A planned Lumenocity-style light and art festival will span 20 city blocks and four days next October. Organizers say BLINK Cincinnati could attract half a million visitors to Cincinnati from Oct. 12-15, 2017.
The fourth Lumenocity light and music show this weekend presents new challenges – instead of capturing the sights and sounds outside Music Hall, radio and TV producers and directors will be broadcasting a live show from inside Taft Theatre.
People who have tickets to Lumenocity shouldn't be worried about rain stopping the show. Cincinnati Symphony and Pops spokesperson Meghan Berneking says the event will go on, even if it has to wait for a storm to pass.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra has announced the popular “Lumenocity” event will be returning to Washington Park in August for a third year. But unlike the previous two concerts, this year people will have to pay to attend.
The 2015 “Lumenocity” will take place for five-nights from August 5 through 9. It features a 3-D image projection mapping on the front of Music Hall choreographed to music performed by the CSO.
The Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestra's Chris Pinelo calls LumenoCity a beautiful marriage of incredible orchestral music and remarkable technology and animation. About 5,000 people gathered at Washington Park for Thursday night's rehearsal of the CSO's annual music and light show.