"Laser Metallica" light show premiers at Rowan Planetarium

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The laser light show "Laser Metallica" premiers on Saturday night, July 7, at the Edelman Planetarium at Rowan University.

Rock's hardest-hitting music and some of Laser Fantasy's most powerful spe

The laser light show "Laser Metallica" premiers on Saturday night, July 7, at the Edelman Planetarium at Rowan University.

Rock's hardest-hitting music and some of Laser Fantasy's most powerful special effects combine in the definitive heavy-metal laser show. The play list includes such classic Metallica songs as "Fade to Black," "Master of Puppets," "Welcome Home" and more. The planetarium's high-power laser, coupled with a professional multi-track sound system, will take viewers on a 50-minute trip filled with dazzling action.

The public star show "Images of the Infinite: The Hubble Space Telescope" continues to play at 7 p.m.; "Laser Metallica" follows at 8:30 p.m. every Saturday night through the end of July.

These are separate shows, and they require separate ticket purchases. Admission fees are $5 for adults, $3 for Rowan students with ID, $3 for children younger than 13 and $3 for adults older than 60. Tickets for either or both shows go on sale in the lobby of the Science Hall at 6:45 p.m. Further information can be found on the planetarium's Web site at http://www.rowan.edu/planetarium/ or at the show information phone line at 856-256-LITE (5483).

The Edelman Planetarium is the result of a generous gift from Rowan alumni Fredric and Jean Edelman.

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