FARMINGTON — Station Park open-air shopping center on June 15 will unveil a show fountain with choreographed lights, music, color and 30- to 60-foot high dancing waters.
Station Park, located near the intersection of I-15, Highway 89, FrontRunner and Legacy Parkway, will also reveal and dedicate six fine-art bronze statues, created by nationally recognized sculptor Brian Keith.
The multimillion-dollar, 5,000-square-foot show fountain was developed by Lifescapes International, the landscape architectural design firm that created the gardens and fountains at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas. The Station Park show fountain was designed, choreographed and constructed by Outside the Lines.
The water show will take place every hour, rotating songs from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to midnight on weekends. The state-of-the-art fountain features a waterfall that flows into a lower pool.
“We’re thrilled to be able to create a gathering place of this caliber in Farmington,” said Fred Bruning, CEO of CenterCal Properties LLC, owner of he open-air shopping center.
For more information about grand opening events for stores and retailers visit www.shopatstationpark.com and Station Park on Facebook.
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