In Case You Forgot, the Omaha Symphony is a Must-See

January 17, 2019

The concert of the season is happening Friday, February 8 when alt-rock giants Guster take the stage at the Holland Center.

But this isn’t a regular old show for the four-piece from Boston. This stop on their Look Alive World Tour of Most of America & Parts of Southern Canada features backing from the one-and-only Omaha Symphony.

If you haven’t been to an Omaha Symphony concert, you’re in for a real dang treat. Ranging from rock ‘n’ roll collaborations (Women Rock) to throwback film scores (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and Star Wars: A New Hope), plus the more traditional stuff like Bach and Brahms, a visit to the Omaha Symphony is highly recommended for any respectable music fan. Maha has been partnering up since 2017 to bring the likes of Ben Folds and Wyclef Jean to the Symphony stage for this very reason: to create experiences that stand out.

So take a listen at Guster’s brand new album, reserve your seats for the show starting at $29, and get ready for some serious goosebumps that only the crescendo of a full orchestra firing on all cylinders can give you. Disclaimer: it’s perfectly OK to shed tears from all the awesomeness.

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Guster with the Omaha Symphony
Friday, February 8, 2019, 8 p.m.
Holland Center for Performing Arts

Also featuring:
7:15 p.m.: Andrew Bailie (Omaha singer-songwriter) at Holland Center
10:00 p.m.: After-party featuring OJAI (Omaha indie rock) at Harney Street Tavern (21+, free) RSVP