Pops Goes Vegas
This show by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra honors the music, the celebrities, and the showgirls of Las Vegas, blending Liberace-style costuming and set decoration with a live symphony experience. The show premiered in June 2007, with an ongoing North American tour.
Enlighted created the lighted white tuxedo that is worn by the conductor. The jacket contains several hundred LEDs, with most of them being concentrated on the back because that side is more visible to the audience. The word VEGAS is written in block letters with about 60 closely-spaced red LEDs, and surrounded by a diamond of gold lights that flash in a sequential pattern. The cuffs of the arms are decorated with red and gold lights that flash in a flickering flame pattern. The remaining areas are filled in with a random star pattern of blue and white twinkling LEDs.