Roper Mountain Science Center Rocks

Hosting a laser show set to music

Patrick Gentry
July 24, 2018 - 2:27 pm
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Right before kids head back to school and the Roper Mountain Science Center officially opens for field trips again, the science center is hosting a special treat for kids and for those kids at heart.

 

Show Descriptions

Please note: laser shows are loud, have flashing lights, and may include profanity.

Electro Pop
Prepare your senses for you are about to experience an audio-visual onslaught of intense laser light set to today’s hottest streaming hits. From synth pop heavies Lady Gaga and Daft Punk to alt-rockin’ Bastille and Grouplove, this show has it all. 

iPop
Hits from the 2010's Pop charts like Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, with a pop classic or two thrown in to round out the mix. iPop features bright musical stars in even brighter laser light.
LaserMania
Surveying soft rock, pop, and adult contemporary and easy listening music, this fun family laser concert is a beautiful artistic interpretation for all ages.Featuring music from over five decades, hearts, eyes and ears will enjoy the dazzling colors and laser art set to a collection of musical delights in an immersive visual environment.

LaseRetro
Do you tear up when you hear "Thanks, Mean Joe?" Do you wonder "Where's the beef?" Do you think Max Headroom is the greatest political commentator of all time? Then this is the laser show for you! Astonishing laser art is coupled with upbeat rock and pop songs from one of the most exciting periods in mainstream music: the '80s! 

Laser Beatles
Laser Beatles will take you back to a different time in history to re-experience and remember the evolution of this musical phenomenon. All ages and backgrounds will appreciate this fantasy tribute of music and light to The Beatles and how they helped define a generation.

Laser Country
Laser Country is dedicated to some of the greatest country hits of all time. Set to the all-American sounds of modern and classical country songs, this laser show will appeal to all generations! From Garth Brooks and Shania Twain to Willie Nelson and Patsy Cline, this show promises to be a boot-scootin’ good time!

Laser U2
Featuring one of the greatest bands of the last three decades, U2. This musical concert is set against a backdrop of the latest laser art. Your eyes and ears will be your guides into an immerse journey through this British band’s rise and success!

Laser Vinyl
Accompanying a fantastic musical concert representing the best of classic rock is some of the most beautiful and stunning laser art ever produced! Reminisce, tap your feet and enjoy a truly fantastic audio-visual event that will rock your body, mind and soul!

Laser Zeppelin  

Led Zeppelin is proclaimed by many critics to be the progenitors of heavy metal and hard rock, and their individualistic style reset the standards for many musical genres in the 1960s and ‘70s. Indeed, they have been hailed as one of the most successful, innovative and influential bands, alongside Pink Floyd, U2 and the Beatles. Now you can relive the magical sounds of Led Zeppelin while enjoying a visual treat of custom laser imagery.

Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon
Based on Pink Floyd’s 1973 album of humanitarian, political and philosophical empathy, Dark Side of the Moon is one of the most startling and bizarre laser light shows of all time! Its sonic backdrops and atmospheric soundscapes combined with a unique assortment of sound effects yield an emotional resonance. When accompanied by a diverse and unusual display of laser art, the overall feel is a dramatic and haunting atmosphere.

Pink Floyd's The Wall
Truly the mother of all laser-light shows and a cult favorite throughout the world!
Now coupled with spectacular and mesmerizing laser art, Pink Floyd’s classic 1979 epic about personal struggle takes on a unique look, weaving its story in one of the most popular laser shows ever produced! Visitors will become lost and spellbound as their senses join this timeless journey.

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