Filene Center

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Price $40-$65
With just two notes, Academy Award winner John Williams created a sense of fear for beachgoers that would last for decades! Join us at Wolf Trap for a screening of Steven Spielberg’s Jaws as the National Symphony Orchestra performs the iconic score.
Film will be projected in HD onto big screens in-house and on the lawn.

Pre-Performance activities

Discovery Shark Fin Hat Giveaway
Location: Main Gate

Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Station - Shark jaw bone specimens and a megalodon tooth for people to explore.
Location: Right side of plaza by women’s restroom

Pre-Performance Discussion with NSO @ Wolf Trap conductor Emil de Cou, 2 Natural History Museum marine conservationists, and possibly The Meg film director Jon Turteltaub
Location: Old Farmhouse Lawn

Pre-Performance Discussions offer insight and interpretation of the evening's performance. They begin 1 hour before the scheduled show time and end with plenty of time to reach your seat before the show starts.


Wolf Trap is proud to expand its accessibility programming with the addition of open captioning for all its movie screenings at the Filene Center for guests who are deaf or experiencing hearing loss. Open Captioning features an electronic text display which shows what is being said or sounds heard onscreen.