Ghosts of Jupiter: Music Experience
Charles Hayden Planetarium – Boston, MA
Museum of Science
A rock-and-roll journey, Ghosts of Jupiter: Music Experience takes you on a fantastic ride into the outer reaches of the mind.
Celebrating the release of their self-titled album Ghosts of Jupiter, the Boston-bred rock quintet has partnered with the Museum of Science to create a new, eye-popping music entertainment show in the museum's Charles Hayden Planetarium.
“...takes a post-Pixar leap beyond those old Floyd and Zeppelin
laser shows. Yet the music stands as an equally fresh experience...”
–Paul Robicheau, THE IMPROPER BOSTONIAN
“...it's a visual masterpiece of computer animation that
zigs, zags, and zooms the audience around.”
–Maggie Hollander, BOSTON MUSIC SPOTLIGHT
“Laser light shows based on Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin albums are popular all around the country, but this new Ghosts of Jupiter show uses raw Boston talent and resources to blow them out of the water.”
–Cara Giaimo, RYAN'S SMASHING LIFE
“It's a great relationship for all the right reasons, exposing the planetarium to a new audience (or recalling those who might have attended the theater years ago), exposing one of Boston's most impressive rock bands and allowing WZLX the opportunity to be involved with a unique and, dare I say it, very cool event.”
–Carter Alan, WZLX FM [As heard on WZLX ]