Once again Urban 15 and Laser Spectacles took command of the Lila Cockrell Theater in the newly renovated San Antonio Convention Center for two days of laser light shows performed for thousands of school children. We set up a total of 13 lasers and carefully positioned the beam effects between the balconies. We created many […]
This annual event is presented by Urban-15 for the benefit of thousands of schoolchildren who are bused in to see the show from around the city. This year’s Holiday Laser Show was going to be bigger and better then ever – the venue was Lila Cockrell Theater, the large multi-balcony theater in the San Antonio […]
This was a big one for us – it had been too cold the year before to perform this laser show, and we were determined to get it right. Fortunately, the weather was perfect, warm and balmy during the days and just a little chilly at night. Tonight’s laser show was the kickoff for the […]
Well, clearly the event was going to be moved indoors – no one even considered holding it outdoors this year. The weather forecast was nothing but rain and cold. So our venue was the McAllen Convention Center, and we were to provide a laser wonderland for people to enter into the building and the festivities, […]
Sights and Sounds of Christmas is one of the most successful holiday festivals to be found anywhere! The event covers two sides of the San Marcos River right in downtown San Marcos. It offers a sparkling night time experience with something for everyone, from carnival rides to the historic “Bethlehem Village”. The main stage is […]
This was a community event held on a Sunday evening at the Student Activity Center. The event featured food (some of the best tortilla soup and grilled cheese sandwiches ever!) and appearances from a variety of entertainers for the kids and to raise money for charitable organizations. Laser Spectacles provided the grand finale laser show […]
Laser Spectacles spent an enchanting weekend performing at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Stafford, Texas (just SW of Houston) for the Indian New Year celebration.
We headed back to McAllen this time with a brand new thirty minute laser show ready to go! The weather was perfect, and the people friendly. The City of McAllen decided to move the laser show in the overall program, to 11:28 PM, 32 minutes before midnight, and we would do a countdown into the New Year of 2012!
When we look at a site for the first time, we are always keeping an eye open for what buildings are in the area.
Buildings can be the most stable and reliable laser screens, and often have a historical connection with the community that adds an extra dimension to the laser show. Plus, lasers can project very, very large, and we are looking for something to showcase that impressive ability – often the right building will add a substantial WOW factor to the laser show. And that is something that everyone is looking for!