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LASER LIGHT SPECTACULAR DAZZLES MEADOW BROOK MUSIC FESTIVAL

 DETROIT, Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- A dazzling laser and special effects spectacular, set to the music of Broadway's biggest productions, will entertain audiences at the AT&T Meadow Brook Music Festival on Friday, Aug. 27, and Saturday, Aug. 28, at 8:30 p.m. This year's show will feature the music of "Cats," "Phantom of the Opera," "Tommy," "Les Miserables," "West Side Story" and more.
 Image Engineering, a world leader in laser entertainment, will return for its 11th season and accompany the orchestra at Meadow Brook's largest laser production to date. Image Engineering will utilize large- scale laser projection systems, coupled to advanced computer systems to sync animation and atmospheric effects to the music.
 The show will feature:
 -- Laser pyro exploding to the beat
 -- Laser beams and fans piercing the night
 -- Surreal graphics projected on the screens
 As the foremost producer of laser events for the arts, Image Engineering features lasers regularly with orchestras around the U.S., such as the Buffalo Philharmonic, Rhode Island Symphony, and the Louisville Orchestra. The lasers also were featured during the re-dedication celebration of the Statue of Liberty, the closing ceremony of the 1988 Olympics and most recently, are a featured attraction in the Little Mermaid show at Disney's MGM Studios.
 The public is invited to experience the magic of music and light. Tickets are $22.50 pavilion, $12.50 lawn, and are on sale now at the Meadow Brook box office and all Ticketmaster outlets. Charge by phone at 313-645-6666.
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 /CONTACT: Jeff Elwood of Brass Ring Productions, 313-953-3300/


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