JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- If you've missed it in the past, here's your chance to catch it.
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra has announced the return of Starry Nights at Metropolitan Park.
After a 10-year hiatus, the Symphony is bringing back one of the city's most festive events.
President David Pierson hopes the return will bring more people to downtown and introduce people to great music.
"Our mission is really to share the joy of music with the community. And while we love it when people come to our home to enjoy music, we also like to bring music to the citizens of our community," said Symphony President David Pierson.
The orchestra has also announced that Chicago and Christopher Cross will also be joining them on-stage.