With concerts and events working their way back into our lives, HODGETOWN is jumping in on the action.

"Hollywood at HODGETOWN - The Sequel" is coming Saturday, September 25, and it's going to be an awesome event with the Amarillo Symphony.

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Last year, the event was such a huge success that they've decided to bring it back for another go around, and this one promises to be just as incredible.

The performance, conducted by Jacomo Bairos, will have a lot of familiar music for you movie buffs, patriots and classical music fans. Music included will include "American Salute" along with themes from movies such as Jurassic Park, Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark among others.

This performance also holds special meaning for Bairos. He stated "This will also be my final outdoor performance as your conductor for the Amarillo Symphony," so come on out and show Bairos the love he deserves!

The concert has a big finale in store as well. There will be a fireworks finale set to the classic piece Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture and John Philip Sousa's Stars & Stripes Forever.

Music, a stadium and a fireworks show. How can you go wrong? If you missed last years performance, don't miss this one.

Tickets will go on sale Thursday, September 2 and range from $10-20 depending on seat location. If last year was any indication, tickets will go fast, so jump in early to get those perfect seats for the show and fireworks. You'll be able to purchase them at the door as well, but they will be $2 higher and ticket availability is not guaranteed at the door.

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