Metro Boomin is having one hell of a year, and he’s showing no signs of slowing down with the announcement of a special concert experience he’s putting on next month.
The Grammy Award-winning producer is teaming up with Red Bull for a historic, one-night-only orchestral concert experience in Los Angeles alongside conductor Anthony Parnther and the Symphonic Orchestra.
Set to take place at the Dolby Theatre on October 26, Metro Boomin said he’s “very excited to be part of such an amazing music moment with Red Bull,” which will see him reimagining many of his chart-topping hits.
“I have a deep love and appreciation for orchestral music, which can be heard in many of the records I’ve produced,” Metro said in a statement. “Now, with Red Bull Symphonic, we’re able to reimagine a whole body of work that I’m proud of in a live show with the talent of the Symphonic Orchestra, which has always been a dream of mine that I’m finally seeing come to life.”
Going on sale Friday (September 15), you can purchase tickets for the event here.
Metro Boomin’s forthcoming concert marks the second installment of Red Bull Symphonic in the U.S., building upon the success of the inaugural sold-out show with Rick Ross last year.
In a celebration of Black excellence in Atlanta, Rozay performed alongside the renowned all-Black symphony Orchestra Noir, the revered Sainted trap choir, and Grammy award-winning violinist Mapy; the evening was conducted by acclaimed maestro Jason Ikeem.
As far as his music is concerned, Metro Boomin has released two critically-acclaimed projects over the past year: his chart-topping Heroes & Villains and the soundtrack for Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse.
The duo has worked closely together in the past, with a track record that has left fans always asking for more. With Young Metro having already fulfilled two blockbuster commitments this year, his collaboration with Future is next on the agenda.
Taking to Instagram earlier this month to post a photograph of himself with an eagle on his left wrist, Metro captioned it: “Me and @future album on the way drop some [three eagle emojis] if you ready #freebandz.”