URBAN-15’s Holiday Laser Show

Looking for info on how to reserve tickets to our FREE public performance of the 2019 Holiday Laser Show? CLICK HERE!

Looking for info on student concerts and how to reserve tickets for your school or community center? Read on:

2019 marks the 16th annual Holiday Laser Show, a high impact STEAMM (science, technology, engineering, art, math, and music) spectacular which features choreographed laser beams, animation and light effects performed to holiday music favorites.

On September 3, 2019, The URBAN-15 Group will begin accepting reservations from K-12 schools throughout Bexar County, as well as youth and special needs-serving non-profits, for our four free student showings of the 2019 Holiday Laser Show.

All shows take place at the beautiful Edgewood Theatre of Performing Arts
(402 Lance St, San Antonio, TX 78237) on the following days/times:

  • Monday, December 2nd at 9:00am – All Bexar County
  • Monday, December 2nd at 10:30am- All Bexar County – SOLD OUT!
  • Monday, December 2nd at 12pm- All Bexar County – SOLD OUT!
  • Tuesday, December 3rd at 9:00am – Edgewood ISD only
  • Tuesday, December 3rd at 10:30am – All Bexar County – SOLD OUT!
  • Tuesday, December 3rd at 12pm- All Bexar County – SOLD OUT!

Admission to student shows is free, but all schools will need to arrange their
own transportation.

To reserve a spot for your school, call URBAN-15 Studio at 210-736-1500 or email events@urban15.org with the following information:

  • School name, address, and phone number
  • Principal’s name and email
  • Point of contact’s name, email, and direct (not school) phone number
  • Date & time desired
  • Number of attendees (students + teachers + any parent volunteers).

Schools can reserve up to 150 tickets, with additional tickets possible with confirmation of transportation after October 14th.
Reservations will be taken Tuesday, Sept 3 – Fri, Nov 1, 2019.

While the Holiday Laser Show presents an entertaining array of light, color, and sound, there are also numerous scientific and mathematical principles involved in creating this spectacle. For schools interested in supplemental materials that highlight links between science, math, and the arts via concepts such as refraction, reflection, angles, symmetry, magnification, and others, CLICK HERE.  Many schools have also used the show as an incentive for attendance.

The Holiday Laser Show is a collaborative work of laser artist Tim Walsh and composer George Cisneros, who have worked together on projects all around the United States, including Cincinnati, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Waco and Austin. Other notable presentations include the opening ceremonies of the Texas Sesquicentennial in 1986 at the State Capitol; the World Empathy Conference in Guadalajara, Mexico; and the 2008-2012 LUMINARIA celebrations in San Antonio.

For more information please call our studio at (210) 736-1500 or email events@urban15.org.

For more information on laser artist Tim Walsh, please visit his website here.