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Ok. Now we're good – This is a trip you don’t want to miss! The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is excited to invite you on a mind-bending journey across the cosmos set to the psychedelic soundscape of Pink Floyd’s legendary “Dark Side of the Moon."
Join us in our state-of-the-art Full Dome planetarium as we transcend reality into a kaleidoscope of colors and shapes traveling around prisms, mechanical clocks and swirling galaxies in a far-out, star-studded universe perfectly synchronized to the British psychedelic rock band’s seminal masterpiece album “Dark Side of the Moon.”
Released in 1973, “Dark Side of the Moon” continues to resonate over half a century later. Merging innovative production and genre-blending compositions, the album dives in themes such as the passage of time, money and greed and explorations on mental illness, among many other philosophical topics. Pioneering a unique experimental style and sound, Pink Floyd remains one of the most commercially successful and influential bands in popular music history.
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With cutting-edge technology, NSC Creative and Pink Floyd's collaborator Aubrey Powell have crafted a visually stunning production that brings each song to life, blending futuristic aesthetics with nods to the band's iconic imagery. From the ethereal to the extraordinary, allow your eyes and ears to merge as every inch of this timeless masterpiece comes to life as never before!
Related: See the list of all Planetarium shows, here.
Through September 4, 2023, the show plays daily at 4:15 p.m. and there are three shows (5:30/6:45/8:00 p.m.) on Fridays.
Members have access to discounted pricing for any of the Pink Floyd shows. Member tickets are just $7 while the rate for the general public is $9.