‘Imiloa Astronomy Center presents Full Dome Show! The Dark Side Of The Moon: 50 Years In A Heartbeat, Feb. 16

ʻImiloa will present, “The Dark Side Of The Moon: 50 Years In A Heartbeat,” Feb. 16, in the center’s newly enhanced planetarium.

PINK FLOYD THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON: 50 YEARS IN A HEARTBEATʻImiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaiʻi will present, “The Dark Side Of The Moon: 50 Years In A Heartbeat,” on the evening of Friday, Feb. 16, 2024, in the center’s newly enhanced planetarium. There will be two showings.

Don’t miss this special planetarium program created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side Of The Moon” and the first planetarium experience sanctioned and approved by this groundbreaking and timeless band.

Program Times

5:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m.

Admission

$12, members

$18, general public

For tickets, call 808-932-8901 or visit our front desk during our operating hours.

About ʻImiloa

ʻImiloa Astronomy Center’s mission is to share the legacy of Hawaiʻi exploration in many fields through a wide range of exhibits, community outreach, programs, and other forms of informal science education. The center is distinctive in it’s architectural structures of conical-shaped buildings that house a welcoming lobby, exhibit hall, full-dome planetarium, café, and gift shop. The center is surrounded by nine acres of native gardens.

ʻImiloa is located at UH Hilo’s University Park of Science and Technology, 600 ʻImiloa Place, off Komohana and Nowelo streets.

Gardens at Imiloa