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Celebrate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing at Motorpoint Arena

3 June 19 words: Emma Walsh

This July marks fifty years since the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing. Whether you’re a fan of all things space or whether you’re just looking for something a bit different to do on a Saturday night, this is the one for you…

Secret Symphony’s 50-Piece Limelight Orchestra are a contemporary orchestra who perform current music bound to get you bobbing along to their brass. They’ll be heading to Motorpoint Arena to perform some star-spangled covers of songs from some bigguns in the music bizz to celebrate one of the biggest scientific events in history – we’re talking Coldplay, Muse, Beach House, ELO, Pink Floyd, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Public Service Broadcasting, Jamiroquai, Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, Elton John, and the Starman himself, David Bowie. Expect an edgy twist on everyone’s favourites.

But that’s not all. The Limelight Orchestra will be playing alongside a spectacular light and special effects show, guaranteed to get you oohing and aahing. NASA footage will also be shown throughout the performance, a glimpse into where it all started, with contraptions and rockets and even bleddy astronauts. But it’s the fantastic 3D Hologram show that will complete the event and we’re sure you’ll agree that it sounds cracking.

Head over to Motorpoint Arena website sharpish to guarantee your place at this unmissable events; tickets start off at just £28.40.

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