Laser shows are back at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science! On the first Friday of every month, you’re invited to explore the museum after hours and take a seat in the Frost Planetarium for a show that’s quite unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. From Pink Floyd to Lady Gaga to The Beatles, we’re fusing music from some of the greatest artists of our time with mesmerizing laser light visuals, all under the 67-foot dome of the Frost Planetarium—one of the world’s most advanced!
Laser show tickets also include access to the museum’s Lunar Terrace, where you can stargaze with our telescopes from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. (weather permitting). Continue your exploration with a combo ticket (available for purchase at the onsite museum Ticket Center) that grants you access to the entire museum until 10 p.m.
Laser shows rotate throughout the year, as each event has a different lineup. Check the schedule below for upcoming dates. First Friday laser show tickets go on sale on our website three months in advance of the show date.
Available online in advance of show date:
- Admission per laser show: $10 per adult; $8 per child.
Available at the onsite museum Ticket Center on the day of the show:
- Combo ticket with one laser show and museum admission: $27.25 per adult; $19.25 per child (museum closes at 10 p.m.)
- Museum admission only (6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; does not include laser show ticket): $17.25 per adult; $11.25 per child
Each First Friday show must be purchased separately. All ticket levels include access to the museum’s Lunar Terrace (8 p.m. to 10 p.m.) Laser show admission includes laser glasses. Members receive complimentary museum admission. Membership discount not valid on laser show tickets. All other museum discounts do not apply to First Friday tickets (laser show and/or museum admission).
Friday, June 2
|7 p.m.: Symphony of the Stars (family show)||Buy Tickets|
|8 p.m.: Beatles||Buy Tickets|
|9 p.m.: Lady Gaga||Buy Tickets|
10 p.m.: Jimi Hendrix
11 p.m.: Led Zeppelin
Midnight: Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon