After a few years away, Star Wars In Concert is returning to concert halls, this time launching in Germany for a 19 date engagement.

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“A long time ago in a far, far away galaxy …” For decades, the greatest science fiction saga of film history worldwide inspired millions of fans of all generations, not least also by the film music of John Williams, which became the most successful soundtracks. Just in time for the 40th anniversary, the powerful space epic is now launching its journey into the concert halls as an audiovisual overall experience.

In “Star Wars: A New Hope”, the galaxy stands after the destruction of the Jedi knights under the cruel rule of the Empire. A rebel group alone, led by Princess Leia, succeeds in stealing the blueprints for the death knights and bringing the empire into turmoil. They planned go to the old Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi, who takes up the fight against the empire with his student Luke Skywalker and the smugglers Han Solo and Chewbacca. An adventure of life and death begins, because Darth Vader is on their way to prevent the destruction of the Death Eater.

The Star Wars saga, elaborated by George Lucas, has revolutionized the film landscape of Hollywood and has never lost its charm. With its mythical story, its captivating characters and the pioneering special effects, the Star Wars saga became an icon of American culture. In the spring, John Williams’ Oscar, Golden Globe and Grammy award-winning music will be on show, while the complete film will be shown on a big screen.

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Mark Newbold
Former Daily Content Manager and Program Director for Jedi News and the podcast network. Co-host RADIO 1138 and Take Cover on the Jedi News Network.

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