On May 22, 2018, Arthur Fiedler returns to Symphony Hall in the form of the Dreamland Wax Museum’s own figure to celebrate The Best of the Boston Pops, Arthur Fiedler Night.
Symphony Hall was designed by leading American architects McKim, Mead, and White. Harvard physics professor Wallace Clement Sabine helped apply scientific, acoustical principles to the plans. The seating was designed to switch easily between row seating for Symphony concerts and table seating for Pops concerts. Symphony Hall opened on October 15, 1900 and it has been home to the Boston Pops ever since.