One of the best things about the holidays rolling around is watching all the Christmas movies. From your old-school classics and cartoons to hallmark cheese fests, there's no Christmas movie I'll say "no" to. This November, Christmas movie-lovers in Vancouver are getting a treat because the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra will do a live score to The Polar Express. You can get tickets for Vancouver's Polar Express concert right now and with only one show it's bound to sell out.\nThe Polar Express came out in 2004 and has been a staple for a lot of people every holiday season since. Starring Tom Hanks, this movie had a lot of hype when it came out. Since then, it's sparked a whole new interest in holiday trains and spin-off events where you can ride the polar express in real life. Who wouldn't want to ride a magical train to the North Pole?\nWhen the holidays come around there are a ton of amazing and magical things to do. No matter how beautiful thousands of twinkling lights strung on trees are, it's still really cold and not that enjoyable. Watching The Polar Express inside a warm theatre while the powerful live orchestral music pricks your skin with goosebumps is the ultimate way to go out for the holidays while still staying cosy.\nNow all you're missing is some hot chocolate and you have the perfect warm-up for the holidays.\nView this post on Instagram 🎄WORLD PREMIERE🔔 Seeing is believing 🎵 For the first time, #PolarExpressInConcert is coming to Vancouver on November 19th! @CineConcerts Co-Founder, Producer, Conductor Justin Freer is leading the @VSOrchestra in performing @alan.silvestri_music's enchanting score live the picture 🎶 🎫 Get your tickets NOW! Learn more via the link in bio🎶 A post shared by The Polar Express™ in Concert (@polarinconcert) on Oct 22, 2019 at 4:33pm PDT\nThe VSO has been bringing movies to life with live score events like this for a ton of movies lately including for Harry Potter and Star Wars. This upcoming Polar Express event is perfect if you love watching the holiday classic year after year.\nView this post on Instagram Hold on tight 🚂 🎢 The Polar Express in Concert is coming to the Orpheum Theatre on Tues, Nov 19 at Tickets are selling fast, get them before they sell out! #PolarExpressInConcert @PolarExpressInConcert A post shared by Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (@vsorchestra) on Oct 27, 2019 at 8:00am PDT\nThe performance will include a screening of the film plus a live performance from the VSO of Alan Silvestri's original score. He also created the music for Avengers: Endgame.\nWhen the movie first came out, it was actually the first-ever film to use only digital capture so you're actually watching Tom Hanks it's just a completely animated version of him.\nView this post on Instagram #WorldPremiere 🎉 Get your tickets NOW so you won't miss the train🚂. On Nov.19th, one of the most beloved holiday classics, 🎄The Polar Express🔔, is coming to Vancouver, and Justin Freer will conduct the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra in performing @alan.silvestri_music's unforgettable score live to picture! 🎫Tickets to #PolarExpressInConcert are available at @VSOrchestra @CineConcerts #PolarExpress #AlanSilvestri A post shared by The Polar Express™ in Concert (@polarinconcert) on Oct 10, 2019 at 2:32pm PDT\nIf you can't make it to the concert or you want to add to this magical experience, then you can check out a real-life polar express. The CP Holiday Train will be coming to B.C. later this year and it's an amazing way to experience the excitement of the polar express in real life.\nThe Polar Express In Concert\nPrice: Tickets from $26.50\nWhen: Tuesday, November 19 at 7 p.m.\nAddress: Orpheum Theatre, 601 Smithe St, Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Experience the magic of The Polar Express in a whole new way inside a gorgeous theatre with live orchestra music.\nWebsite\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.