If you love music, there’s a good chance you also loved “High Fidelity,” the 2000 movie starring John Cusack as record shop owner Rob Gordon who is trying to figure out the reason behind his failed relationships.
A backdrop of more than 70 songs – and a soundtrack spanning The Velvet Underground, Elvis Costello and Bob Dylan – are hallmarks of the film, and this spring, Cusack will be in Atlanta to discuss the world of Championship Vinyl.
The actor will appear at Atlanta Symphony Hall on April 19 for a screening of “High Fidelity,” followed by a live conversation about his career and the making of the movie.
Tickets are $42.75-$153 and will go on sale at noon Jan. 11 via www.ticketmaster.com and the Woodruff Arts Center box office. A limited number of VIP seats – including a post-show opportunity with Cusack – will be available as well.
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