New England Synth Fest returns June 29, 2023 to Boston Planetarium

The Museum of Science Boston has teamed up with New England Synth Fest for live synthesizer performances at the Charles Hayden Planetarium for a June 29 event.

What they say about it:

“After a year of sold-out performances, the Museum teams up with New England Synth Fest for another incredible fusion of live synthesizer performances that take over the Charles Hayden Planetarium for one night only this summer! Experience some of New England’s best synth musicians and visualizers like never before in the immersive fulldome environment of the Planetarium, featuring a brand-new lineup of performers and lobby exhibitors.

New England Synthesizer Festival is a loose-knit inclusive community of synthesizer hardware and music enthusiasts. Since 2004, they have been supporting exhibitions, meet-ups, performances, and education, and our interests include every technology, niche, and musical style related to synthesizers. Their events welcome performers, fans, builders, collectors, professionals, hobbyists, artists, and engineers, with experience from beginner to expert.”

The event will feature performances in the Planetarium by Mute City with visuals by Anagram, TotoRobyn with visuals by Jame Coyne, and Ryan Campos. There will be performances on the Lobby Stage by Anda Volley, Ralphykeys, and Odie DeSmith. In addition, there will exhibitors in the Museum Lobby before and after the show.

Tickets for the event are $15 and available for purchase via the event website.

via Kent Lundberg


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