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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Live in Concert Fun Facts

Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse Live In Concert

Hey Spider-Man fans! Are you ready to see your favorite superhero on the big screen? Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Live in Concert is coming to Des Moines in just one month! Join Miles Morales in his adventure and exploration of the Spider-Verse where more than one can wear the mask. The show combines the Academy Award Winning Film and live musicians playing both symphonic orchestral and hip-hop music.  

We want to make sure you are all ready for the show, so here are some fun facts to get you prepared to enter the Spider-Verse! 

Fun Fact 1: 

  • 180 animators worked on the movie 
Spider-Man Into The Spider-verse intro

Fun Fact 2: 

  • A song featured in the movie titled “Sunflower” appeared on Billboard Top 100 for 33 weeks 
Orchestra during Spider-Man

Fun Fact 3: 

  • The design and animations for this movie are considered groundbreaking for animation style 
Spider-Man Into The Spider-verse scene

Fun Fact 4: 

  • Stan Lee appears in EVERY train scene 
Spider-Man Into The Spider-verse credits

Fun Fact 5:  

  • The movie was nominated for 81 awards and won over 50  

Now you are all ready to see Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Live in Concert! This show is for all superhero and music lovers! You will not want to miss this exciting experience, so make sure to clear your calendars for October 28, 2023, and get your tickets now! For more information about all things Spider-Man visit:  

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