By JAMES HOOD'S MESMERICA 360
NZ$19.80 – NZ$63.64
This family-friendly, mind-expanding projection experience is designed to relieve stress, and is suitable for all ages 6 years and above.
James Hood and Vortex Immersion Media Present:
This family-friendly, mind-expanding projection experience is designed to relieve stress, and is suitable for all ages 6 years and above. Come and leave your troubles at the door as we take you on a fantastic journey into awe-inspiring imaginary landscapes.
“I want 'Mesmerica' to inspire you into taking a journey with me inside the mind, to engage your senses and feelings with a miraculous alchemy of sound and light!” - James Hood
Mesmerica is a visual music journey that brings the mesmerizing music of Grammy-nominated composer and percussionist James Hood together with visually-hypnotic, 3D animated art curated from artists around the world, creating an immersive experience designed to transcend time, relax, soothe, and stimulate your mind and senses...
** A limited number of seats are available each performance, so to avoid disappointment please book your Mesmerica tickets early, especially if booking groups.**
"An amazing experience that I will never forget"
"Left me speechless...I've seen Mesmerica twice now [it] makes me feel full of love and life, optimism and relief. "
"Brought me to blissful tears..."
"The first time was life-changing! Seeing it again will be absolutely amazing!"
When selecting your tickets look for the ‘Enter promo code’ button at the top. Discounts apply to the entire basket.
MESMERICAFAMILY - 10% off for adults booking with children
MESMERICAGROUP - 10% off when booking 6 or more tickets
MESMERICASOUL - 10% off if you have seen Mesmerica before
James Hood is renowned as a vital and versatile musical pioneer - especially with his work on the PanART hang, a uniquely mesmeric melodic instrument, and for his collaborations with international animation artists.
His lengthy and varied musical resumé includes playing drums in The Pretenders, an ongoing two-decades-plus run as mastermind of the visionary ambient/electronica act Moodswings, and an expansive array of production and soundtrack projects.
20 minutes Before Showtimes - Doors Open for Check In
10 minutes Before Showtime - VIP Guests Early Access to venue
5 minutes Before Showtime - General Admission Seating starts
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Each Mesmerica show is approximately 1 hour.
PLEASE PLAN TO ARRIVE ON TIME AS, DUE TO DARKNESS IN THE THEATRE AND SAFETY CONCERNS, THERE WILL BE NO LATE SEATING AFTER THE SHOW STARTS.
Food and soft drinks will be available to purchase.
The Otago Museum shares the natural, cultural and scientific stories of Otago, Aotearoa New Zealand and the world.
The Museum has been collecting objects for over 150 years (although many of the items in their collection are far older) and includes over 1.5 million objects, which come from around the globe to tell visitors more about the world – from Dunedin to deep space, from millions of years ago to envelope-pushing research – through galleries, exhibitions, displays, tours and talks.
The Perpetual Guardian Planetarium, located in the Beautiful Science Gallery - the world’s first laser-activated, interactive digital gallery - boasts a 360° immersive theatre experience with daily shows suitable for the whole family.
Galleries and exhibitions are accessible by wheelchair and pram.
To find out more about the current exhibitions and events at Otago Museum, please visit their website
10am – 5pm daily, closed Christmas Day
9am – 4pm daily, closed Christmas Day
9am – 5pm daily, closed Christmas Day
Entry to the Museum and the galleries is free. Ticketed experiences include the Tūhura Otago Community Trust Science Centre, and the Perpetual Guardian Planetarium.
On occasion, the Museum may charge a fee for a programme, event or exhibition; this will be clearly advertised. Donations are welcome.
Metered street parking is available around the Museum from $2/hour.
Bus stops are located on Albany Street, at the edge of the Museum Reserve. Information on timetables and routes can be found at the Otago Regional Council website.