Make sure those flux capacitors are charged and get ready to travel back in time 30 years. The Hollywood Bowl is celebrating the 30th anniversary of Back To The Future this summer, and it’s featuring a special treat for fans of the movie.
Some of the cast is set to make an appearance at the film’s 30th anniversary screening and live orchestra performance on June 30 at the Bowl, Entertainment Weekly first reported Wednesday.
Christopher Lloyd, who played eccentric inventor Emmett “Doc” Brown and Lea Thompson, who played Marty McFly’s mother Lorraine Baines, will make special appearances to introduce the concert. Plus, cast members Donald Fullilove (Mayor Goldie Wilson) and Claudia Wells (Jennifer Parker) will also be on hand.
Sadly EW notes, Michael J. Fox, who played the film’s hero Marty McFly in the trilogy, will not make an appearance.
However, fans can also look forward to this blast from the past photo op at the show:
The concert and screening will feature the film’s iconic score composed by Alan Silvestri performed live in synch with the movie, with an added 15 minutes of music Silvestri composed especially for the event.
In addition to the Bowl’s concert screening, other celebrations in honor of the movie will be taking place this year, including a movie screening at the Gamble House in Pasadena on July 25, which served as Doc Brown’s house in the movie.
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