Event: Lumenocity

Lumenocity, the light and music architectural mapping spectacle projected onto Music Hall, is back for a third round, promising to be the perfect crescendo to your summer.

Lumenocity, the light and music architectural mapping spectacle projected onto Music Hall, is back for a third round, promising to be the perfect crescendo to your summer. Live Classical music, opera and ballet from the Cincinnati Pops, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, May Festival Chorus and Cincinnati Ballet Second Company coalesce in this radiant extravaganza — which, after seeing 35,000 people arrive in 2013, is now charging a fee. Tickets were distributed through a random ticket purchase lottery and are now sold out, but the good news is you can still catch parts of the show from Lumenocity Village in Washington Park, a free alternative that brings together local bands, food and crafts — not to mention Rhinegeist’s Glow Lumenocity Pale Ale — for an open-air fest with a bit of a view. This year’s illustrated projections will be choreographed to live musical pieces that range from repertoire classics to Bruce Springsteen and the main theme from Back to the Future.


Gates/Village open at 4 p.m. Wednesday-Friday and 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Performances begin at 8:30 p.m. (live projection mapping starts around 9:40 p.m.). Wednesday night’s performance is a dress rehearsal. Washington Park, 1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, lumenocity2015.com


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