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The Epic Dragon Light Show is created & designed by Eric Joseph of Erock Innovations. It features LED theatrical lighting, moving lights, kinetic lights, LED pixels, lasers, video, cold sparks, fog, fire, & water. The concept is similar to that of an epic light display for a concert or Las Vegas show, but without the performers. You will be immersed in an audio-visual spectacle as lights & special effects dance to the epic soundtrack which includes pirate & western themed songs that will take you on an emotional & mesmerizing journey. Run time is about 80 minutes with one intermission. The show is designed by Eric Joseph, engineered by Greg Gjerde & programmed by Parker Cleary. Loud music & intense special effects, featuring rapid lighting changes that are frequent. It is recommended that people who have known conditions with light induced seizures, asthma, a hard time breathing, or loud music not attend. It is recommended you make reservations EARLY by calling SHORELINE THEATER at (989) 739-3586 & specify the number of tickets you want in each category, date & time you want to attend. Staff will call you back within 3 business days to confirm your reservation. You may also reserve by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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