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Visiting the Sudekum Planetarium is a great way to experience the universe, but there is much more to explore than can be included in any single planetarium show. In fact, we can’t fit all of our programming into the regular Science Center hours so we offer a few different avenues for our audience to get the chance to see different programs, learn more about the night sky, and more!

Visit the links below to learn more about our After-Hours programming!


Join us in the Sudeum Planetarium on the second Saturday of each month for a full lineup of programs from 6 to 11 p.m.! Start out your evening with an immersive, artistic experience with Dome Club Nashville, stick around for a tour of the night sky you can see in your own backyard with Skies Over Nashville, and close out your evening watching brilliant lasers, millions of stars and fulldome digital effects perform to music of all genres!

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domeclub-email-bannerWhat happens when art and music collide in a 360-degree planetarium environment? Experience the sensory thrill for yourself during our monthly Dome Club Nashville presentations in the Sudekum Planetarium. Forget what you know about big screen formats – from a maze of fractals to the expanse of space-time, it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen or heard!

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A truly unique experience awaits audiences at the Sudekum Planetarium on Saturday nights this summer, beginning June 6. Embark on a musical journey to the cosmos with summer Laser Shows. Take a seat under our 63-foot dome and prepare to be immersed in sound as you watch brilliant lasers, millions of stars and fulldome digital effects perform to everything from the Beach Boys to Pharrell Williams to Johnny Cash and more!

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Star Parties are a great way to become acquainted with the real night sky, with the help of astronomy enthusiasts from all around the area. To minimize the effects of light pollution, star parties are usually held at local parks away from downtown. Sometimes, though, local astronomy enthusiasts set up their telescopes right in front of Adventure Science Center for a look at brighter objects such as the Moon and planets. Free and open to the public. Presented by the Barnard-Seyfert Astronomical Society.

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