The Vanderbilt Museum’s Reichert Planetarium has premiered two intriguing new shows for the summer and is bringing back a favorite.
New on the playbill are Sunstruck! and Laser U2. Back for an encore is Pink Floyd: The Wall.
Sunstruck! – Travel back in time to experience the birth of our Sun and solar system. Discover how the Sun came to support life, how it threatens life as we know it, and how its energy will one day fade away.
Laser U2 – Enjoy the classics and modern hits of one of the greatest bands of the last three decades. This concert is set against a backdrop of the latest laser art. Your eyes and ears will be your guides into an immersive journey through this Irish band’s rise and success. Created by Audio-Visual Imagineering. Running time: 50 minutes.
Pink Floyd: The Wall – This show, based on the 1979 album of that name, is the tale of the rock star named Pink Floyd and his downward spiral into madness. This gripping and spellbinding musical journey is beautiful, haunting, powerful, and thought-provoking. Running time: 45 minutes.