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"The Batman in Concert” Debuts in the U.S.

Concert features the film accompanied by a live symphony orchestra.

License Global

April 21, 2023

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DC In Concert, an all-new global touring film concert series presented by TCG Entertainment and Warner Bros. Discovery Global Themed Entertainment, made its United States debut in Los Angeles with Warner Bros. Pictures’ 2022 box office hit, “The Batman” on April 15. Combining the feature film with a live symphony orchestra performing the score, “The Batman in Concert” the tour will continue with at the Warner Theatre in Washington DC on April 22, The James L. Knight Center in Miami on April 28 and the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago on May 6. 

Released in March 2022, “The Batman” is set around Bruce Wayne in the dual role of Gotham City’s vigilante detective and his alter ego, reclusive billionaire Bruce Wayne. 

“The Batman in Concert” is the first film to debut for DC in Concert, an all-new global touring film concert series featuring a live symphony orchestra performing, to picture, every note from fan films from Warner Bros. Pictures and DC. Tickets to “The Batman in Concert” are available now through DCFilmsinConcert.com.

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