Concert features classical music and classic animation with Looney Tunes shorts playing on the giant screen with original scores played live.

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August 25, 2023

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Bugs Bunny At The Symphony, Photo Courtesy Conjunto Santander de Artes Escénica
"Bugs Bunny At The Symphony"Photo Courtesy Conjunto Santander de Artes Escénica

Following a sold-out engagement last February at Guadalajara’s Conjunto Santander de Artes Escénica, “Bugs Bunny At The Symphony” is returning to Mexico with a four-city tour this fall, playing Mexico City, Puebla, Monterrey and a return to Guadalajara.

Presented by FR Producciones, Conjunto Santander de Artes Escénica and Representaciones Árinder, S.C., in conjunction with Industrial FX Productions and Warner Bros. Discovery Global Themed Entertainment, the concert plays in Puebla on Sunday, Oct. 22 at Auditorio del Complejo Cultural Universitario de la Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla; in Mexico City on Sunday, November 5 at Auditorio Nacional; in Monterrey on Sunday, Nov. 12 at Auditorio Pabellón M and in Guadalajara on Saturday, Nov. 25 at Sala Plácido Domingo, Conjunto Santander de Artes Escénicas. 

This Mexico tour comes during the 100th anniversary celebration year of Warner Bros., of which Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes characters and animated shorts have been an enduring treasure of the studio’s illustrious history.

“Bugs Bunny At the Symphony” has been touring the world with major symphony orchestras and at venues since 1990.

This latest version of “Bugs Bunny At the Symphony” pairs 16 classic Looney Tunes shorts projected on the big screen – plus five new animated shorts – while their Carl Stalling scores are played live.

“When we were all growing up and watching Looney Tunes on Saturday morning, we didn’t realize we were also getting a massive lesson in classical music,” says Daugherty. “‘Bugs Bunny At the Symphony’ is the perfect opportunity to bring today’s kids to the symphony orchestra and appreciate the beauty of classical music while getting a hilarious twist from Bugs Bunny and his cohorts. More importantly, it’s a chance for adults of all ages to rekindle their affection for these brilliant, animated shorts and relive a truly nostalgic and magical part of their childhoods.”

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