"Led Zeppelin" coming to Windward CC's Hokulani Imaginarium

Mind-blowing music show opening February 27

Windward Community College
Bonnie J Beatson, (808) 235-7374
Marketing & Public Relations Director, Windward Community College
Mary Beth Laychak, (808) 235-7350
Imaginarium Manager , Natural Sciences, Windward Community College
Posted: Feb 8, 2013

Led Zeppelin poster
Led Zeppelin poster
For the first time ever in the islands, Windward Community College’s Hōkūlani Imaginarium will feature “Led Zeppelin” in a purely entertaining show that combines classic rock music and mind-blowing graphics in full dome digital technology.
The show debuts on Wednesday, Feb. 27, with additional shows scheduled for Wednesday, April 24, and Wednesday, June 26. Show time is 7 p.m., and tickets are $5/child (12 and under); $6/UH, military or senior (65 and up); $7/adults. The show is appropriate for Zeppelin fans of all ages. Call 235-7433 for reservations.
"Led Zeppelin" remains one of the most popular music shows, neck and neck with "Pink Floyd." The fulldome animations created for “Led Zeppelin” are the highest resolution ever made for a digital dome music show in a planetarium. Fulldome graphics bring to life Led Zeppelin’s most famous songs, including “Stairway to Heaven,” “Whole Lotta Love” and more.
“Led Zeppelin” draws the audience further into surrealistic environments than any other music entertainment show, transporting visitors into dozens of mood-provoking settings that heighten the music experience. To ensure the audience is completely transported into the world of Led Zeppelin, there will be no live sky component to the show.
About the Hōkūlani Imaginarium
Hawaiian for "starry heavens," Windward Community College’s Hōkūlani Imaginarium is a high-tech planetarium and multi-media facility. The 85-seat theatre houses a Definiti 4K fulldome system from Sky-Skan. The new Digital Sky 2 technology allows audiences to experience immersive adventures in a true 360° environment. Viewers feel like they are part of the unfolding scene, whether it is falling through a black hole, flying through Saturn’s rings or witnessing the beginnings of the universe.