When I went with my son’s second grade class from Blue Ridge Elementary school to Rollins Planetarium, we got a glimpse of what the Led Zeppelin Cosmic Concert would be like! The kids were pretending to play electric guitar in their seats, couldn’t sit still and all said, “we have got to come back for that!”
If you love the music of Led Zeppelin and a good cosmic concert, make plans on Friday night April 12, 19 & 26 at 7 & 8 p.m. Led Zeppelin’s cosmic laser concert remains one of the most popular music shows ever performed in planetariums. Now you can see it as a fulldome video extravaganza! This one-of-a-kind concert is guaranteed to transport the audience into a series of fantastical and surrealistic settings, taking visitors on a captivating journey led by this legendary rock band.
The motions are calculated to heighten the transportive feeling, drawing audiences deeper into the ever-changing landscape of sight and sound. The soundtrack includes Led Zeppelin classics such as “Kashmir,” “Black Dog,” “Over the Hills and Far Away,” “Stairway to Heaven” and “Rock and Roll.” Cosmic Concerts contain loud music, flashing lights, spinning stars and other effects that some may find disruptive. However, if this sounds enjoyable to you, come visit on one of these Friday nights! Plan to rock it out in the North Georgia Mountains!!