Upcoming Voyager One - Beyond Laser Dome
posted by July 20 at 12:35 PMon
Voyager One is not a name usually associated with lasers. Projections, and space-rock, that’s Voyager One, but lasers?. The word laser is usually followed by ‘Floyd’ or ‘Zeppelin’ or ‘tag’. Or there is the dreaded Laser Green Day. Has Green Day really achieved laser status?
Well, Voyager One has, and they will be firing it up Saturday night in the Laser Dome. It’s kind of like Thunder Dome, but with lasers instead of Tina Turner.
** Voyager One - Seattle Laser Dome
Saturday, July 21st
Pacific Science Center - 200 2nd Ave N
Doors at 10:30 PM (Music at 11)
All Ages / $8
16mm film visuals by Projectorhead
Laser visuals by Ivan **
It will be an audio visual extravaganza. I’m high thinking about it.
Jason, from V1 says they will be playing a Pink Floyd song. Something off The Wall.
Also, at the Laser Dome, you can get a customized laser message. I don’t think they will be doing this for the V1 show, but the next time you are at Laser Zeppelin, you can send a special message to a special friend. My laser message would be, ‘BIZALLS.’ Or ‘STAIRWAY TO BIZALLS’:
Send personal messages in laser light. For $50 you can send a message to special Pink Floyd fan right in the middle of the show!
Purchase the personal message at the ticket booth prior to the show. Just fill out the form, and they’ll deliver it to the laserist for the evening.
The Seattle Laser Dome has hosted laser rock shows for over twenty-five years. Comprised of a geodesic dome spanning eighty feet in diameter, the theater was designed by renowned architect and engineer Buckminster Fuller for the 1962 World’s Fair.
It is the largest single-purpose laser theater in the world, utilizing three different lasers with twelve variable points of projection. Combined with a 14,000-watt digital sound system, you’ll feel and see the music in a venue unlike any other.