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Houston Symphony presents Hocus Pocus Pops

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Hocus Pocus Pops is the annual gathering of ghouls and gals that marks the start of every year’s spookiest season. The Houston Symphony always finds new means of amazing at Hocus Pocus Pops. Sometimes they play Halloween classics or put a spin on a song you’d never have thought to be Halloween-y. And sometimes they play something altogether unexpected – and yet altogether wonderful.

The highlight of the night, though, has to be the Goblin Parade. Watching hundreds of costumed kids prance and dance across The Pavilion’s Main Stage provides an unmatched bliss. As the crowd roars and parents snap a hundred quick pics, the Symphony accompanies the kids with yet another grandly terrifying tune.

Hocus Pocus Pops is the annual gathering of ghouls and gals that marks the start of every year’s spookiest season. The Houston Symphony always finds new means of amazing at Hocus Pocus Pops. Sometimes they play Halloween classics or put a spin on a song you’d never have thought to be Halloween-y. And sometimes they play something altogether unexpected – and yet altogether wonderful.

The highlight of the night, though, has to be the Goblin Parade. Watching hundreds of costumed kids prance and dance across The Pavilion’s Main Stage provides an unmatched bliss. As the crowd roars and parents snap a hundred quick pics, the Symphony accompanies the kids with yet another grandly terrifying tune.

Hocus Pocus Pops is the annual gathering of ghouls and gals that marks the start of every year’s spookiest season. The Houston Symphony always finds new means of amazing at Hocus Pocus Pops. Sometimes they play Halloween classics or put a spin on a song you’d never have thought to be Halloween-y. And sometimes they play something altogether unexpected – and yet altogether wonderful.

The highlight of the night, though, has to be the Goblin Parade. Watching hundreds of costumed kids prance and dance across The Pavilion’s Main Stage provides an unmatched bliss. As the crowd roars and parents snap a hundred quick pics, the Symphony accompanies the kids with yet another grandly terrifying tune.

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WHERE

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
2005 Lake Robbins Dr.
The Woodlands, TX 77380
https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/3A005C8EE6DB5CA9

TICKET INFO

Free-$25
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