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Second Saturday - August

at Adventure Science Center, Nashville TN

Aug 08
Second Saturday - August

Don’t miss out on the Second Saturday show offerings before the laser shows continue! 

6:00pm – Dome Club Nashville presents Wish You Were Here Welcome to the Machine, a.k.a. the Sudekum Planetarium, to experience this this acclaimed 1975 album like never before through the visual creativity of Aaron McEuen and Starlight Productions of Salt Lake City, Utah. Abstract imagery and fanciful worlds await those who want to shine on.

7:00pm – Skies Over Nashville Take a tour of the night skies over Nashville and see what you can find in your own backyard! The audience is encouraged to ask questions – such as “what does a black hole look like” – during this interactive presentation.

8:30pm – The Other Side of Pink Floyd If you have already explored the dark side of the Moon and want more, this Pink Floyd Cosmic Concert will expand your view farther. From Piper at the Gates of Dawn to The Division Bell and everything in between, lasers, stars, and special effects provide the ultimate accompaniment to the music of Pink Floyd. Wear any Pink Floyd shirt and get a free compliment from our enthusiastic staff.

9:30pm – Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd provides the ultimate aural environment for exploring inner and outer space. Within the planetarium chamber, the experience is enhanced with digital animation, millions of stars, and brilliant laser imagery.  This album may be older than a large percentage of our audience,  but the music is timeless.

10:30pm – Pink Floyd’s The Wall Using Pink Floyd’s concept album as foundation and inspiration, Aaron McEuen and Starlight Productions of Salt Lake City, UT, have interpreted this timeless classic in ways never before imagined! It’s like a mental struggle for sanity as told in music and fulldome digital art. Audience advisory: Adult subject matter.

ADMISSION INFO

Tickets for Skies Over Nashville are just $6/show for non-members and $3 for Adventure Science Center members, while Dome Club and laser shows are $8/show for non-members and $6 for Adventure Science Center members. Tickets available at the door or at the admission desk on the day of the event. Unless otherwise noted, doors open at 5:30pm.

Evening admission to the Sudekum Planetarium does not require general admission while the Adventure Science Center and exhibits are closed. Dome Club Nashville, planetarium shows, and laser show tickets are purchased as individual programs.

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LOCATION

Adventure Science Center

800 Fort Negley Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37203

PARKING INFO

Free Parking

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