The South Florida Symphony makes its return to Weston on Saturday, March 16, 2024, from 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm.  Presented by the City of Weston and the Weston Music Society, in cooperation with the Arts Council of Greater Weston, this beloved Pops Concert is a community favorite.

Special Events Manager for the City of Weston Annalisa Walker said, “The Outdoor Pops Concert has grown in popularity over the years, and we are excited to once again plan and host this event in the City of Weston. We look forward to seeing the community come out and enjoy the diverse music presented by South Florida Symphony.

Due to scheduled construction in Weston Town Center, the concert has found a new venue. The event will take place at the Weston Town Center Park Amphitheater near the Cigar Bar in the Town Center. The park features a bandshell and offers some provided seating. Feel free to bring your own chairs; there’s ample space for everyone to enjoy the music and move to the rhythm.

Under the baton of Maestra Sebrina Maria Alfonso, the full orchestra and spectacular vocalists perform a mix of Pops favorites including a tribute to legendary crooner Tony Bennett, iconic themes from blockbusters “Star Wars” and “Mission Impossible”, music from your favorite video games, and much more!

Diane Marett and Toby Feuer, Co-Vice Presidents of Events for the WMS, are delighted with this opportunity for our students.  “In the elementary schools, we do In-School programs introducing the instruments of the orchestra.  In Middle Schools and High Schools, we support the bands, choruses and drama departments.  This gives them a free chance to see a full orchestra and vocalists in performance right here in Weston.

Olaf from “Frozen” will be on hand to greet the children – and their parents and grandparents.  Everybody loves Olaf – just as everybody will love this wonderful free concert!

Lou Marett, President of the WMS, said “A pops concert is the perfect way to fulfill 2 pillars of our mission – bringing fine music to Weston and ongoing education for our children to the joys music brings.  We also give scholarships to high school graduates continuing their music education in college.  We constantly look for opportunities for our talented student musicians to perform, the latest being ‘Saturdays on Main Street”.  We have one coming up on March 2 from 5:00 pm-8:00 pm featuring the Sagemont Synergy Rock Band.  Check us out at”

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