Shoshone Falls After Dark returns next month for a fantastic show. This show has been performed many times over the past few years and you won’t want to miss it.

Shoshone Falls After Dark Event Information

The show will take place May 5-8 in Shoshone Falls. Additional dates are expected to be announced later as drought conditions continue to be monitored. There was some debate about whether the water levels and lighting would work this year due to the low water levels. However, it was determined that the show would go on and be a little different this year.

Differences in this year Shoshone falls after dark

They have a lower water availability, but this year there is a newer and better LED model to further improve the color and vibrancy. The presenter teamed up with professional lighting crews to sync lights and music for the most stunning show yet.

Ticket information for upcoming shows

The sessions will take place on Thursday May 5, Friday May 6, Saturday May 7 and Sunday May 8 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tickets should go very quickly, so if you want to guarantee a spot, be sure to get them as soon as possible.

They continue to hope that this show can continue every year and more shows will be announced this year. Let’s hope for more water!

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