I can barely contain my excitement today. I wanted to start the post off with some witty Beatles song references but I'll get straight to the point: If you’re anything like me and worship everything John, George, Paul, and Ringo, you should know that the Beatles laser show opens tonight at the Museum of Science.
Yes, the time has come to honor the Beatles with bright flashing lights that take over the Charles Hayden Planetarium for a show that mixes music and techno-artistry. How cool, right?!
Tickets are $9 and the show runs through the end of February. Click here for the full schedule.
See you there. (Literally — because I plan to watch it on repeat.)
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