Missoula Symphony in the Park: Sunday Aug 11, 2013



Missoula Symphony in the Park. Photo courtesy of Flickr.

The Missoula Symphony will host its annual Symphony in the Park this Sunday, Aug. 11, and it’s a ‘do not miss’ event for Missoula. One of the largest events to be held annually in Caras Park, Symphony in the Park is the admission-free, family-friendly, picnic-in-the-park, cultural event that draws more than 5,000 attendees each year.

Music Director Darko Butorac offers this ‘gift to the community’ as a way to showcase symphony music with a fun musicality that is appealing to all. This year’s program will feature music from Fantasia and Les Miserables, as well as music from the Beatles and other well-known scores.

The concert starts at 7pm, but folks interested in good seating should arrive early in Caras Park to park their chairs and blankets. Food vendors will be on hand to sell dinner, drinks and desserts for all in attendance. Big Dipper Ice Cream will be selling its custom-made “Bachalatte” coffee and dark chocolate chunk ice cream.

Symphony in the Park is a great opportunity to get a feel for symphony music without buying tickets. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind unique Missoula event. It will not disappoint!

For more information, visit the Missoula Symphony website, or call the symphony office at 406-721-3194.  And check out our Missoula Events Calendar to learn more about all of Missoula’s Arts & Cultural offerings.


LindaMcCarthyMissoulaLinda McCarthy has been a Missoula resident for more than 25 years and serves as Executive Director of the Missoula Downtown Association, a private non-profit, membership-based organization dedicated to promoting, supporting and enhancing the vitality of Downtown Missoula. She and her family live in the Farviews Neighborhood, and her husband, Tom Gallagher, is a computer science professor at UM’s Missoula College. Linda holds two degrees from The University of Montana and was the 2008 Montana Alumni of the Year.





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