MESMERICA 360: A Visual Music Journey

When:
June 1, 2019 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
2019-06-01T17:00:00-05:00
2019-06-01T18:00:00-05:00
Where:
UNT Environmental Sciences Bldg.
1704 W Mulberry St
Denton
TX 76201
Cost:
$12 - $39
Contact:

James Hood Presents:

MESMERICA 360: A Visual Music Journey

A mind-expanding 360 projection fulldome show with 5.1 surround soundtrack

“I want ‘Mesmerica’ to inspire you into taking a journey with me inside the mind, to engage your senses and feelings with a miraculous alchemy of sound and light!” — James Hood


PLEASE DIRECT ALL CUSTOMER SERVICE INQUIRIES TO OUR MESMERICA BOX OFFICE TEAM AT WWW.MESMERICA.COM WHO ARE STANDING BY.


In these fast-paced, and often challenging times, music and art can provide us with relief from stress, and provide us with a sense of peace, tranquility, and renewal.

Experience the magic of this 360 degree immersive art and music cinema experience in the Sky Theater at the University of North Texas.

Mesmerica is a visual music journey that brings the mesmerizing music of Grammy-nominated composer and percussionist, James Hood together with visually-hypnotic, 3D animated art curated from artists around the world to create an immersive, transcendent experience designed to soothe the mind and stimulate the senses.

Mesmerica premiered at the Fleet Planetarium in San Diego, California in June 2018 to two sold-out audiences and has been consistently filling venues with ongoing performances since October.


About James Hood:
James Hood is renowned as a vital and versatile musical pioneer. His lengthy and varied musical resume includes playing drums in The Pretenders, an ongoing two-decades-plus run as mastermind of the visionary ambient/electronica act Moodswings, and an expansive array of production and soundtrack projects.

In 2014, James launched the album Ceremony, an exploration of a uniquely mesmeric melodic instrument — the PanArt Hang. The “sonic incense” of this recording spoke to fans of ambient artists such as Brian Eno, Phillip Glass and those seeking a peaceful time-slowing soundtrack. Ceremony was a resounding success, introducing tens of thousands of listeners to a compelling sonic experience, and reaching #1 on World and New Age charts in US and Canada. James repeated that success once again with the release of Pure Ceremony in 2015.​

The story now continues with the global release of James third album, Mesmerica. This new two disc album finds James further deepening his sonic explorations, adding additional instrumentation and rhythmic textures to his now signature soundscapes.

For more information visit www.jameshood.com.


FRIDAY SHOWS
6pm Show
Doors Open at Venue: 5:30pm
VIP Early Access: 5:30-5:45pm
General Admission Seating: 5:45
Show Begins Promptly: 6pm

9pm Show
Doors Open at Venue: 8:30pm
VIP Early Access: 8:30-8:45pm
General Admission Seating: 8:45
Show Begins Promptly: 9pm

SATURDAY SHOWS
5pm Show
Doors Open at Venue: 4:30pm
VIP Early Access: 4:30-4:45pm
General Admission Seating: 4:45pm
Show Begins Promptly: 5:00pm

8:00pm Show
VIP Early Access: 7:30-7:45pm
General Admission Seating: 7:45pm
Show Begins Promptly: 8:00pm
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The Mesmerica Show is 1 hour long


The Sky Theater
The Sky Theater @ UNT is located in the Environmental Sciences Building on the University of North Texas campus in Denton, TX. This unique 100 seat, 40-foot domed theater features the Digistar V projection system that can reproduce tonight’s sky with digital precision.

Spend some quality time with your family, or feed your thirst for knowledge by coming to the show and experiencing our full-color, HD projection system. It can make you feel like you are traveling to nearby stars, taking a celestial roller coaster, or winding through a field of electrons within an atom.

The planetarium presents a variety of entertaining and educational programs for schools, the university and the general public. For more information browse through our links in the sidebar.

For more information visit: http://astronomy.unt.edu/sky-theater


Parking Information:
The Sky Theater @ UNT is located in the Environmental Sciences Building on the University of North Texas campus in Denton, TX at 1704 W. Mulberry St.

Cars, Vans, and Small Busses

If you are visiting on the weekend after 5pm, parking is free. If you are visiting during the week, you will need to purchase a Visitor’s Parking Permit. These permits are $5.00 each and can be purchased online, see Purchase Parking Permit Online topic below. These passes are good for ALL Eagle (E) Lots in addition to any spots marked visitor. The closest parking is located on the west side of the building in Lot FS-11. FS-10 and E-8 are also close. See Parking Map.

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