MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s described as summer’s biggest spectacle. Heart-pumping electronic music, aerial acrobatics, extravagant visuals, and more than 6,000 gallons of water are about to transform the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts into an alternate universe where the audiences step onto the stage and are engulfed in a 360 degree experience.
The Argentine show H2OMBRE is a state-of-the-art extravaganza where audiences follow the show’s heroes on those giant 3D screens as they engage in epic battles with mythical beasts and brave the elements.
Driven by imagery and sound rather than language, H2OMBRE follows the journey of an artist as he travels into the world of the imagination, encountering beings and creatures that just may wind up in his work of art.
Giant inflatable “monsters” are part of the show, as are the giant projections and animation that blend with the work of the actors performing aerial choreography.
Audiences will enjoy a club-like atmosphere before and after the show with drinks, food and a live DJ.
If you don’t like getting wet, ponchos will be for sale and VIP tickets come with a waterproof cellphone cover.
Don’t wear anything that will get ruined if it gets wet and no purses are allowed. Only backpacks and cross-body bags are permitted.
This splashy, immersive show will preview on Thursday at the Arsht Center and get its official world premiere on Friday.
Shows run until Sunday, August 31st.
Tickets run between $50-$85.
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