- Nov 24, 2009
I have to say illumiNights 2011 what a big hit and the improvement was amazing. Any ideas, hopes, dreams to bring next year? Anything you hate? Anything you love to death?
I saw fireworks last year and this year that did exactly that. They play at least four different tracks that represent the four different "shows." Then the colors and fireworks go with those shows. I'm not sure what they're missing there.DoctorMoneyMD said:4 - The fireworks could be improved without much of a fuss. Basically, just change the soundtrack so that you have a bit of music representing each of the various countries in the park, and you blast fireworks in colors/styles that loosely correspond to the country that's playing on the soundtrack. It doesn't have to be anything crazy...just some sort of theme is all.
Yeah, they played little snippets of the Illuminghts soundtrack for each country's show during the fireworks and the display highlighted the corresponding color palate.ivybrit said:the illuminights fireworks did exactly that....it went ireland, france, germany then italy....next time open your ears and listen....the music cues were right with the fireworks and you could tell quite easily which country they were corresponding to. *rolls eyes
However, the cost of nightly fireworks could easily cover a major RPT show...DoctorMoneyMD said:That said, I'll say I absolutely agree that I'd rather have one "Imaginique" in the evenings to look forward to than 5 or 6 smaller things. BUT...I don't think the budgets of all the little shows combined could even scratch the surface of a major RPT show, and so maybe that's why they do it the way they do.
If nothing else, keep the fireworks. People love fireworks.
1 - Do you think? As I understood it, Neil Goldberg's show was VERY expensive, and the expense is what caused them to stop renewing it.Haberdasher1973 said:However, the cost of nightly fireworks could easily cover a major RPT show...
pandorazboxx said:The fireworks part is nice, but it seems as though the GP could care less about the shows. I wanted to see some of the shows and it seemed more like if people were in the area they would stop, but no one was really all about gathering to see the shows, especially the one in France. Now the one in Italy, a lot of people were at that one.