Show Fountain at The Island in Pigeon Forge to Debut New Year’s Eve
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OTL’s 12,000-square-foot show fountain at The Island in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. unveils Dec. 31 as part of the 300,000-square-foot retail center’s New Year’s Eve celebration. In addition to continuous fountain shows, New Years Eve at The Island will include a midnight ball drop and a fireworks display.
The grand opening of the state-of-the art, multi-tiered fountain will feature a stunning presentation of water dance and light, all perfectly choreographed to 14 pieces of music. While more than 89 vertical nozzles create lively movement and set the show’s pace, six motion-based nozzles create graceful water sprays that swirl to the music. Seemingly competing for attention, a geyser nozzle will shoot powerful bursts of water 60 feet in the air, creating drama and flair. Between shows, the organically shaped fountain will feature 50 feet of water gently falling over a two-foot high water break, creating a festive ambiance for guests ushering in 2014.
OTL began work on the fountain, its first in Tennessee, in August. It is OTL’s third animated, musical fountain to open in just more than a year.
About OTL OTL (otl-inc.com) is a worldwide industry leader that creates one-of-a-kind water features, rockwork and themed environments, with services ranging from design and preconstruction to construction and post construction. Markets include golf courses, casinos, resorts, theme parks, retail entertainment, zoos, aquariums, private estates, museums and public parks. OTL’s notable projects include dynamic fountains and organic water features at City Creek Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain at Grand Park in Los Angeles, Station Park in Farmington, Utah and multiple fountains at Tongva Park and Ken Genser Square in Santa Monica, California. For more information, visit otl-inc.com or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
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