Once upon a time, before Macaulay Culkin made a creepy career out of his affinity for pizza, he charmed audiences with his boyish charisma as a kid named Kevin.
You see, it was 1990, and Kevin was left home alone on accident while his large family took off for the holidays.
Poor Kevin was forced to defend his homestead against a couple bumbling burglars. (Just kidding, he actually had a great time.)
It was a massive, everlasting hit, and it had a great soundtrack to boot, thanks to score master John Williams, who is behind some of the most iconic film music in history.
In an event one can only define as the greatest Christmas-themed concert in history ever, the San Francisco Symphony will score Home Alone live as the film plays simultaneously.
The world is good.
Tickets are selling fast. To check on any remaining, head to their site.
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