This year marks the sixth time Symphony Doo-Da has graced the stage of the MSU-Riley Center. Executive director for the Meridian Symphony association Susie Johnson says its their annual gift to the community.
At first glance the concert will appear to be strictly for kids. Johnson says this is not necessarily the case.
Johnson added that kids will be greeted by some special guests before the concert begins.
Families will be treated to tunes they know and perhaps a few they may have never heard.
Pre-concert activities will begin at 6 p.m. where children can meet and greet their favorite Disney characters with fun activities in the instrument zoo. Then at 7 p.m. the concert begins in the main theater.