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Must-see Pops performances coming to Symphony Hall

The 2024 season of Boston Pops sets the stage for an unforgettable spring with concerts of varying themes and genres.

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Keith Lockhart conducts the Boston Pops Orchestra at Tanglewood on Parade

Keith Lockhart has conducted the Boston Pops for nearly 30 years.

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This May, the Boston Pops return to Symphony Hall with a lineup of exciting concerts featuring show-stopping performers.

No matter your musical interests or age, this season has something that hits the right note for everyone. Here’s the breakdown:

For the movie lovers

Talk about surround sound. Immerse yourself in feature-length films as the full orchestra performs the score in time to the screening.

  • “Encanto” | May 11 + 18 | Bring the family to enjoy Disney’s Academy Award-winning film in a new way.
  • “Jurrasic Park” | May 24 + 25 | Hear John Williams’ iconic score live-to-picture.

For the history buffs

Travel back in time with the symphony during this musical storytelling experience.

The group of women pose for a picture in Symphony Hall.

Pro tip: Table service for food and drinks is available during concerts.

Photo by Robert Torres

For date night

Get dressed up, dine somewhere new, order a glass of bubbly, and voila — It’s show time.

  • Harry Connick Jr. | May 10 + May 11 | See this multi-talented star perform during the opening weekend of Pops.
  • “One Vision of Queen” | May 15 + 16 | Marc Martel, the voice of Freddie Mercury in the Grammy-winning film “Bohemian Rhapsody,” will perform the iconic anthems of Queen.

For the besties

It will be hard to stay in your seat as you sing and dance along to these fun shows.

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