Atlanta Freedom Bands Present "Hooray For Y'allywood!"

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Atlanta Freedom Bands Present "Hooray For Y'allywood!"
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Musicians from eight states will join Atlanta Freedom Bands for an "epic" concert of music from the cinema. The concert program includes music from a number of Oscar-winning and -nominated composers and film scores. The program also includes music from productions filmed right here in Atlanta, or "Y'allywood!" And, everyone's favorite radioactive dinosaur will also make an appearance. The concert will be an audio-visual experience with projections that accompany the music.

Audience cosplay is highly encouraged! Pick your favorite movie from the program below and dress the part!

The concert is presented as the first Southeastern Regional LGBT Band event, uniting musicians from Texas to Florida to D.C. from the Lesbian and Gay Band Association. AFB is proud to bring all these musicians together to provide an epic sound for this great music!

The concert takes place in the Georgia Ballroom of the Crowne Plaza Atlanta Midtown Hotel. The hotel is just half a block from the North Avenue MARTA Station. The hotel has a parking deck with an entrance at Spring and Linden Streets with a covered walkway to the lobby.

Concert tickets are $15 for general admission, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students. We only have 400 seats available, so be sure to purchase in advance to ensure your place in the ballroom.

The concert program includes:
"Tara's Theme" from "Gone with the Wind" by Max Steiner
"Hollywood Milestones" featuring themes from Forrest Gump, Jaws, E.T., Apollo 13, Star Trek, Back to the Future, Chariots of Fire and more!
"Captain America March" by Alan Silvestri
"Selections from The Hunger Games" by James Newton Howard
"Star Wars - The Marches" by John Williams
"Italian Rhapsody" by Julie Giroux, featuring several operatic themes that have been used in a number of movies
"Mancini!", a medley of his music from The Pink Panther, Hatari!, Peter Gunn, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Dreamsville
"Godzilla Eats Las Vegas" by Eric Whitacre
"Mambo!" From West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein
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By: Atlanta Freedom Bands

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