LUMA event organizers are sharing some exciting new additions to this year’s event.
With the 4th Annual LUMA Projection Arts Festival just a couple weeks away, the founders unveiled some of their new attractions.
Along with the lights show there will be a performance of Opera and Beer, an E-styles LED bracelet workshop for kids, mural mappings, and a late night afterglow party for those eighteen and older.
Opera and beer allows event goers to take in opera music in a unique setting while enjoying some local craft beers.
Tri-Cities Opera Director of Community Engagement Andrea Gregori says this is a great chance for people to get introduced to the music.
“It’s a wonderful way for them to experience these young and very attractive singers in an intimate settings. And to experience it in a different way, something that is outside the Opera House something that is not quite as stuffy or intimidating,” she says.
There will also be a multi-media performance by local musician Eric Ross at Christ Church across from the Lost Dog where he’ll be playing on his theremin, an electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact by the performer.
The three day LUMA Festival kicks off on Friday September 7th.