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Summer unofficially ends on Labor Day Weekend, so why not celebrate by watching one of the biggest summer blockbusters of all time?

Jurassic Park in Concert brings the movie to life in a whole new way as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs the iconic John Williams score live beneath an HD projection of the film.

Feel the music like never before while experiencing the symphony in a less serious way than usual.

Best of all, the Friday and Saturday night screenings can be accompanied by a pre-showing dinner of pizza, salad and desserts for a complete night out on the town.

Regardless of whether you’re a carnivore or not.

Jurassic Park in Concert
August 31 to September 2

Tickets: $29 to $132
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora Street, Dallas

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