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'The Orion Experience'

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"The Orion Experience" blasts off from XL Nightclub in New York City, so get ready to board the space ship, you are about to be transported out of this world.

This high-energy immersive glam-rock show is the perfect way to start a night out on the town. You become part of the show and will dance the night away as parachutes cover you, led hula-hoops surround you and aerialists swing from above.

Before the show fans can visit the "cosmic carnival" to get their face painted, buy glow sticks and of course have a drink.

Expect the unexpected as performers immerse you not only on the stage but the dance floor and from above

The show runs Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at XL Nightclub near Times Square until September 1. Tickets are $45.

http://www.theorionexperience.com/

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