On my list of 'All-Time Best Christmas Movies EVER,' Macaulay Culkine's Home Alone ranks in my Top Five. Seriously, I rewatch the film and its sequel every year (sorry, the third one doesn't exist in my book.) So, when I found out I could catch the movie on a giant screen in Cheyenne this month...well, all I could say was, "AHHHHH!"

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Yep, you can relive the fun and mischief of Home Alone with the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra next weekend. But, even cooler than rewatching Home Alone on a big screen is that the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra will accompany the film with LIVE music. So, strap in for mac n' cheese, mischief, and live music.

Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Presents Holiday Spectacular with Home Alone in Concert!

Ready for a day full of Kevin's antics? Here are all the details:

There are two showings of Home Alone for you to check out. The first is December 9 at 7 p.m. If you can't catch the Friday show, there's a second one Saturday, December 10, at 2:30 p.m. You can expect nothing less than the best as the CSO performs some of legendary composer John Williams' (also known for Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Harry Potter,) best holiday music.

Everyone at the orchestra is super pumped to share this phenomenal show with the community. CSO’s Music Director and Conductor, William Intriligator, said in a press release, "This is one of the funniest family Holiday movies, and the music greatly adds to the film – especially the scenes where young Kevin is battling the two
moronic thrives.”

I 100% agree with you, Mr. Intriligator.

Tickets for the show are $12 for students and range from $25-$55 for adults. Click here for more info.

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