Fire and water light concerts will appear

Thomas Wilfred : inventor
Artist’s sketch of a nightly spectacle in which water, flame, color, and sound will be combined in almost incredible proportions. At the touch of a control, fountain jets and towers of flame 150 feet high will spring from hundreds of water nozzles and gas burners to form awe-inspiring designs.
“I confidently predict that a few years will place ‘light concerts’ beside symphony concerts, the opera and the movies. And every home will have a color organ, as every home now has a piano or a phonograph,” says Thomas Wilfred, inventor of the Clavilux light organ.

GREGORY BENFORD, Popular Mechanics, (2012), "The Future That Never Was: Pictures from the Past', [online], Available: