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When one hears the word drip, you may not automatically think of a good thing.

Drip of a faucet.
A nose dripping.

But Central Florida’s DRIP, a new permanent performance art experience located on I-Drive is most definitely something to consider a good thing. Actually, in my opinion, it’s probably one of the coolest things to have ever come to Orlando. Seriously.


Entrance to DRIP


The set-up when guests first enter is pretty cool. Your hand gets stamped, and according to the location of the stamp will determine your location during the show. Mine, personally, was on my right hand, so I was located just to the right of the stage during the performance.



Getting the show started

As you can see, the audience is right up on the performers and are essentially part of the show. It’s very interactive.




This isn’t an exact representation of the show here in Orlando but it gives you a little idea about what the experience offers:

A few things to note:

  • You will get messy. Perhaps paint. Perhaps water or sand. There’s a chance you could even have beer thrown on you (is that a bad thing?).
  • It’s highly-interactive.
  • It’s a little loud. There is a live band, after all.
  • There are strobe lights used during the performance, if you have sensitivity to such things.

Me (Ashley) with the cast (amazing!)

I hope you’re intrigued, and will pay these guys a visit. Central Florida needs more creative/arts experiences like this.

Location deets:

8747 International Drive
Suite 102
Orlando, Fl 32819


You can view more of our photos on our Flickr stream. You can also Follow DRIP on Twitter to keep up with everything going on with the show.

NOTE: In the practice of full-disclosure, we were provided complimentary admission to this performance. We were not, however, asked to provide a review or this blog post.

Connector. Blogger. Tennis fan. Electronica obsessed. Eternally challenged optimist. Digital traveler. Social Media Manager. Lover of my City. #LoveOrlando


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