` Laser Shows - Mueller Planetarium
Mueller Planetarium
Laser Shows 2014

Admission

Each visitor must present a ticket to be admitted to the planetarium; receipts will not be accepted. The museum & planetarium are not responsible for lost or misplaced tickets. Please keep your tickets together until you are ready to enter the theater. Ticket sales end 10 minutes before show time.

Children must be at least 4 years old to be admitted.

• Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis & are available at the Morrill Hall front desk. They may be also be purchased in advance by calling 402-472-2637.

There are no refunds for tickets once a show begins.

• After regular museum hours, Morrill Hall doors open at 5:30pm for evening laser shows. Museum exhibits are closed.

Tickets

• Children (4+) & adults | $6
Matinee* | $5
*separate museum admission required for matinee shows

• Members | $4
Matinee | $3

Important

• Shows start promptly at scheduled time. For your safety, there is no entry or re-entry to the theater while the show is in progress.

• Theater doors open 10 minutes prior to show time.

• The planetarium is a dark environment with overhead motion & occasional loud sounds during a show. It is not recommended for guests who are sensitive to such conditions.

• No cell phone, camera, or video-recorder use.

• No food or drinks in the planetarium.

Safety

For your safety, if you leave the theater at show time or after you will not be allowed to return. Your eyes will not adjust quickly enough to the change in lighting between the lobby and theater if you try to return during a show or after a show has already begun. Because of these conditions, and due to the show being presented overhead, you can easily become dizzy or disoriented. You will not find your way safely to the seating area.

Caution

If you are subject to dizziness or seizures, planetarium laser shows are not recommended.

Questions?

Email us: planetarium@unl.edu

KinderBop

Friday, March 10 | 6pm
Saturday, March 11 | 11am, 12pm, 6pm

Show length: 25 minutes

It's a sing-along laser adventure with KinderBop! You'll be dancing in your seat to classic childhood songs with a delightful pop twist, like Wheels on the Bus, Old MacDonald's Farm, What Does the Fox Say, and more! This show will put you in touch with your inner child in no time!

Lasermania

Friday, March 10 | 7pm
Saturday, March 11 | 1pm, 2pm, 7pm

Show length: 40 minutes

When it's time to just rock-out and have a good time, Lasermania is the ticket. Enjoy a pure sensory adrenaline rush with a collection of the most current rock and pop hits available in any laser show on the planet. Lasermania is the pinnacle of high energy laser light shows, guaranteed to have audiences dancing in their seats.

Here's a preview!

Lasermania from Prismatic Magic on Vimeo.

Laser Led Zeppelin

Friday, March 10 | 8pm
Saturday, March 11 | 3pm, 8pm

Show length: 50 minutes

Get the Led out as lasers weave a monolithic Zeppelin experience for diehards that is a feast for both eyes and ears. Transcend time and space with laserized versions of classic Zeppelin such as the Immigrant Song, Over the Hills and Far Away, Heartbreaker, Rock and Roll, Dazed and Confused, Whole Lotta Love, and of course, Stairway to Heaven. The melding of musical and photonic troubadours has never been purer.

Here's a preview!

Laser Led Zeppelin from Prismatic Magic on Vimeo.

Lasers in Space

Sunday, March 12 | 2pm, 3pm

Show length: 45 minutes

Discover how lasers are transforming the study of astronomy and space exploration. Explore how lasers fired high into the atmosphere are now letting ground-based telescopes see distant galaxies clearly, a feat thought impossible only a few years ago. Learn why today's most advanced robotic space probes now carry laser-powered instruments, including the first 'laser gun', to map the surface of other planets and to sniff-out the chemical composition of outer space. Along the way take a few brain breaks and enjoy some of today's most out-of-this-world tunes set to dazzling laser-light.

Here's a preview!

Lasers in Space from Prismatic Magic on Vimeo.