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The Architects of Air

October 18-27, 2019

Awaken to wonder. Book your ticket today!

Your “General Admission PLUS Experiences” or higher ticket grants you admission to IMMERSE 2019, The Architects of Air, and The Worlds of Corkcicle photo experience.


Discover the world of the Architects of Air

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Accessible with a “General Admission PLUS Experiences” ticket or higher.

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Also included in your “General Admission PLUS Experiences” or higher ticket :

The Worlds of Corkcicle

12 immersive photo environments in 8 shipping containers.


Where : Dr. Phillips Center Lawn, Downtown Orlando

When : October 18-19 (During IMMERSE) through Oct 27.


More ticketing info for IMMERSE 2019 and The Architects of air.

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Also at IMMERSE 2019…

Blue Man Group, Diavolo, Orlando Ballet, Orlando Philharmonic, and hundreds more experiences and performers.

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IMMERSE 2019 : October 18-19, 2019
1,000 artists
70,000 guests
Downtown Orlando


Unique experience with incredible artists

The Orlando Ballet performs excerpts from Swan Lake (photo : Charles Schuett)

The Orlando Ballet performs excerpts from Swan Lake (photo : Charles Schuett)

The Orlando Philharmonic performance "Fanfare for Orlando" by local composer, Keith Lay(photo : Vine and Light Photography)

The Orlando Philharmonic performance "Fanfare for Orlando" by local composer, Keith Lay(photo : Vine and Light Photography)

The Orlando Philharmonic performance "Fanfare for Orlando" by local composer, Keith Lay (photo : David Lawrence)

The Orlando Philharmonic performance "Fanfare for Orlando" by local composer, Keith Lay (photo : David Lawrence)

The Immersive Orchestral Experience with the Central Florida Community Arts Orchestra (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

The Immersive Orchestral Experience with the Central Florida Community Arts Orchestra (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

DRIP performance with colored smoke and light (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

DRIP performance with colored smoke and light (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Cultural performances from around the world

Brazilian Capoeira (photo : Charles Schuett)

Brazilian Capoeira (photo : Charles Schuett)

(photo : David Lawrence)

(photo : David Lawrence)

Cultural dance (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Cultural dance (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Performances from across Latin America (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Performances from across Latin America (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

More unique arts encounters than ever before

"Dear Citizen O" was a large post office installation. Guests were invited to write a letter, drop it in the mail slot, and then take a letter written by another guest from one of the mailboxes.

Letter writers submitting their letters (photo : Charles Schuett)

Letter writers submitting their letters (photo : Charles Schuett)

After submitting a letter, participants opened one of dozens of mailboxes to receive one to open (photo : Charles Schuett)

After submitting a letter, participants opened one of dozens of mailboxes to receive one to open (photo : Charles Schuett)

Letter recipients opening their letters (photo : Charles Schuett)

Letter recipients opening their letters (photo : Charles Schuett)

A letter recipient (photo : Jacob Dempsey)

A letter recipient (photo : Jacob Dempsey)

Other projection, visual art, and interactive installations were spread throughout the IMMERSE footprint. 

Interactive visual art installation by Jeff Ferre (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Interactive visual art installation by Jeff Ferre (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Playground City created place-based learning engagements for kids and families through an over-arching narrative (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Playground City created place-based learning engagements for kids and families through an over-arching narrative (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Platforming a new generation of performers

Hip-Hop artist, Jaden Froze (photo : Charles Schuett)

Hip-Hop artist, Jaden Froze (photo : Charles Schuett)

The Dr. Phillips Center "Docs and Dellas" (photo : Charles Schuett)

The Dr. Phillips Center "Docs and Dellas" (photo : Charles Schuett)

A diversity of arts offerings – from hip-hop to classical, break dance to ballet

The Lake Mary High School Step Team (photo : Charles Schuett)

The Lake Mary High School Step Team (photo : Charles Schuett)

Opera from Opera Orlando (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Opera from Opera Orlando (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

The Red Bull BC One B Boys (photo : Michael Alfonso)

The Red Bull BC One B Boys (photo : Michael Alfonso)

A ballet performance from Aretuza's Ballerina Project (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

A ballet performance from Aretuza's Ballerina Project (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

The Mood Designers brought a high energy performance with DJ, live drums, sound, lights, and projection (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

The Mood Designers brought a high energy performance with DJ, live drums, sound, lights, and projection (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

The Red Bull BC One Bboys.

The Red Bull BC One Bboys.

A heightened guest experience

The IMMERSE 2017 app allowed guests to view performances, times, and locations. They could then "favorite" acts they wanted to see and plan their trip in advance (photo : Charles Schuett)

The IMMERSE 2017 app allowed guests to view performances, times, and locations. They could then "favorite" acts they wanted to see and plan their trip in advance (photo : Charles Schuett)

Digital wayfinding signs helped audience members navigate the event throughout the night (photo : Charles Schuett)

Digital wayfinding signs helped audience members navigate the event throughout the night (photo : Charles Schuett)

An amazing team of volunteers to help facilitate a fantastic guest experience (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

An amazing team of volunteers to help facilitate a fantastic guest experience (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

(photo : Vine and Light Photography)

(photo : Vine and Light Photography)

Our collaboration with The Dinner Party Project featured a 4-course meal and exclusive performances (photo : Charles Schuett)

Our collaboration with The Dinner Party Project featured a 4-course meal and exclusive performances (photo : Charles Schuett)

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Art-centric brand engagements that added value to our guests

Our 2017 presenting sponsor, the Orlando Magic, was present throughout the event with unique, large scale installations and performances. Here, 16 members of their Rhythm and Blue Drum Line perform atop a 46' scaffolding structure (photo : Charles Schuett)

Our 2017 presenting sponsor, the Orlando Magic, was present throughout the event with unique, large scale installations and performances. Here, 16 members of their Rhythm and Blue Drum Line perform atop a 46' scaffolding structure (photo : Charles Schuett)

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Stage sponsors were featured throughout the event footprint (photo : Charles Schuett)

Stage sponsors were featured throughout the event footprint (photo : Charles Schuett)

The EA Sports Stage (photo : Charles Schuett)

The EA Sports Stage (photo : Charles Schuett)

A three-story immersive projection installation sponsored by Siemens (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

A three-story immersive projection installation sponsored by Siemens (photo : Vine and Light Photography)

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Inside the projection installation (photo : Luis Diaz)

Inside the projection installation (photo : Luis Diaz)

Inspiring our largest, most diverse audience yet!

The audience experiences the drum line performance (photo : Charles Schuett)

The audience experiences the drum line performance (photo : Charles Schuett)

A huge crowd along Orange Ave (photo : Charles Schuett)

A huge crowd along Orange Ave (photo : Charles Schuett)

Something for everyone means a huge diversity of guests (photo : Charles Schuett)

Something for everyone means a huge diversity of guests (photo : Charles Schuett)

Thanks to our IMMERSE Partners!