowded, be there hours before the start of the show. 
4.      Make early ticket reservations as tickets are selling like hotcakes. 
 
Missing out the first part of the concert is unforgivable; you might miss half of the fun. What about checking in at San Francisco Inn a day prior the concert to guarantee your early entry at the venue? San Francisco Inn is just a 7-min drive to Davies Symphony Hall via Van Ness Ave.