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ROCK THE DOME Joins the Roster for SPRING BREAK at Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

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Written by: Reuben H. Fleet Science Center
Date: March 27, 2012

ROCK THE DOME Is an interactive digital concert featuring some of the greatest bands of all time.

  

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San Diego, March 27, 2012 -- Take a trip as we ROCK THE DOME - get whirled on animated flights through space and fantasy landscapes, spinning abstract art and never-ending tunnels and passageways, all synched to awesome classic rock music. The dazzling imagery of mesmerizing retro graphics and full-dome CG is a flashback to another era -- pumped through our 16,000-watt digital surround sound system in 32 million pixels on a 76-foot dome -- and you help choose which song comes next! The Beatles or Rolling Stones? Led Zeppelin or Metallica? U2 or Pink Floyd?

ROCK THE DOME is an interactive digital concert featuring some of the greatest bands of all time. A mix of classic rock selections from the late 60's through the early 90's, it's much more than a soundtrack, featuring interludes and vignettes of the sights and sounds that symbolized the evolution of rock history. Pulsating graphics fill the screen while the Dome's state-of-the-art sound system play your favorites like you've never heard them before. Sit back and relax as you become completely immersed in a 360-degree swirl of imagery and music.

And … the audience helps DJ! At every show, audiences get to vote for which rock classic plays next. Each show features a unique playlist partially determined by your votes! They're all here - artists include The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Metallica, U2, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith, Van Halen, The Doors, AC/DC, Rush, Jimi Hendrix, Midnight Oil, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Emerson, Lake and Palmer. A one-of-a-kind musical experience you won't want to miss -- come see what all the excitement is about!

ROCK THE DOME at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center Heikoff Dome Theater began performances earlier this month and will play Saturday, March 31 at 7PM & 8PM, through Spring Break -- April 2-3-5-at 7PM and April 6-7 at 7PM & 8PM; April 14 at 7PM & 8PM and April 21 at 7PM; and will join our regular roster of IMAX® films and digital shows as well. Tickets are $8 for members, $10 for general public.

http://www.rhfleet.org/site/imax/rock-the-dome/index.cfm

About the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center ("the Fleet") is home to Southern California's only IMAX® Dome Theater and 100+ hands-on science exhibits for all ages. Watch immersive giant-screen films in the Heikoff Dome Theater, featuring the world's first NanoSeam™ Dome screen in an IMAX Theater. The Fleet is the first Giant Dome Theater in the country to share a digital planetarium with an IMAX Dome theater, following the recent installation of a new, state-of-the-art, giant dome screen digital GSX™ system from Global Immersion, which augments the existing IMAX® projector in the Heikoff Dome Theater with one of the most comprehensive and powerful fulldome experiences available today. The digital system not only enhances our planetarium capabilities but expands the possibilities for sustainable institutional programming that could include evening programming with cultural content of various kinds. Experience seven galleries of fun, interactive exhibits, including major traveling exhibitions. A hurricane simulator thrills visitors with gusts of wind up to 80 miles per hour. Enjoy sandwiches, salads and healthy treats in Galileo's Café. Find unique educational toys and games, books, IMAX DVDs and more in the North Star Science Store. Located at 1875 El Prado, two blocks south of the San Diego Zoo on Park Blvd, the Fleet Science Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the public understanding and enjoyment of science and technology. For information regarding current admission prices, please call (619) 238-1233 or visit our website at www.rhfleet.org.

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