Psychedelic Symphony

10feb3:30 pm8:00 pmPsychedelic SymphonyHeritage Park

Event Details

The team behind Long Beach’s Happy Sundays Music Fest is taking the concept of “immersive experience” to new heights with Psychedelic Symphony, a visual, auditory and culinary experience for art lovers of all ages. Inspired by Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience and Jean-Michel Basquiat – King Pleasure, Psychedelic Symphony will bring together the best of Long Beach, with a musical performance featuring musicians from the Long Beach Symphony, music arrangements by the brilliant Eyvind Kang and visuals by world-renowned painter, Mad Alchemy. To top it off, the performance will be held at Heritage Farm, Long Beach’ first Michelin Star restaurant.

Working alongside acclaimed arranger and CalArts Faculty Eyvind Kang, Long Beach Symphony will perform an an eclectic mix of multi-faceted renditions by the 1960’s French cult favorite Serge Gainsbourg and Italian movie composer Ennio Morricone as well as beloved classics like “As Time Goes By” from Casablanca.

This performance is a treat for those accustomed to the giant halls typical to symphonic performances. Psychedelic Symphony taking place at the intimate, Heritage Farm will elevate the guests’ experience because the surrounding visuals will transport guests to feel as if the music is all around them.

Ticket price includes:

Three course tasting menu with open beer & wine bar by Heritage

Performance featuring Long Beach Symphony musicians and, Julia, Kugel, Alice Sandahl, Cole Berliner, & Scott Montoya

Immersive visuals by Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show

Artist’s reception to follow performance

** Please note tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE, but may be transferred with coordination through Heritage restaurant **

** This is a substance free event. Persons whom are under the influence may be subject to removal without refund **

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Time

(Saturday) 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm(GMT+00:00)

Location

Heritage Park

1336 Gladys Avenue

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