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'World of Color' Makes a Splash on Disney Hall

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Disney's World of Color is a water show that blends animation, light effects and a water show that dazzle audiences at their California Adventure theme park. This summer they took the show on the road to 4 Californian cities, and this week the stop was right here in Los Angeles, and the venue a very fitting Disney Hall.

Some photos of the event made their way into our LAist Featured Photos pool thanks to attendee calvinfleming, and blogging.la shared their experience of accidentally encountering the spectacle on Thursday night: "The front face of [Disney Hall] was alive with colors and stars that moved through the galaxies, then crazy patterns of colors. [...] Awestruck, I watched as the building was bathed in an array of sound and cool visuals. Some from Fantasia, some seemingly from other random visual art. This went on for 10 minutes or so and then ended."

Alas, the chance to see this unique show ended, too, but the photos show that a structure that is visually stunning on a daily basis can become even more visually stunning with some engineering and artistry.