Creative City Project announce events for 2022-3023 season in Orlando | Things to Do | Orlando

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Airplay, portion of Inventive City Project’s new period

Fresh new off their “The Time” collaboration with the Orlando Philharmonic, Imaginative Metropolis Job has declared their 2022-2023 year of arts activities and immersive installations in Orlando. And there is the two previous favorites and new undertakings in the mix.

Now-common gatherings like Re:Cost and Stunning Nights are joined by Anthology, Airplay and Neverland in this new year by Resourceful Metropolis Project.

Aug, 19-21
Anthology
Writers telling their stories, augmented with reside jazz new music and customized cocktails themed about the event.

Oct. 1-30
Airplay
The Senoff Arts Plaza lawn in entrance of the Dr. Phillips Center becomes an immersive wonderland of inflatable architecture, mock gardens and temper lighting.

Nov. 25-Jan. 1
Dazzling Nights
Interactive getaway-themed phantasmagoria of lights, sights and sounds that change Leu Gardens into a seasonal delight.

Jan.-March 2023
Neverland: The Shed Adventure
In the spirit of Down the Rabbit Gap, Leu Gardens becomes a theatrical recreation of the mythology of Peter Pan brought to immersive lifestyle.

April 7-16, 2023
Re:Demand
A blend of ambient music and a calming location for you to just lie down, drift off  and — yes — recharge.

And irrespective of some speculation and fret final 12 months, the Immerse downtown Orlando takeover will return later in 2023. “As we navigate the 2022-2023 season, the party known as Immerse will be put on pause and brought back through our 2023-2024 season, in order to make place for Airplay in 2022,” said Imaginative City Undertaking Govt Director Heide Evans in a push assertion.


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