Friday, September 29, 2017
Scenes From "Lovefest" At Inspire Space Park
Inspire Space Park, located high above the Shinda sim at (33/218/1560), is one of those "must see" places in Second Life that has been around for over a decade. Hardly a realistic depiction of space, it's more like a dream or fantasy brought to life, or rather virtual life, in the form of an asteroid field you can watch the planets, stars, and other cosmic objects float by, or perhaps float in space among them yourself.. The following description in the Destination Guide probably sums it up best.
Meditate in a cosmic sci-fi ambient natural space galaxy. Relax to psychedelic, inspiring chill tunes while you fly through the stars and hug the universe at Inspire Space Park. ISP was recently updated with new park areas, hidden caves to explore, an emporium with spacey themed merchandise and more!
While the place is always worth stopping by, on Thursday September 14 there was a reason that made it better. The park was having a twelve hour "Lovefest" with music and particle shows.
Inspire Space Park is one of SL's longest running hangouts and the centre for a great community of people. They are a having a fundraiser event Thursday Sept 14 from 11am to 10pm.
For me, it was a chance to head back to this classic location that I hadn't visited for a while.
And the show I saw was spectacular.
Some people were dancing to the music that was being played. One had "Dreamer" over her head, which was the name of the group a few of the people had highlighted.
DJ Grafx provided the tunes for the event. I didn't see who was doing the light show.
Some there had dressed themselves fancy for the occasion.
The light show continued for a while, the crowd continuing to "Ooooooo" and "Ahhhhhhh,"
A view of high above the park.
Now this part of the show fit the name.
Eventually, it was time for me to go. I enjoyed the show while I was able to be there.
When the next light show at Inspired Space Park will be remains to be known. But it's still a nice place to just drop by and visit when the place is it's usual space dream brought to life.