Acclaimed experiential theme park, Wisdome LA, will host a four-night festival of live, immersive musical experiences dedicated to Pink Floyd’s iconic album, Dark Side Of The Moon, and to the music of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead from November 7th-10th.
On November 7th and 8th, the popular, new full dome music and art venue in the downtown Los Angeles arts district will transform into a 360-degree virtual reality experience for “Dark Side Of The Dome ft. Think:EXP,” combining musical art and eye-popping visuals with 3D sound, as an all-star band THINK:EXP play Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon album in its entirety.
THINK:EXP is a 10-piece band comprised of world-renowned musicians, including Pink Floyd’s own Scott Page and Roberta Freeman, as well as Stephen Perks (Jane’s Addiction), Kenny Olson (Kid Rock, Hendrix Experience), and Norwood Fisher (Fishbone), who will give attendees an all-new, mind-bending live experience using astounding 3D visuals, incorporating the work of visionary artist, Android Jones.
The festival will then continue on November 9th and 10th with a Wisdome LA and Kentyah joint production of the second installment of “Dead In The Dome”, featuring Melvin Seals & JGB, Steve Kimock, and DJ Logic. The group will celebrate the music and art of Jerry Garcia in a 360-degree live concert experience.
“Dead In The Dome” will feature world-class jams surrounding a 360-degree virtual reality experience, replete with mind-blowing VR quality visuals of Jerry Garcia’s original art, as well as work by Android Jones, a Shakedown Street, and more.
Guests are encouraged to come as early as 5 p.m. to experience Wisdome’s Samskara Exhibition by Android Jones. The immersive art exhibition evokes life’s evolving journey and its impactful flow of actions, ideas, choices, and emotions. Floyd and Dead tickets include entry to both the art exhibition and the night’s themed show.