A supernatural smash hit unfolds on stage with the SF Symphony - Sponsored

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By Sponsored - Published on November 18, 2019.

Comedy, action, and gobs of ghouls, ghosties, and beasties — plus an unforgettably cool theme song. With the hilarious Bill Murray at the helm, the original "Ghostbusters" is just as entertaining today as it was back in the '80s. Can it get any better? Yes, it can.

Experience the magic of this megahit like never before, as the San Francisco Symphony performs the score LIVE while the action unfolds on the big screen. With a star-studded cast and special effects (Slimer! Marshmallow Man!) that are still spectacular 35 years later, this is a must-see cinematic treat for all ages.

On Nov. 29-30, experience this paranormal classic in a whole new way at Davies Symphony Hall. And no matter "who ya gonna call" to join the fun, you'll want to act fast to snag seats!


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