Free sky observing begins at sunset at the Virginia Living Museum (weather permitting). At 6:30 p.m. in the planetarium, see the VLM's newest laser-light-and-music show, "Electrolaze." Experience electronic dance music by artists like MSTRKRFT and John Legend, Daft Punk, and Tiesto. We guarantee you’ll be dancing in your seat! (Program is family-friendly; inappropriate song lyrics have been eliminated or blanked.)Recommended for ages 6 and up. Then it's back to astronomy in the planetarium with a tour of the current night sky in "Virginia Skies"at 7:30. Evening in the planetarium continues with three more laser-and-music shows: "Laser Mania" at 8:30, "Laser Aerosmith" at 10, and "Pink Floyd's The Wall" at 11:30. Planetarium shows are $6 each, or $10 for two.
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