See the Ghosts of Jupiter: Music Experience at the Museum of Science this weekend! Friday night’s show is sold out, but you still have two chances to beat the heat this Saturday night with showings at 7:30 and 9:30pm!
We’ve received some terrific coverage from the press regarding our new planetarium show! So much is coming in that we’ve created a special page for it so that everyone can follow along. Visit our new Press Page to read all about it.
The show is now playing seven days a week in the Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science. Visit our Music Experience page to view the video trailer, schedule, or buy tickets.
Alright all you rockers, we’ve waited a while but it’s finally time for our planetarium show to make it’s public debut! This weekend and next weekend you can check out the show in the Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science Boston. It’s possible that GOJ band members may be in attendance at some of these showings, you never know….here’s the schedule:
Friday, June 22nd: 5:30pm and 9:30pm
Saturday, June 23rd: 5:30pm, 7:30pm and 9:30pm
Friday, June 29th: 5:30pm and 9:30pm
Saturday, June 30th: 5:30pm, 7:30pm and 9:30pm
Starting July 5th the summer schedule goes into effect, which only means even more chances to catch the show. Visit MOS.org to buy tickets and view the schedule for any given day.
The press has been gracious with their coverage of the show and the band. We’re thrilled to have reviews/mentions from WGBH Boston, DigBoston, Relix Magazine, WZLX/Boston Emissions with Anngelle Wood, Endless Boundaries Radio, Wild Thing in Greece, and we hope to have more on the way as word starts to spread about this unique show.
Anne Mostue at WGBH got a sneak peek at Ghosts of Jupiter: Music Experience and took to the WGBH airwaves to spread the word that music entertainment shows have returned to Museum of Science Boston’s Charles Hayden Planetarium.
The piece features sound bytes from Planetarium Director David Rabkin and GOJ’s own, Johnny Trama. The three minute segment aired TWICE today on WGBH 89.7 FM; first during the morning drive, and again in the evening drive during All Things Considered.
Still floating back to Earth (or maybe Jupiter) after the fun we had at the Charles Hayden Planetarium (photo by Andy Murray). Stay tuned for more in 2012!