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Second Friday of Every Month

Jam out under the Cox Science Center's full-dome planetarium, while the sounds of the Beatles, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and more merge with dazzling laser light visuals! 

On the second Friday of every month, rock out with a nostalgic throwback to the classic laser light spectacles you know and love. From Daft Punk to Michael Jackson, we’re integrating music from some of the greatest artists of our time with mind-blowing laser light visuals.

Please note: Laser show themes change monthly. Advance tickets go on sale on our website one month in advance of the show date. Admission to laser shows only includes a portion of Science Center exhibits. Each show lasts approximately 45 minutes. 

Cost: $11 for members; $13 for non-members (purchase below)

*Warning: Some content within these Laser Shows is rated PG-13. The entrance gate to Dreher Park may be closed on Southern Blvd. Please use the Summit Blvd. entrance*


Upcoming Shows:

**Please note that March's show will occur on the third Friday due to a date conflict**
Friday, March 15th, 2024

6PM | Laser U2: Combining big ideas and big sounds, Laser U2 explores the band's long musical history in vibrant laser light. It's an amazing way to experience the power and passion of one of the world's most prolific groups.

7PM | Pink Floyd: 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 bizarre laser light shows of all time. It offers a mixture of psychedelic, rock and jazz sounds. Its sonic backdrops and atmospheric soundscapes combined with a unique assortment of sound effects yield an emotional resonance. A must-see!

8PM | Pink Floyd: The Wall: Considered to be one of the best classic rock albums of all time, The Wall is considered as a continuous story rather than a collection of individual songs. It is a timeless classic, and one of Pink Floyd's best, becoming the group's second-best seller behind Dark Side of the Moon. Visitors will become lost and spellbound as their senses join this timeless journey.