The Philadelphia Orchestra is going out with a bang this summer.
"Planet Earth" composer George Fenton will be there at 8:30 p.m. conducting the orchestra.
Watch the stunning images of our beautiful planet projected on a giant screen while listening to the original score performed live.
The only thing better would be experiencing every place in person.
Tickets to enjoy this masterpiece range from $10 for lawn seats to $55 for the best seats in the house.
But remember, it’s a movie. Keep that in mind when buying your tickets (you usually don't sit in the first few rows, right?).