Construction continues on a new nighttime spectacle in the lagoon at Universal Studios Florida. The existing platform has been dismantled.
Lagoon Construction at Universal Studios Florida
The lagoon at Universal Studios Florida remains partially drained as construction continues on the platform that will support the nighttime spectacle. Part of the platform has been removed.
The lagoon has been partially drained for some time to allow construction crews access to the deck, and construction begins on the new nighttime spectacular works.
Only a few feet of water were drained for work in the lagoon. You can tell how much the water level has dropped by looking at the rocks in the lagoon and the dirt on the dock posts.
The platform houses a mechanical system, including water screens and fountains, to create a night view of Universal Studios, Florida.
New Nighttime Spectacular Coming to Universal Studios, Florida
“Universal Orlando Film Festival’ closed its nearly five-year run in March to make way for new experiences. The show debuted in his 2018 as a follow-up to ‘Universal Cinematic Spectacular: 100 Years of Cinematic Memories’ and offers a visual spectacle with water projections, music, exclusive fireworks and footage from various popular film series. Offers. short term, A qualifying segment promoting the 2020 Olympics Broadcast on NBC in Tokyo.
Previous reports have seen workers working with various special effects equipment on the exposed deck at the last Cinematic Celebration Show, which used mostly water screens. As of this week, all of these equipment rows are completely gone, including all spouts. Most of the deck is now bare. Facilities may have been relocated for renovation or theme change. Otherwise, this new show may start with a clean slate.
No official start date or description for the new show has been announced, but it’s widely speculated that drones will play a major role in future Lagoon spectaculars to add even more bombastic flair. increase. Unlike Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando Resort is located directly in the city of Orlando, which limits excessive, loud, and bright fireworks at night.fact Universal is currently seeking a full-time Drone Operations Manager. seem to support this theory.
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