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“Holiday Pops” by the Boston Symphony Orchestra is a time honored holiday tradition and this year is one not to be missed.
Performing only three shows, you don’t miss Boston pops Home Alone on December 26 and 27. In this fun non-traditional event, the pops takes its own spin on the classic holiday movie Home Alone. Enjoy 3 screenings of the movie as the Boston pops accompanies the screening with their orchestral tune.

Ring in the New Year with Bo Winiker, the renowned bandleader and the Boston pops. The party kicks off on December 31 at 10:00 p.m. Enjoy a cash bar and several dining options, doors open at 8:00 p.m. for this event.
The “Holiday Pops” by the Boston Symphony Orchestra is a great way to introduce children to the majesty of symphony orchestra. Enjoy special kids matinee performances which feature a shorter program without intermission, family friendly music, a sing along and post-concert photos with Santa (there are even kid-friendly menu options as well). Children under 2 receive a free ticket for 11am Kids Matinees, please call SymphonyCharge (888-266-1200) for free kids tickets, all patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

After the show head to dinner as there are a number of notable restaurants near the Symphony Hall that are worth checking out. One of our favorites is Oak Long Bar & kitchen (138 St James Ave). We’re big fans of the post interior as well as delicious items like Kobe meatballs and well-crafted martinis. Mistral (223 Columbus Ave.) is a long standing favorite and is consistently on the best of Boston lists. Don’t miss top favorites like tuna tartare main crab ravioli and short rib and foie gras tortellini (yuuuuuuuuum.) For a really fantastic en to your symphony night head to Top of the Hub (800 Boylston Street) and enjoy breathtaking views and ambiance.