This summer’s big interactive experience in Miami is H2OMBRE, a multi-sensory show with aerial acrobatics set to an electronic music score and visuals on projection screens, with 6,000 gallons of water pumped across the stage.
The world premiere runs at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County in downtown Miami, July 18-Aug. 31. Tickets are $50-$85.
The experience begins on the Center’s loading dock, which will be transformed into an industrial-themed main entrance. The audience will be invited onto the stage, while the show unfolds in front of, behind, and high above. Afterward, Miami DJs will keep the party going with an energetic post-show party.