We’re exactly two weeks away from San Diego Comic-Con 2014, and while the official schedule will start its rollout tomorrow, other events in the San Diego area are taking shape. If you’d like a reprieve from the line-waiting, the San Diego Symphony will be performing the soundtrack to J.J. Abrams’ 2009 film Star Trek over at the Embarcadero Marina Park South on Saturday, July 26th. The event is unaffiliated with Comic-Con itself, but composer Michael Giacchino and actor John Cho are scheduled to appear. Tickets range from $28 to $90, and there’s also a limited number of VIP tickets that include a meet and greet with Giacchino.
Head over to the symphony’s website to purchase tickets, but be warned: admissions are limited.
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