Miami’s immersive underwater wonderland, Hidden Worlds Entertainment Inc., will team up with The Islands of The Bahamas to present, “Our Ocean, Our Future,” an educational and entertaining marine journey to promote planet stewardship and bring awareness to ocean conservation. The riveting oceanic adventure will come to life February 15 to March 4, at Ampersand Studios in Miami.
Using the latest digital projection technology, 360-degree audio environments, and immersive fine-dining, Hidden Worlds showcases the wonders of the world’s ocean ecosystems. The “Our Ocean, Our World” experience will engage the senses through immersive art displays.
“Everyone is drawn in by the outward beauty of The Bahamas and in this case, we’re focusing on the ‘inner beauty,’ specifically their conservation efforts. The nation has been a leader in banning single use plastics and has always prioritized shark conservation,” said Daniel Hettwer, CEO of Hidden Worlds Entertainment. “Our charity partner, Beneath the Waves, has discovered the world’s largest seagrass meadow by studying tiger shark migration patterns. This area is estimated to be the world’s largest blue carbon sink benefitting all of humanity. It is unlikely that this discovery would have been made without shark conservation by The Bahamas.”
“Our Ocean, Our Future” will boast art installations by local and Bahamian artists, such as famed Bahamian muralist Angelika Wallace-Whitfield, and AI Art powerhouse Seyhan Lee, who will showcase an innovative coral experience. Check out a 360-degree photographic experience that allows guests to surround themselves in the deepest oceans and most majestic mangroves, while learning the impact they have on the world.
When guests work up an appetite, Hidden World’s Executive Chefs Scott Linquist and Kevyn Pratt will serve an immersive dining experience, complete with an ocean-positive, multi-course menu, inspired by the flavors of The Bahamas. Throughout the evening, a dinner will be orchestrated where the tables will come alive as the dishes, marine-themed cocktails by Bahamian mixologist Marv “Mr. Mix Cunningham” and projections will be synced together for a coordinated experience. Two seatings will be held Wednesday through Sunday, with limited capacity available. A vegan menu is also available upon request.
Daytime tickets are $19 for children aged 4 and older, and $29 for adults. Dinner experience tickets start at $240 per person. A percentage of ticket sales will benefit Beneath the Waves. Click here to purchase.