Drones are back at Adelaide Fringe in 2023, following on from the award-winning show Sky Song comes Electric Skies, a multi sensory light, sound and drone spectacular, launching 500 drones over one hundred metres into the night sky.
Across two unforgettable nights, see the skies over Pakapakanthi/Victoria Park light up with a multi-sensory, electrifying drone show woven with First Nations language and traditional songs. Electric Skies will feature specially made music from the Electric Fields duo Zaachariaha Fielding and Michael Ross, with Zaachariaha’s paintings also inspiring many of the drone animations in the sky.
Electric Skies collaborators include Electric Fields, Gluttony, Adelaide Fringe, Drone Sky Shows, Novatech, AEDA and the APY Collective.
Electric Skies Show Schedule at Pakapakanthi / Victoria Park, Adelaide:
5:00PM - Gates open - Food and Drinks available to purchase
8.00PM - Live music by Nathan May
8:20pm - No entry permitted to the site after this time due to Civil Aviation Regulations
8.50PM - Multi sensory light, sound and drone show begins
9.20PM - Show ends and Live music by Nathan May
Audiences are invited to bring along a picnic rug or low-back chair.
Drinks and food can be purchased at the venue when gates open from 6 pm. No BYO alocoholic beverages are permitted.
Being an outdoor event, Electric Skies is an all-weather experience. Ticket holders are advised to check the weather report before attending and wear appropriate clothing. Umbrellas are permitted.
If weather does not permit the drones to launch, the full sound and light show will still go ahead.
Presented by: Gluttony & Adelaide Fringe
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