For more information please contact: For Immediate Release:
Corey DrentSlatkow & Husak, SFSM, 561- 370-7723 November 28, 2010
Newly Renovated High-Tech Planetarium Premieres 3-D Holiday Show
Holiday classic songs featured with 360-degree animation
WEST PALM BEACH-The newly renovated Marvin Dekelboum Planetarium is ringing in the holidays with a new, state-of-the-art show, Holiday Music Magic. The family-friendly film, premiering November 28th through January 4th, utilizes the planetarium’s 360-degree projection capabilities, along with surround sound and stunning, 3-D Computer Generated Imagery.
Visitors will enjoy holiday music hits from the past and present including a variety of songs from Mannheim Steamroller and Burl Ives to Brenda Lee and Kurt Bestor. The soundtrack is visually choreographed with 3-D artistic animation, real-time performance elements, and all-dome scenery that surrounds the audience in a world of Yule time delights.
Holiday Music Magic was created by the Clark Planetarium Productions in Salt Lake City, Utah. The show is designed for theaters like the Marvin Dekelboum Planetarium which feature the most advanced digital technology in the world. Visitors can experience the immersive entertainment in this charming new show, exciting for all ages.
Holiday Music Magic runs daily at 1pm from November 28th through January 4th at the South Florida Science Museum. Tickets are $4 for adults, $2 for children ages 3-12, in addition to Museum admission. Children under age 3 and Museum members receive free admission.
ABOUT THE SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE MUSEUM: Incorporated in 1959, The South Florida Science Museum has served as the premiere hands-on educational discovery center for residents and visitors throughout South Florida. Housing a planetarium, aquarium, interactive galleries and traveling exhibitions, the Museum welcomes more than 125,000 visitors a year and reaches more than 55,000 students each year through formal science classes. The Science Museum is located at 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach in the north end of Dreher Park. Admission is $11.95 adults, $10.45 seniors and $8.95 children. For more information on The South Florida Science Museum please contact (561) 832-1988 or www.sfsm.org