Igniting All Senses

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Operation Glow uses a number of physical effects, special effects, intense visuals, and powerful sound to achieve the novel Operation Glow experience. The type and intensity of the experience varies, as decided by your event organizer – contact them with questions.

Depending on your organizer’s policies, an ID, wristband, or ticket may be necessary. Make sure you are able to secure these items on your person. If the ticket is on your phone, we recommend printing it out – do not bring electronics.

If you wear contacts, we recommend you bring and utilize goggles for protection. 

DO NOT BRING electronics including cell phones and cameras. There may be a designated ‘no effect’ zone – contact your organizer to find out. Cherished and  valuable personal property are prohibited. 

For glow missions wear white to GLOW, and for dark missions, wear black! For any experiences that contain physical effects such as paint, foam, powder, etc., you should plan to wash it immediately after the experience. 

Keep in mind: Sometimes it gets really warm with a lot of people indoors, or possibly really cold if held outdoors during cold months. Plan accordingly! 

Operation Glow uses physical effects to decorate and engage an entire audience. These effects can range from Glow Paint, Glow Foam, Glow Snow, Glow Powder, and so much more. Physical effects are generally released from the stage without notice, immersing your body and property to a very unique experience – plan accordingly. 

Here are the manufacturer SDSs:

We recommended forgoing this event. Even if there are no strobes at the event, flashing colored lights will still be present.

Glowers in the front row will be significantly covered in physical effects. WARNING, buckets of effect(s) may come for the front row!

After an experience with physical effect(s), for best removal, you should wash your clothes with warm water within 7 hours from the experience. You should also wash yourself after the event to dispose of any effects on your body. 

Some of our experiences require Ambassadors to help out, as designated by the organizer. Should you be an Ambassador, you will be informed of your duty by the organizer. Some Ambassadors get tapped to help disperse physical effects (also known as VIP) while others help to remove protective materials from the space. 

Contact the organizer to see if they have your item. Anything we find, we give it to them.

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