An announcement for Tim Burton‘s live concert of Batman has made its rounds online.
On Friday (September 8), TCG Entertainment, Warner Bros. Discovery Global Themed Entertainment, and DC revealed that the 1989 superhero film Batman, starring Michael Keaton, who plays the black cloth-wearing superhero, will hit the main stage. Starting January 2024, Batman will play in symphony halls worldwide as part of the DC Films in Concert series.
The Batman tour will start in Los Angeles, California’s Dolby Theater on January 13, 2024, and end in London, UK’s Barbarian Center on May 26, 2024. The rest of the concert stops can be seen below.
“Hot on the heels of our success with our first DC in Concert tour, we are excited to bring the classic 1989 ‘Batman’ and its acclaimed score to diehard fans and new generations for the film’s 35th anniversary,” TCG Entertainment President Stephen Cook said in a statement.
“We create an unforgettable concert experience and are proud of the added creativity the DC in Concert series offers audiences to make the night an epic event.”
The musical score is composed by Danny Elfman.
In June of 1989, Batman hit the big screen. The movie also stars Jack Nicholson as Jack Napier/Joker, Kim Basinger as Vicki Vale, Pat Hingle as Commissioner Gordon, Billy Dee Williams as Harvey Dent, and Michael Gough as Alfred Pennyworth.