The Northwest Indiana Symphony is changing its format to make their concerts more family friendly and fun for kids. The concerts are scheduled for Thursday, and Friday, October 25th & 27th at Living Hope Church In Merrillville, Indiana.
The music is comprised of some songs the kids may know and others they might not be familiar with, but there’s plenty of exciting and fun visuals to delight and hold their attention.
The Symphony would like to ensure patrons that the concerts are not “TOO Kiddie.” They play a mix of light but well-known classical pieces and modern movie music that everyone can enjoy.
Although costumes are encouraged you do not have to wear one. Maestro and the musicians will all be in costume, and the audience can dress up as well, but certainly don’t have to. If you do wear a costume, make sure it is family friendly, comfortable to sit in, and make sure the headpiece is removable.
There will be a costume contest for the audience costumes, but it is strictly voluntary. It you want to participate you can visit the table in the lobby to have your costume judged. Winners will be announced in the second half of the concert.
Last but not least, the concert is not scary, (although some might be scared by Kirk’s Costume) The program is more of a fantasy and otherworldly vibe instead of scary.
Student tickets are just $10, and adult tickets at $40. Tickets available at the door. For Tickets Click here.
Or Call 219-836-0525.