Light Up Your Night!

In the Dr. Phillips CineDome

Every Friday & Saturday Night, June 13 - August 16

Light and sound merge for a uniquely classic rock experience as laser light shows return to the Orlando Science Center's Dr. Phillips CineDome for a limited engagement. This summer relive the excitement or make new memories with classic rock hits and a new show line-up!

Mesmerizing lasers, intense graphics and 28,000 watts of pounding sound provide a sensory experience like no other. Whether you're experiencing this phenomenon for the first, or hundredth time, it is not to be missed.


The laser light shows playing at 9:00, 10:00 & 11:00 p.m. on Fridays & Saturdays feature classic rock content that may not be suitable for children ages 13 and younger. Parental discretion is advised. Please be aware that these shows are very loud. Ear plugs are available from the show attendants.


Show Schedule

Friday & Saturday Evenings For June 13 - August 16

9:00 p.m.Beatles
10:00 p.m. – Led Zepplin
11:00 p.m.Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon



Ticket Prices

  • First show included with paid General Admission (Night Pass or Day Pass).
  • General admission after 8:30 p.m. on Friday & Saturdays only.
  • Due to the lasers, late seating and re-entry are not permitted, please arrive 15 minutes prior to show time to ensure seating.


General Admission (After 8:30 p.m.)

All Ages, One Show – $12.00 per person per show
Additional Laser Shows – $6.00 per person

First show – Free
Additional Laser Shows – $6.00 per person per show

Reciprocal Members:
First show included in Reciprocal Upgrade – $12.00 per person per show
Additional Laser Shows – $6.00 per person per show

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