Guitar Hero Tunes Up for Two-Month Gig at Carnegie Science Center
Explore the science of video games on Saturday evenings playing Guitar Hero
PITTSBURGH, PA. – At 8 pm on Saturday, February 7, the amps will be turned up as Carnegie Science Center opens the Guitar Hero Electric Lounge, Pittsburgh’s only concert-quality venue where anyone can feel like a rock star.
Every Saturday evening in February and March, Carnegie Science Center will convert the fourth floor Works Theater into a rock concert venue as wanna-be rockers take the stage to compete in Guitar Hero World Tour®, the highly popular Activision video game. From 8 pm to midnight the Works Theater transforms into the Guitar Hero Electric Lounge featuring 8 giant screens, a concert-quality sound system, and lighting effects for a Guitar Hero experience unlike any other.
Science Center visitors also can explore the popular musical video game every Saturday from 5-7 pm in the same location during the Guitar Hero Jam Session, which is free with general admission. Starting at 8 pm, the Works Theater converts into the Guitar Hero Electric Lounge, where attendees can sign-up to play their favorite song from the game head-to-head against another guitarist. Tickets for the Electric Lounge are $8, or $5 for Carnegie Museums members. Visitors can add a laser show or Omnimax film for only $5 each.
In addition to playing the popular video game in a one-of-a-kind concert venue, visitors can learn about the science of video games, explore higher education and career opportunities, and discover local companies and universities involved in video game development.
For more information, please contact Mike Marcus, Carnegie Science Center Assistant Director of Marketing & Community Affairs at MarcusM@CarnegieScienceCenter.org or call at 412.237.1657.
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