Sa.: 10am - 2pm
Star Wars in concert
"Once upon a time a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away..." For decades, the greatest science fiction saga in film history has thrilled millions of fans of all generations worldwide, not least through the film music of John Williams, which is one of the most successful soundtracks in cinema history. Just in time for its 40th anniversary, the mighty space epic will now start its journey into the concert halls as an audiovisual overall experience.
At the beginning of "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi", the universe faces the abyss. Luke was seriously injured in the fight with Darth Vader and lost his hand, Han Solo stands frozen as bizarre decoration in the palace of Jabba the Hutt and Leia is held as Jabba's slave.
Luke sets off for the Dagobah system after his defeat to complete his Jedi Knight training with Master Yoda. Meanwhile, the rebels gather to plan an attack on the new Death Star.
The Star Wars saga, thought out in detail by George Lucas, has revolutionized Hollywood's film landscape and has lost none of its charm to this day. With its mythical story, captivating characters and groundbreaking special effects, the Star Wars saga has become an icon of American culture.