Win tickets to Fresno Philharmonic’s big-screen ‘Ghostbusters’ evening
Who you gonna call? The Fresno Philharmonic.
You can win a pair of tickets to the orchestra’s “Ghostbusters — Event with Live Orchestra” event. Here’s how the orchestra describes it: “Experience Ivan Reitman’s hilarious comic blockbuster — “Ghostbusters (1984)” — with Elmer Bernstein’s score performed live by the Fresno Philharmonic and conducted by the composer’s son Peter Bernstein. The film will be displayed on a large screen in William Saroyan Theatre.”
The concert will be held 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29.
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To enter this giveaway, leave a reply on this post (see below) answering this question: Who is your favorite Ghostbuster? (Or, if you’re too lazy to look it up in Internet Movie Database, just tell us why you’d like to go.) Deadline to enter is 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25. The winner will be picked at random and notified by email.
I’d like to go because my other half loves this movie, but I haven’t seen it. I absolutely love the Fresno Philharmonic. This would make for a perfect date night!
Alice J Pierson-Knapp
Bill Murray and Halloween is the best!
My favorite is actually favorites. The trio of Dan Aykroyd,, Bill Murray, and Jeff Goldblum play off one another in such a way as to be symbiotic to my engagement with the movie. They set the standard for future generations of Ghostbusters. Setting this movie, so spectacular in its New York architectural landscape, to the sounds of the Fresno Philharmonic promises to create a memorable night! In addition, I plan to take a former student who has never enjoyed the Fresno Philharmonic in person.
My favorite is Egon, played by Harold Ramis, who “collects molds, spores and fungi.”
Mr. Ramis, whose credits include his role as Bill Murray’s sidekick in “Stripes” and the doctor in “As Good as it Gets.”
A major writing contributor and long-time collaborator of “National Lampoon,” Mr. Ramis was also a kind, gentle man, a credit to the screenwriting/filmmaking industry and a comedic icon.