One of the most popular music entertainment shows of all time in the dome is based on Pink Floyd’s album “The Wall.” Now with fulldome digital visual production, this timeless classic can be interpreted in ways never before imagined!
A key to The Wall’s popularity in dome shows lies in the visual interpretation of the story based on the 1982 movie “Pink Floyd The Wall.” The film depicted the mental construction and eventual demolition of a metaphorical wall, created in the mind of a rock star named “Pink.” The bizarre and sometimes dark psychological concepts make for plenty of opportunity for abstract and representative imagery on the dome. A perfect theme for Halloween month!
It’s like a mental struggle for sanity as told in music and digital art. “Pink Floyd The Wall” has been updated from previous years with new imagery, live-performance elements, and greater detail. It has become the planetarium’s new “late show,” 11pm on Friday and Saturday nights running through October 27. ”Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon” will return in those time slots on Friday, November 2.
In addition to fulldome animation, there will be visual elements performed live using our Digistar system, laser beamwork, and other lighting special effects. The soundtrack, already digitally remastered, is remixed for the Hansen Dome Theatre’s 13,000-watt 5.1 surround sound system. You’ve never experienced “The Wall” like this!
Due to its mature theme, “The Wall” is not recommended for children under 14. Parental discretion is advised.