Why see Danny Elfman's Nightmare Before Christmas Live?
30 years of nightmares!
Danny Elfman resurrects his singing alter-ego Jack Skellington once again for a special Halloween concert, live at the Hollywood Bowl this spooky season! Elfman will once again be singing the part of the melancholy Pumpkin King in search of a new adventure, with special guest performers to be announced! The world of Halloween Town (and more) will be brought to life in a breathtaking live-to-screen immersive experience, reliving hits including 'This is Halloween', 'What's This?' and 'Making Christmas' in a spectacular you'll remember all year round!
What is the story?
Released to critical acclaim in 1993, Tim Burton's stop-motion animation movie became an instant success, providing a new spooky side to the holidays. With an all-star cast providing both speaking and singing talent (who could forget O'Hara's sweet Sally and Page's terrifying jazz-tactic Oogie Boogie?), the film has maintained its popularity for the past 25 years, and gaining new fans every holiday season. A frequent composer on science fiction and fantasy movies, Elfman has provided soundtracks for Men In Black, Corpse Bride, Batman, and of course, the iconic theme tune for The Simpsons.