Since last Saturday, the Buenos Aires City Planetarium Galileo Galilei (located in the woods of Palermo neighborhood) offers a marvelous 360 show: Buenos Aires city images in the full dome with Astor Piazzolla music interpreted by his grandson and his band “Escalandrum”. The name of the event is “Tango 360, Buenos Aires and the love as you’ve never seen them before”. Hostel Colonial tells you all about this great spectacle.
The show lasts 26 minutes and tells a story of passion and dance with Buenos Aires as a marvelous setting. The soundtrack is “The Four Season of Buenos Aires” of Astor Piazzolla, one of our greatest tango composers of all times. The original script was written by Rodolfo Rabanal, winner of the Literature City Award.
The process of shooting of this piece involves 4K shoots and high complexity animations to develop a great work of “immersive cinema”, as this genre is known. You can enjoy the show from Tuesdays to Fridays at 5PM and Saturdays and Sundays at 7.30PM. The tickets cost 50 Argentine pesos (around 10 USD). The City Planetarium is located on Sarmiento Ave and Belisario Roldán St. in Palermo neighborhood.