(Courtesy of SF Symphony)

Have a close encounter of the third kind at SF Symphony


We are not alone.

Starring the incomparable Richard Dreyfuss (Jaws) as a UFO-obsessed electrician, and a legendary five-note musical greeting, this spectacular sci-fi masterpiece is one of the great movie-going experiences of our time—and that's without a full symphony orchestra performing the score live. Get ready for your mind to be blown.

Featuring John Williams' iconic, two-time Grammy Award–winning score (Best Original Film Score, Best Instrumental Composition), and Academy Award–winning visual effects that have dazzled audiences since 1977, don't miss the chance to experience the exhilaration of this epic like never before when the San Francisco Symphony performs the score live with the film on the big screen.

// March 1-2 at Davies Symphony Hall (Civic Center); tickets are available at sfsymphony.org.

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