For decades, many have turned to National Geographic to learn about the world around them.
Through dynamic storytelling and spectacular photography, the magazine has been on the precipice of this fascinating place called Earth. Now, the legendary magazine will bring their story to life with the National Geographic: Symphony for Our World tour, a live show that will be unlike any other anyone has ever seen.
To bring the story of the world to life, the magazine will pair up with Bleeding Fingers Music, an Emmy and BAFTA-nominated symphony lead by Austin Fray and Andre Christie. The music will go hand-and-hand with National Geographic’s wonderful photography, with pictures ranging from the underwater tropical landscape of the Great Barrier Reef to the natural wonder of the Grand Canyon.
For the past 130 years, National Geographic has been on the frontlines of telling the serene stories of the world. From telling the divine story of how residents of Orlando cope with the touristic sprawl to the lost tribe of the Amazon, the magazine has been the number one source for seeing how humanity interacts with the world.
So, the live show is not so much of showcasing the magazine’s vast collection of photos, but more of a celebration for what National Geographic has done in the name of humanity, which makes this a show that no one should miss out on.
April 22 -- San Francisco, CA -- Davies Symphony Hall
May 19 -- Minneapolis, MN -- Orpheum Theater
May 28 -- Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico -- Arena Monterrey
May 30 -- Mexico City, DF, Mexico -- Auditorio Nacional
May 31 -- Guadalajara, Mexico -- Teatro Diana
June 9 -- Singapore -- MBS Grand Theatre
July 28 -- Austin, TX -- Long Center
Aug. 26 -- Brisbane, Australia -- BCEC
Aug. 31 -- Sydney, Australia -- ICC Sydney Theatre
Sept. 2 -- Melbourne, Australia -- Hamer Hall
Oct. 6 -- Boston, MA -- Symphony Hall
Oct. 19 -- Denver, CO -- Buell Theatre (Click here for tickets)
Oct. 25 -- Atlanta, GA -- Cobb Energy PAC
Oct. 27 -- Los Angeles, CA -- Dolby Theatre
Nov. 17 -- Chicago, IL -- Auditorium Theatre
Nov. 23 -- Montreal, QC -- Place des Arts
Nov. 24 -- Toronto, ON -- Sony Centre
Nov. 30 -- Vancouver, BC -- Orpheum Theatre
Dec. 1 -- Seattle, WA -- Paramount Theatre
Dec. 8 -- San Jose, CA -- City National Civic
Dec. 28 -- San Diego, CA -- San Diego Civic Theatre
Dec. 29 -- Salt Lake City, UT -- Abravanel Hall