A new drone light show spectacular

Drone Light Show Spectacular in Wolverhampton

Evolution, an epic drone light show which promises to take audiences on a mesmerising journey through time and space, will take place this December in Wolverhampton and Bristol.

The event is brought to you by Celestial (creators of drone light shows for brands across the globe), Yuup (the local experiences company) and venue partners Seat Unique Stadium (Gloucestershire County Cricket Club) in Bristol and Wolverhampton Racecourse in the West Midlands.

A drone light show spectacular

Evolution is a visually immersive drone light show, created by Celestial, the visionary light artists behind drone shows such as this year’s Eurovision and London New Year’s Eve. Taking audiences on a mesmerising journey through time and space, the narrated story starts with the Big Bang, the explosive inception of the universe and journeys into the emergence of the sun, our solar system and the planets that inhabit it.

The cosmic voyage accompanied by an original cinematic soundtrack, guides viewers through the origins of conscious life on Earth, from the humble beginnings of single-cell organisms to the awe-inspiring reign of the dinosaurs and culminates in a celebration of the diverse tapestry of life
on Earth today.

Drone Light Show Spectacular in Wolverhampton

Evolution magnificently intertwines narrative with themes of transformation, growth and the perpetual dance of change. Immersing attendees in an epic-scale theatrical event that fuses cutting-edge technology and creativity to spark the imagination and stir the soul.

Attendees will experience the very latest in creative entertainment for all ages with this new, spellbinding show and celebration of the living world.

Evolution is a captivating homage to the past, celebration of the present and glimpse into the horizons of the future.

Drone Light Show Spectacular in Wolverhampton

An experience for all ages to enjoy

The event itself is suitable for the whole family and for all ages to enjoy. In addition to the main show, event-goers can revel in festive fun with fairground rides, music and a food village with local traders.

John Hopkins, Celestial co-founder & Chief Creative Officer comments: “Evolution has been three years in the making. This is so much more than a drone light show, it’s an experience with stadium scale, created to bring audiences together using a new medium to tell the story of time”.

Dominic Mills, Founder & CEO of Yuup adds: “We’re hugely excited to be partnering with Celestial to bring this unique spectacle to the people of Bristol and the West Midlands and at such an epic scale! This kind of show will offer a brand-new source of winter entertainment unlike anything
anyone has ever seen, encouraging people to look up and reconnect with the world”.

Paul Vesper, Executive Director of Wolverhampton Racecourse states: “We are so pleased to be partnering with Celestial and Yuup on this first-of-its-kind event. Being able to bring this show to Wolverhampton is incredibly exciting and we can’t wait to share the experience with our

Neil Priscott, Chief Operations Officer, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club comments: “Bristol is home to many fantastic events and we’re so excited to be able to be a part of bringing something genuinely unique to our vibrant city!”

The events take place this December at Wolverhampton Racecourse, on 14th December in the West Midlands, supported by the City of Wolverhampton Council, and at Seat Unique Stadium, home of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club, on 21st December in Bristol.

Get involved

For those keen to secure a ticket to one of these spellbinding winter shows, they can be purchased at www.yuup.co/evolution.

Or for your chance to win a pair of tickets enter below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Competition closes on 4th November – t&c’s apply.

Last Updated on 8 months by Lavania Oluban

1 thought on “A new drone light show spectacular”

What do you think? Leave your comments below:

Discover more from The Amazing Adventures of Me

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading