Pink Floyd’s iconic album ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’, originally released in March 1973, is celebrating 50 years, and what better place to celebrate and experience it than in a Planetarium, through music and the images. With the help of modern technology, the band has embraced the idea of a show that combines stunning views of the solar system and beyond, played in 42 minutes of surround sound.
Each song has a different theme; some project a world in a futuristic key and others are a retro acknowledgment of the visual history of Pink Floyd. All related to an experience of time and space, adopting state-of-the-art technology that only a Planetarium can offer. A truly immersive and immersive visual and surround sound pleasure that will transcend reality and take you far beyond the realms of the 2D experience.
Exclusive 42-minute audiovisual show that combines images of the solar system and the remastered 5.1 version of ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’, from Pink Floyd’s iconic album.
It is the observation area of the Astronomical Park of Montsec where visitors can learn about the various instruments there. And if the weather permits, observe some of the most outstanding objects in the sky: during the day, the Sun, and at night, the Moon, the planets, nebulae, galaxies…among others.