Join Fairgrounds St. Pete as we launch our second annual Pride Immersive Experience with a mesmerizing display of cosmic colors surrounded by the works of over 70 local and international artists!
“We are proud to provide a space that celebrates diversity and offers a truly immersive experience for guests,” said Olivia Mansion, CMO and co-founder, “This installation serves as a testament to the power of art to inspire and connect people, and we are thrilled to share it with Tampa Bay.”
The experience features four of Fairgrounds St. Pete’s signature installations transformed by rainbows in honor of Pride month – available ONLY for the month of June.
This annual experience celebrates the beauty of diversity and love through activations created by Fairgrounds St. Pete’s internal art and technology team, and can be enjoyed by local guests, families and tourists alike.
“Fairgrounds St. Pete features a diverse set of materials, media and practices that likewise reflect our diverse and thriving community,” said Mikhail Mansion, CTO and Co-Founder, “The Pride Immersive Experience is about celebrating all that diversity through color and light.”
Focusing on creativity and innovation, this year’s installation boasts an array of technological creations crafted by Fairgrounds St. Pete’s internal art and technology team. At the heart of the exhibition lies the “Everglades Arena,” where 288 radiant rain lights illuminate the space. Some of the other immersive installations guests can expect include: 11,000 pixels of rainbow colors encased in fifty-three light pipes, over 255 feet of fiber optic lights, and 82 LED light bulbs hacked and programmed to sync together in rainbow patterns.
“Fairgrounds St. Pete’s mission statement is ‘Art for All, Play for All, Joy for All’ and we have created a truly joyful experience for Pride month by adding rainbow overlays to several of our anchor installations,” said Liz Dimmitt, CEO and co-founder, “Our team has worked hard on this technicolor transformation of the space for the month of June that reflects the pride we have for our diverse and colorful city.”