‘Twist and Shout’ at Adventure Science Center’s Sudekum Planetarium
Second Saturday brings full show lineup
NASHVILLE, April 30, 2015—Enjoy a variety of short fulldome presentations from finalists in the annual DomeFest film festival, learn what can be seen in the night skies over Nashville, or get grooving with a Cosmic Concert featuring classic summer tunes during this month’s Second Saturday on May 9 at the Sudekum Planetarium!
Second Saturday schedule:
6 p.m. – Dome Club Nashville presents Home Grown Dome
Home Grown Dome is a compilation of 14 short works created by students, artists and animators from around the world. These pieces were finalists from annual DomeFest fulldome film festivals from 2004-2009. Watch the trailer to get a taste of the wide variety of media represented in this presentation.
7 p.m. – Skies Over Nashville
Tour what’s up in the sky tonight! From constellations to planets and more, viewers will have the chance to see what they can see in the skies above their own backyards. Ask questions and make requests during this live, interactive tour of the sky! Ask to be immersed in a black hole or what the Sun looks like on a given day or watch the birth of a star – the opportunities are almost as endless as our universe!
8:30 p.m. – Summer Laze
Celebrate summer fun in the Sudekum Planetarium from a beautiful day to a good good night: traveling everywhere, surfing, and much more. Featuring summer favorites such as the Beach Boys and Katy Perry, there’s a little taste of summertime for everyone.
9:30 p.m. – Laser Beatles
Take the whole family on a magical mystery tour with John, Paul, George, and Ringo in the Sudekum Planetarium where the iconic music of The Beatles is accompanied by brilliant lasers, digital effects and millions of stars. Get ready to twist and shout until you cause a revolution.
10:30 p.m. – That (mostly) 70s Laser Show
Not a thing to do, but rock with you during this throwback favorite featuring some of the hottest music from the 1970s (and slightly beyond). Bring your best air guitar skills to perform the sounds of Kiss, Van Halen, Boston, AC/DC, Aerosmith and Pink Floyd.
Tickets for Skies Over Nashville are $6 for non-members and $3 for members, while Dome Club Nashville and Cosmic Concerts are $8/show for non-members and $6/show for members. Tickets are available at the door or at the admission desk on the day of the event.
About Adventure Science Center
For nearly 70 years, Adventure Science Center has brought science to life for students, teachers and families in Middle Tennessee, Southern Kentucky, Northern Alabama and beyond. The Center offers hands-on, interactive exhibits and engaging programs that encourage visitors of all ages to explore how science is relevant in their lives. Adventure Science Center encourages imagination and curiosity in a fun, dynamic learning environment. For more information, call (615) 862-5160 or visit www.adventuresci.org.