Luna Park, Sydney’s iconic theme park, has unveiled its top-secret $15m attraction that is set to bring the venue into the future.
Dream Circus is a world-first immersive experience located inside the Big Top set to open its doors on December 22.
The spectacle, which includes floor-to-ceiling screens, holograms and a spatially mapped audio system, is expected to attract 50,000 visitors within its first summer.
Created in Sydney by homegrown creative specialists and technicians, including Artists in Motion, TDC and Auditoria, Dream Circus is a 45-minute narrative journey that wraps around the entire 3000sq m space, transporting audience members to another world.
The Big Top has been remodelled to feature the latest in audiovisual technology, including state-of-the-art Barco projections and motion-activated LED screens to create a 360-degree experience.
“We are proud to build for Sydney, one of the most technically advanced environments in the country. The result will be a venue without equal – capable of featuring the best immersive experiences, never-before-seen immersive live music and special events,” Luna Park chief executive John Hughes said.
“As a world-class amusement park we need to be more than rides, and expanding our depth of offering through world-class immersive experiences will mean that Sydneysiders won’t have to travel the globe to experience these incredible environments.
“We want to be a reliable, magical and affordable destination for all generations of Sydneysiders and visitors to our city.”
Tickets for the Dream Circus experience are priced at $35 for children and $45 for adults and can be purchased on the website or at the ticket box office at Sydney’s Immersive Big Top from December 22.