The Stone Mountain Lasershow Spectacular is a not-to-be-missed Atlanta tradition that will wow your family with state-of-the-art digital graphics and awe-inspiring effects. The Lasershow features lights, iconic music, lasers, epic fireworks, choreographed drone flights, and flame cannons. Plus, North America's largest fire wheel will dazzle you with an array of colorful flames and sparks as it spins!
Drone and fire wheel effects will not be present in the 10/12 or 10/19 shows. Additional effects may be canceled due to winds and unfavorable weather.
2019 Lasershow Dates
- Daily during Spring FUN Break, Mar. 30 - Apr. 6
- Saturdays only Apr. 13 - May 18
- Daily from Memorial Day Weekend - Aug. 3
- Saturdays only Aug. 10 - Aug. 24
- Daily during Labor Day Weekend, Aug. 31 - Sept. 2
- Saturdays only Sept. 7 - Oct. 19
Please check our Operating Calendar prior to visiting
Check out Reserved Terrace Seating
Reserved seating for the Lasershow Spectacular and fireworks is available on several Terraces along Memorial Lawn and includes a reserved seat, unlimited popcorn, and an ice-cold bottled soft drink and more to enjoy during the show!
Stone Mountain Lasershow History
The Stone Mountain Lasershow Spectacular debuted in 1983 on the world’s largest screen, the 825-foot-tall granite outcropping.
In 2008, for the 25th anniversary, the sound system and pyrotechnics for the Lasershow were amped up. The music selections were also diversified to match the increasingly diverse audience.
Innovative when the show launched, the lasers, over time, began to look elementary. In 2011, Mountainvision was launched employing state-of-the-art digital video projection to give the show 3-D-like effects without the need for 3-D glasses. Video opened up a dramatic difference and allowed for new options that the lasers weren’t capable of. Mountainvision can do things like, turn Stone Mountain into a Volcano spewing lava down its sides or the rock crumble right before your eyes. The projection is five times the size of an IMAX screen and taller than the Statue of Liberty! It’s like watching a 5,500-inch high definition TV.