A series of events involving rapid changes in light intensity and colour.
A technique of presenting a historical spectacle, esp. at night before a monument, etc., using special lighting effects and live or recorded narration, music, etc.
A theatrical entertainment presented at night in a historic, usually outdoor setting, using recorded sound, lighting, and other effects to relate the history of the place.
Find another word for light-show. In this page you can discover 6 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for light-show, like: shifting scene, play of light, phantasmagoria, son-et-lumiere, sound-and-light show and irisation.