Light Ragaz presents a world premiere
The Light Ragaz light spectacle is back – from now until mid of October. Visitors can expect an absolute world first and a completely new show this summer. Tickets for the interactive sensory experience in the Tamina Gorge near Bad Ragaz are in great demand – it pays to book early.
Let go, immerse yourself, experience – Light Ragaz is back and takes visitors on an interactive light tour through the breathtaking natural scenery of the Tamina Gorge near Bad Ragaz. From now until mid of October 2021, the makers of the light spectacle will not only present a completely new show, but also an absolute world first in the field of light art. From 5 p.m., guests can travel comfortably on the bus from Bad Ragaz to the Tamina Gorge and back again. The Light Ragaz performances take place up to eight times a day and can be attended individually. The experience lasts a total of 2 hours and promises fun, games and emotions for young and old. Tickets for the light spectacle have been available in advance for a few weeks and are very much in demand. “It’s worth getting hold of a ticket early on,” says Ilmer.
An interactive experience for all the senses
Light Ragaz is known for the fascinating images on the up to 80-metre-high rock walls of the Tamina Gorge, creating one of the largest natural canvases for moving images in the world. Together with the artist collective Projektil from Zurich, Light Ragaz has reinvented itself for the 2021 season and created unique content. “Visitors can expect a completely new show this year – with excitement, fun and, above all, lots of interaction,” promises Rosa Ilmer, Managing Director at Light Ragaz AG. Light Ragaz will take visitors on a tour of around 1 km in length, which will include a total of eleven extraordinary light art installations. This interactive and at the same time fascinating world of lights enables visitors to experience the light art with all their senses. “Light Ragaz will inspire, touch and put a smile on people’s faces,” Ilmer promises.
New technologies from Sarganserland in use
The big highlight of this magical journey through the light-filled Tamina Gorge is an absolute world first. Thanks to state-of-the-art technology from the Sargans-based company ESPROS, the faces of the visitors are projected onto the brute rock walls of the Tamina Gorge in 3D effects. An experience that will amaze young and old alike. “We are extremely pleased to be able to set new standards in the field of light art with a regional company,” says Rosa Ilmer, describing the collaboration. One’s own face on an 80-metre-high rock face – that is truly beyond imagination.