Fright Light Laser Concert
Friday, October 24, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Fright Light Laser Concert
Have a spooktacular time this Halloween with a howling good mix of tunes set to amazing laser lights from SkyLase, the only full-dome, full-color, solid-state laser projection system, and enhanced by our stunning Chronos star projector. Classic “monster music” favorites like “Ghostbusters,” “Monster Mash” and “Thriller” are sure to send a tingle down your spine!
Please note: Laser concerts contain loud music, flashing lights, spinning stars, and other effects that some may find disruptive. This show is not recommended for those who may have conditions that could be aggravated by this experience. All seats are general admission with no assigned seat numbers. For best seat selection, it's a good idea to arrive 15-20 minutes before showtime. For the safety of our visitors and in order to prevent accidents, late entry is not allowed. Likewise, once a show has started, if you leave the planetarium for any reason, re-entry is not allowed due to safety regulations in the darkened environment.
When & Where
O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium at Young Harris College
Young Harris College’s O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium features a state-of-the-art fulldome digital projection system, the Sky-Skan Definiti, along with a state-of-the-art GOTO Chronos Space Simulator star projector in a 40-foot dome theater with 5.1 surround sound. This unique combination represents the next generation in planetarium technology, creating an immersive and engaging image over the entire dome surface and a powerful “you-are-there” experience for the audience.
With comfortable seating for 104, Rollins Planetarium offers public shows and educational opportunities for school groups throughout the year. Rollins Planetarium was made possible through the philanthropy of Wayne and Grace Rollins.
O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium is located on the YHC campus in Young Harris. From US Highway 76/GA Highway 515, turn into the campus at the traffic light in Young Harris, then take a left at the end of the street. Rollins Planetarium is located in Maxwell Center, the second building on the left.
The 2015-2016 season at O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium features more than 30 Friday-evening public shows. Public planetarium shows, with the exception of Laser and Cosmic Concerts, include a live-narrated “seasonal stargazing” segment in addition to the featured full-dome program.
The Young Harris College Observatory features a Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and is open at 9 p.m. on the same Friday evenings the planetarium is open, if skies are clear. The observatory is located approximately 1.5 miles from campus at Twiggs Overlook on the exit road leading from Brasstown Valley Resort. Maps are available at the planetarium. Observing sessions last up to one hour.