Laser light shows featuring the music of KISS, VAN HALEN, AC/DC, AEROSMITH, BLACK SABBATH and dozens of other rock and pop acts will be staged at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach, Florida beginning this Tuesday (June 1) and running through Aug. 7, according to The Daytona Beach News-Journal.
Laser light shows were a staple at the museum's planetarium in the 1980s, but the high cost of maintaining the projection system brought an end to those shows in 1990, said Susan Cerbone, museum communications manager.
Advances in technology have brought the laser "concerts" back. The music shows will be at 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays, beginning this Tuesday and running through Aug. 7.
Upcoming laser music shows include:
* June 22-26 — "Fright Light" featuring 14 songs including "Iron Man", "Monster Mash", "Purple People Eater", "Frankenstein" and "Devil Went Down to Georgia".
* July 27-31 — "Laser Vinyl" featuring classic arena-band songs by AEROSMITH, KISS, QUEEN, VAN HALEN, AC/DC, JOURNEY and others.
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