Your Guide to STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE IN CONCERT
YOUR GUIDE TO STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE IN CONCERT
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE IN CONCERT
STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE IN CONCERT
SATURDAY, MAY 18TH
Singletary Center for the Arts
405 Rose St, Lexington, KY 40508
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
6:00 PM - Activities in the Lobby!
7:30 PM - FILM WITH LIVE SCORE (presented with intermission)
10:00 PM - Post-Concert Celebration Honoring Maestro Scott Terrell
Next Saturday’s presentation of STAR WARS is SOLD OUT!
Whether you’re joining our audience for the first time, or have been a subscriber for many years, below are some pro-tips to make the most of your concert experience!
PRO TIP 1: Arrive early!
The fun starts at 6:00 PM, and the concert begins at 7:30 PM sharp.
THIS CONCERT IS SOLD OUT.
There is a waitlist of over 100 people for tickets.
If you will not be able to join us next Saturday night, PLEASE call the LexPhil Box Office at 859.233.4226 or email email@example.com, so we can make sure as many people can experience this incredible night as possible!
PRO TIP 2: Check out Inside the Score!
Dive in to the music before the concert with Maestro Scott Terrell!
PRE-CONCERT TALK AT 6:45 PM in the RECITAL HALL
Arrive early for Inside the Score! Maestro Terrell leads an engaging mini-lecture about the music of Star Wars before the concert.
Need assistance? Look for the signs directing you to the Recital Hall, or ask an usher! They will be glad to show you to the Recital Hall.
Inside the Score Partner: Tempur Sealy
PRO TIP 3: Make your parking plan!
Parking at the Singletary Center for the Arts
PARKING ALERT — This is a SOLD OUT concert. While campus has let out for the summer, a sold out crowd means you should give yourself plenty of time to park! Please consider utilizing Uber or Lyft, to make your arrival and departure as stress-free as possible! The concert begins promptly at 7:30 PM, and late seating is limited.
YOUR PARKING OPTIONS:
$10 VALET PARKING:
The Lexington Philharmonic offers valet parking for $10 per car at the Rose Street circle drive entrance to the Singletary Center. Valet can be very popular immediately before and after the concert. Please plan accordingly!
TAKE AN UBER OR LYFT:
Let someone else drive! Take an Uber or Lyft to the concert, and skip the hassle of driving all together. If you don't have an Uber or Lyft account, you will need to download one of these ride sharing apps to your phone.
STUDENT CENTER LOT:
Paid parking is available at the new Bill Gatton Student Center. Visitors are required to pre-pay for their parking at any of three parking pay stations located along the west side of the lot. Parking is $2 per hour, and is not monitored after 7:30 PM unless otherwise posted.
E LOTS AVAILABLE AFTER 3:30 PM:
Multiple E lots are available for public parking after 3:30 PM. Access the lots behind Memorial Coliseum and beside Wildcat Lodge via College View, off of Rose Street. Other E lots available off Linden Walk.
Parking is available after 5:00 PM at Parking Structure #5, located at South Limestone and Avenue of Champions. Enter from Limestone by turning Left.
NOTE: The Hilary J. Boone Center is hosting a wedding event on May 18. There will be no buffet dinner, or concert parking available at the Hilary J. Boone Center.
PRO TIP 4: Feel free to geek out!
Sometimes, people ask us what they should wear to a LexPhil concert.
We always say, wear whatever makes you feel comfortable!
For this concert especially, we are looking forward to seeing your favorite Star Wars t-shirts, costumes, and fan-wear!
PRO TIP 5: Enjoy cake at the post-concert celebration!
Have Tickets? You're Invited to A Decade to Celebrate!
Post-Concert Celebration Honoring Lexington Philharmonic
Music Director & Conductor Scott Terrell
Following the concert, join us in the West Lobby and President's Room for cake and a celebration of Music Director & Conductor, Scott Terrell!
All ticket holders are invited to attend!
Thank you, Maestro Terrell!
We're inviting all to share their favorite memory,
or a message of thanks to Maestro Terrell!
Click here to email your story!