There's some sort of epidemic going on in the Treasure Valley and it's one that LITE-FM is making their mission to remedy!

Be honest here.  When was the last time you and your sweetie went on a date night together? We mean just the two of your.  No kids on a family date night.  No neighbors on a double date.  Just the two of you, one-on-one.  When we ask that question, too many people tell us they can't remember when that was! That's an epidemic that needs to be fixed!

That's why LITE-FM is giving you a chance to experience an out of this galaxy date night! The Boise Philharmonic welcomes guest conductor, Rob Spigelman to the Treasure Valley for two very special performances of the original Star Wars movie this Saturday, September 22.

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If you've never had a chance to see the Boise Philharmonic play a concert like this, you're missing out! They strip all of the music out of the soundtrack to the original movie, leaving just the dialogue in the film playing on a giant 40 foot screen in the concert hall.  All of the music you hear as the movie plays will be performed in real time by the orchestra.  It's a really cool thing to see come together!

Sounds like a really awesome date night, doesn't it? It sure does and that's why we're giving you a chance to see the performance of your choice: 2 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. Just fill out the form below before Wednesday, September 19 at 11:59 p.m. MT to get yourself in to win! We'll pick a few grand prize winners on Thursday, September 20!

OH! And our friends from the 501st Legion: Timberline Garrison and Takodana Base Rebel Legion will be at the Morrison Center for FREE photo-ops with characters in some of the most iconic Star Wars costumes of all time so that you can remember this special night out!

The local orchestra is no stranger to these types of performances.  They did a similar performance of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone last year.  If you want to check out what it takes to pull off one these incredible performances, check out our interview with Harry Potter conductor, John Beal!

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