The UK’s Only Full FIVE Sensory Music Experience
Shows every Friday (6:30 and 9:00pm) Saturday (1:00 and 3:30pm) and Sunday 3:30 and 6:30pm
LexTempus VLT-001 “The Greats” is a 90-minute full sensory experience that transports passengers to the defining eras of Black American music. A first of its kind, the digital time machine is a celebration and education of Black music that stimulates all five senses with live performance and state-of-the-art, immersive technology.
LexTempus combines live dancers with studio-quality audio, breath-taking visuals and bespoke cocktails from the venue’s mixologists. This is a unique night out and a chance to experience music in a whole new way. It’s the ultimate experience for music lovers.
LexTempus explores the evolution of Black music from 50's Jazz, 60's Soul and 70's Disco, of how political and social injustices of the time influenced artist such as Miles Davis, Nina Simone, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, Chic, Donna Summer and Diana Ross.
A unique immersive experience for music lovers
Unlike other walk-thru immersive experiences, LexTempus sits you centre-stage while the action happens around you. Through a carefully curated playlist, digitally immersive technology and live performance, LexTempus is a new way to experience music by stimulating all five senses. Visuals are brought to life by live contemporary dancers. Crystal-clear sound is amplified through a 34 speaker multi-plane hi-fi sound system by Pioneer Pro Audio, while Haptic 4D seating pulsates to the music. Customised scents replicate the aromas of each destination.
First class seating and cocktails
The immersive technology heightens the experience of each track and makes you appreciate the artists on a whole new level. Throughout the virtual journey, guests sit back and enjoy carefully curated cocktails from Aures’ mixologist team that pay homage to each era of the show.
"We developed LexTempus from our own love of music. The venue’s immersive technology heightens the experience of each track and makes you appreciate the artists on a whole new level"