Taipei, Yehliu Geopark on Taiwan's north coast, known for its unique geological formations, will host light shows and music for a second year starting April 19, allowing tourists to see its landmark rock formation, the Queen's Head, at night, according to the North Coast and Guanyinshan National Scenic Area Administration (NCGNSAA) website.
The light projection show, titled "A Nighttime Visit to Queen's Head," will be accompanied with sound effects and will be held April 19, 2126 and 28 at the geopark, running every 30 minutes between 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m.
During those periods, three light projection areas, titled "Encounters," "A World of Fun" and "Protection," respectively, will be presented by music producer Tsai Hsufeng and lighting designer Cheng Hsiaohsien according to the website.
Music concerts are also to be held April 20 and April 27, and will feature musicians and singers, including renowned cellist Chang Chengchieh the Taipei Chanson Chamber Orchestra, Music between the Notes, and Christine Hsu
Tickets for the light show and concert can be purchased by phone or online, or onsite at the geopark on the day of the event.
Tickets will be limited to 700 people per day, according to the Tourism Bureau.
Similar light projection shows were held at the geopark for the first time in April last year.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel